reply to post by Skeptical Ed
I don't identify them visually as being F-117's. Using logic, much less.
The F-117 is a bomber, thus, it doesn't attack directly, they fly high and drop their bombs over the target (buildings or something like a tank).
They don't use missiles since missiles have to be launched from a static position, they can't be dropped and start, they can't stabilize that much
(missiles travel at supersonic speeds, the start punch is quite strong). Since the F-117 only takes ammo inside the fuselage, it doesn't even make
sense that they would use it, because they can't attack.
For survaillance... The F-117 could take better pictures from above...you can't make good images flying like that.
Again, visually, it's impossible
that they were F-117's.
They don't look like F-117's.
They don't sound like F-117's. Stealth bombers (F-117 and the B-2) have silencers in their engine. Meaning, they don't make much noise, ESPECIALLY
when approaching. That alone rulles them out. And the sound they actually make is very "quiet", if you know what I mean. Not loud and
And even if you believe F-117's are in that video......they aren't.
The F-117 has a weird shape, and because of that it's impossible to fly without the computer aids.
Even with the computer helping out the calculations of the flaps and all that, it is difficult to fly, and the maneuvers it can make aren't
very...."exotic". You won't see any F-117 flipping around and making wild twists.
If I have a VERY HARD time believing the jets in the movie are real, and to me they look like F-18's, because their maneuvers are stupid
don't behave like that), I can assure you it's impossible to be F-117's. They can't maneuver like that. It's impossible
People simple can't wrap their minds around this:
Fighters have maneuver protocols. They don't "dogfight" like they want to. They actually study all the famous dogfights of all time before even
attempting to dogfight (thus the Top Gun school, lol).
They have maneuvers, and they know how to move around targets.
One thing they don't
do is approaching a target directly that close. They don't
Even if they are attacking a boat, they have angles of attack (for optimal ammunition use), weapon locking systems, and all this goes in order and HAS
to be done correctly. They can't improvise.
That's why you see the military on the ground giving coordinates and aiming with lasers to the target.
And to air-targets that gets even harder, because they must have a steady lock-on, and that takes time and correct angle (usually horizontal).
If they choose to use the gun in the fighter, they don't make this stupid approaches.
Some of this planes use uranium shells as ammo. And they are BIG, and make BIG impact explosions/holes.
That means a lot of debris will jump from the target. A bird going into an engine can (Hudson river anyone?) take a aircraft down, a so called
"bird-strike". Can you imagine what a piece of an super-hyper-strong alien UFO could do inside a engine?
And what if the UFO has some techology that if explodes causes a huge explosion. Do people honestly believe they are going to fly-by that close to a
target they are attacking risking blowing themselfs up?
People around here need to start to use their logic in this cases.
And if they weren't attacking the object... Well... Survaillance is made from a certain distance with target cameras... They don't fly-by fast, and
miss all the details.
THINK people... THINK. (not adressing you Ed. lol)