posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 04:14 PM
Ahmadinea~Bad is always screwing with the U.S. so who knows what he's up to -
Sexy looking bird tho..
Saw a few mentions about 'plywood'.
If we could do RAM tech in the 1940's with plywood, what can we do today..?
[(February 2010) Wiki
Radar-absorbent material, or RAM, is a class of materials used in stealth technology to disguise a vehicle or structure from radar detection. A
material's absorbency at a given frequency of radar wave depends upon its composition. RAM cannot perfectly absorb radar at any frequency, but any
given composition does have greater absorbency at some frequencies than others; there is no one RAM that is suited to absorption of all radar
Germany also pioneered the first aircraft to use RAM during World War II, in the form of the Horten Ho 229. It used a carbon-impregnated plywood that
would have made it very stealthy to Britain's primitive radar of the time.]
Gotta agree with the 'whasckly' Wabbit2000 -
Goliath thought he had David beat..
..of course, Goliath didn't know about David's slingshot.
edit on 3-2-2013 by HumAnnunaki because: (no reason given)