posted on Jun, 21 2004 @ 12:23 PM
LOCKHEED X-22A ANTI-GRAVITY
The Lockheed X-22A antigravity fighter disc fleet, equipped
with Neutral Particle Beam directed-energy weapons, and
capable of effecting optical as well as radar invisibility,
is deployed for worldwide military operations from the
new U.S. Space Warfare Headquarters.
A-17 EXPERIMENTAL STEALTH FIGHTER
Generally regarded as a fourth generation low-observable
design, the A-17 is believed to have evolved from the
YF-23 Advanced Tactical Fighter, and will replace the
F-111 Fighter Bomber. The YF-23 lost out to Lockheed's
F-22, but it's technology could easily be adapted for
use on other projects. No positively-identifiable white
world pictures exist of the plane, but sightings have
been reported at RAF Boscombe Down in the UK, and Cannon
AFB, New Mexico.
THE SUPER VALKYRIE HYPERSONIC
Operating under the mysterious Aurora Project, the system
is believed to comprise a spaceplane roughly the size
of an SR-71 spyplane and a hypersonic launch vehicle resembling
the experimental XB-70A strategic bomber designd in 1957-60.
This large aircraft could perform a number of roles, but
it appears to have been designed specifically to carry
the smaller spaceplane to a suitable launch altitude.
AURORA HYPERSONIC SPYPLANE
Does the United States Air Force or one of America's intelligence
agencies have a secret hypersonic aircraft capable of
a Mach 6 performance? Immediately recognisable by the
pure delta triangle airframe and the Donuts-On-A-Rope
contrails, this aircraft is rumoured to conduct regular
flights to the secret "Black" space stations orbiting
THE AMERICAN BLACK TRIANGLE
- A REPORT FOR UFO MAGAZINE
AURORA CAUGHT ON VIDEO?
HEADING TOWARDS GROOM LAKE?
- LOS ANGELES SONIC BOOMS
CHRIS GIBSON'S NORTH SEA
X-15 ROCKETPLANE (USAF PROJECT MX-1226)
Late in the year of 1954, the National Advisory Committee
for Aeronautics (NACA) issued a requirement for an air-launched
manned research vehicle with a maximum speed of more than
Mach 6 and a maximum altitude of more than fifty miles.
North American Aviation Incorporated was awarded the contract
for the new research vehicle, the X-15 Rocketplane.
F-117A NIGHTHAWK STEALTH FIGHTER
The F-117A Nighthawk is the world's first operational
aircraft designed to exploit low-observable stealth technology.
The unique design of the single-seat F-117A provides exceptional
combat capabilities. About the size of an F-15 Eagle,
the twin-engine aircraft has quadruple redundant fly-by-wire
flight controls. Air refuelable, it supports worldwide
commitments and adds to the deterrent strength of the
U.S. military forces.
F-22 ADVANCED STEALTH TACTICAL FIGHTER
The Lockheed-Martin F-22 Raptor represents the greatest
advance in fighter-aircraft capability in 50 years. It
brings the largest increase in sustained speed since the
advent of the jet, flying most of its missions at speeds
other fighters can only attain for short periods. The
F-22 Raptor can also, using its advanced thrust-vectoring
system and supercruise capability, accelerate and maneuver
at speeds today's fighter jets struggle to maintain in
a straight line.
U-2 RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT
The U-2 provides continuous day or night, high-altitude,
all-weather, stand-off surveillance of an area in direct
support of U.S. and allied ground and air forces. It provides
critical intelligence to decision makers through all phases
of conflict, including peacetime indications and warnings,
crises, low-intensity conflict and large-scale hostilities.
B-1B LANCER SUPERSONIC BOMBER
The B-1B is a long-range strategic bomber, capable of
flying intercontinental missions without refueling, then
penetrating present and future sophisticated enemy defenses.
It can perform a variety of missions, including that of
a conventional weapons carrier for theater operations.
B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY STEALTH BOMBER
The USAF/Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit stealth bomber is
a strategic, long-range heavy bomber. Its low-observable
stealth technology and all-altitude operational envelope
give it the capability to penetrate the most sophisticated
air defenses. Developed under extreme secrecy at Area
51, this aircraft is suspected of having electro-gravitic
propulsion technologies and capable of space travel.
RAH-66 COMANCHE STEALTH HELICOPTER
The Boeing Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche is the world's most
advanced helicopter and the cornerstone of the U.S. Army's
Force XXI aviation modernization plan. The Comanche makes
use of the latest advancements in aerospace technology,
including stealth which has until now been confined to
airplanes. The futuristic propulsion and navigation design
also allows the helicopter to execute snap turns in 4.5
seconds and fly sideways or backwards at an incredible
THE FDL-5 PROJECT
During the early 1960s, the USAF Flight Dynamics Laboratory
(FDL) devised new and unconventional shapes for hypersonic
vehicles. The shapes - FDL-5, FDL-6, FDL-7 and FDL-8 -
were designed with the intention of sustained hypersonic
flight (both gliding and powered) and re-entry.
NASA'S HYPER-X PROJECT AND THE
Hyper-X is an experimental flight-research program seeking
to demonstrate airframe-integrated, "air-breathing" engine
technologies that promise to increase payload capacity
for future vehicles, including hypersonic aircraft (faster
than Mach 5) and reusable space launchers. The test vehicle
for the project is designated the X-43A. This multiyear
program is currently underway at NASA Dryden Flight Research
Center, Edwards, California.
LIGHTCRAFT - PROTOTYPE LASER
Originally intended as a Strategic Defense Initiative
microsatellite, the craft was propelled by a ground-based
10kw Textron high-energy, pulsed carbon-dioxide, infra-red
laser. It is designed to convert kilojoule pulses of laser
energy, focused at ten times a second onto a parabolic
mirror at its base, into propulsive thrust. An operational
Lightcraft, with on-board propellant, would fly to Mach
5 on an air-breathing engine then shift to laser-propelled
SNOWBIRD EXPERIMENTAL STEALTH
This almost unknown design may be a prototype UAV or perhaps
a preliminary testbed for a larger aircraft. Utilising
stealth characteristics of a very advanced design, could
this be the next generation stealth fighter?
SR-71 BLACKBIRD SUPERSONIC SPYPLANE
The Blackbird, code-named Oxcart during its development,
flies on a tremendous 65,000 lbs. of thrust at an altitude
of 100,000+ feet at Mach 3.5, and has a range of four
thousand miles. That is not only four times faster than
the U-2 but seven miles higher - and the U-2 was then
the current high-altitude champion.
TACIT BLUE STEALTH AIRCRAFT
The US Air Force, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency,
and Northrop Corp. teamed up for the TACIT BLUE Technology
Demonstration Program from 1978 to 1985. TACIT BLUE validated
a number of innovative stealth technology advances. Most
notably, it was the first aircraft to demonstrate a low
radar cross section using curved surfaces, along with
a low probability of intercept radar and data link.