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Originally posted by spikedmilk
Very nice! In the bottom pic theres a lamp post. Is there a way we can try to size this thing?
Originally posted by refuse_orders
It looks to me very much how i imagine the FB-22 in flight would look from that angle. Anyone else think so? Heres a diagram and info page on the FB-22.
Originally posted by intelgurl
Chadwickus and Arbitrageur have presented the best possibilities.
What lends validity as well as intrigue to this photo is that it was taken along the test corridor for all things Lockheed coming out of their facility next to Dobbins AFB.
Blackswift IS a Lockheed project, but I would be surprised if there was an actual flying model at this time.
Good guesses so far - I look forward to seeing what others have to say.
However, the FB-22 in its planned form appears to have been canceled with the 2006 Quadrennial Defense Review, in lieu of a long range bomber with a much greater range than the FB-22
Originally posted by Chadwickus
Originally posted by smurfy
There is cloud cover and obviously the 'plane is below it. It would be helpful to know how high was the cloud cover in your area at the time. The blurring in the picture is a bit confusing since you don't say exactly in which direction the 'plane was going.