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Originally posted by COOL HAND
Originally posted by WestPoint23
Yeah ronii you are right the missile was mediocre compared to missiles today you know why... Cus it was first produced in 9150!!!
Also the hummingbird is not scary enough.
[edit on 3-8-2004 by WestPoint23]
How'd they send it back to the late 50's then?
You'd think that a missile from 9150 would have done a little better than it did.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
Originally posted by devilwasp
Originally posted by Popeye
Here are some lesser known Bird of Prey names that have not yet been mentioned - I am sure some have been used before for aircraft or engines (Rolls Royce - Merlin, Griffon etc that powered the Spitfire)
merlin is a chopper in the RN. iv heard griffon before some where as well.
As somebody said before, Icarus, Daedalus's son flew to close to the sun. Daedalus was the smart one. Plus what does the F-35 have to do with that, its not like its a high altitude aircraft.
Originally posted by TACHYON
Daedalus, the man who used wax to put feathers tp make wings and flew to close to the sun and it melted.