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Originally posted by darthlung1
The fighters are F15 Eagles for sure.
Originally posted by RoofMonkey
reply to post by darthlung1
Oh I'll definitely agree with that... satellite photo analysis is not what it was designed for. But the profile fit may be in error. The picture is just not clear enough, and from what we can see the vertical stabilizers seem to be canted at an angle with no horizontal stabilizers, this would be uncharacteristic of an F-15. More like that of an advanced UAV or F-22/F-35. Of these three, the UAV is in the right size category.
Pretty much all military airfields capable of landing manned aircraft have an FAA designator, even if civilian traffic is not allowed.
Are good examples. This site is slap dab in the middle of an MOA restriction area, and usualy the only things you see there are training areas and test sites. Again, fitting with the UAV theory.
Originally posted by starwarp2000
reply to post by BlasteR
Yep same info, I got
FAA REGISTRY Tail Number: N959BP
Gotta pay for service records, although I don't think i will get them
No History Data (searched last 4 months)
Aircraft Boeing 737-700 (twin-jet) (B737/W - track or photos)
Origin Kelowna Int'l (CYLW / YLW - track or info)
Destination Anchorage Intl (PANC - track or info)
Date Tuesday, Sep 23, 2008
Duration 2 hours 41 minutes