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On je napravljen od materijala sa kraja 70-ih i pocetka 80-ih, to da se promeni nemoze ali ne znam da li ima efekta mozda nanosenje novog premaza, naprimer onog od F-22 i da li to moze tako i da li bi dodatno smanjilo RCS.



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Bar onaj sa f35 hvale na sva usta. Bolji, dugivjecniji, manji rcs, laksi za nanosenje i osrzavanje... Zasto tek malo mladji sa f22?



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Mozda je nakrcan necim sa F35. A mozda se korigovala i taktika upotrebe...Smile

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stug ::Bar onaj sa f35 hvale na sva usta. Bolji, dugivjecniji, manji rcs, laksi za nanosenje i osrzavanje... Zasto tek malo mladji sa f22?

Kod F-35 nema prskanja premaza na svakih x sati leta kao kod prethodinka, bas u tome je razlika. Sve je tokom proizvodnje integrisano u taj fiber mat materijal od kojeg mu je napravljena oplata.

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Mercury ::A mozda su naucili neke lekcije iz 1999...

Nesto ne padaju ko kruske


Nisu ni kod nas padali ko kruške, ali su ipak padali. Polako samo, naći će se neki novi Zelko, ali mi se čini da ovoga puta neće biti u prilici da ispriča potresnu priču poreskim obveznicima u USA.

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Sirijci su ga možda i videli ali ga ne bi gađali, tako da iako je učestvovao u operacijama iznad Sirije i Iraka, opasnost da će neko pucati na njega je gotovo nikakva.
Rusija je obaveštena o svakomletu aviona iznad Sirije i ne bi dala Sirijcima da gađa nijedan USAF avion. Tako da je on bezbedan iznad Sirije. Ali je verovatno to njegova poslednja borbena misija, iako se svih 50 tak aviona održava u "1000 storage", i na na njima se obavlja redovan trenaž pilota, o čemu svedoče slike ne samo od ove godine ne ko i prethodnih godina.
Taj isiti DRIVE je objavio tekst da će svake godine 4 letelice biti dekomisirano iz sastava "1000 storage", i to će biti definitivan kraj ove letelice.

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Jedna nocna..

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Izgleda da imaju tajnu eskadrilu

F-117 Sported Mysterious "Dark Knights" Tail Flash During Recent Mojave Desert Flights

The Dark Knights officially don't exist. We look into what this surprise moniker could mean and where it might have come from.

https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/27024/f-117-.....rt-flights

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Jos jedna iz proslog meseca

Arrow https://twitter.com/NeilJackson10/status/1112427523130961922

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Jos o koriscenju F-117 iznad Sirije. Navodno imaju sliku jednog koji je sleteo zbog problema u Kuvajt.

Citat: Although (and of course) we will not reveal our sources, the following information has never been shared before (except for our Scramble magazine hardcopy - issue 479 - that was published yesterday).

Recent years have seen some peculiar facts related to the Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR), the combined operation to defeat ISIS/Daesh, in and over Iraq and Syria. This operation was largely manned and staffed by USAF personnel, but allied nations were invited to join the operation. During the OIR heydays some 36 countries were involved.

Scramble has spoken to former OIR members (people from at least two other countries than USA) and we can reveal that one F-117A made an emergency landing at the airbase of Ali Al Salem (AAS) in Kuwait during Q4/2016 (AAS is known as the nearest allied fixed wing airfield south of Iraq).

Ever since the beginning of its use by the US and allies, Ali Al Salem is renowned because of its conceiled spaces and hide-outs. This is evident when seeing the base on Google Earth. The above mentioned facts are (were) possibly the reasons for using AAS as a Nighthawk alternate or emergency landing base.

During the mentioned landing, which occured during dawn, the unfortunate Nighthawk was accompanied by its wingman. The latter did not land at AAS, but continued its route to its deployment base. This scene was seen by some lucky OIR personnel. One of these personnel managed to make a poor quality long distance iPhone-picture of the (chase) landing of the two birds, followed by the broken aircraft parked at one of the aprons of AAS. Without any doubt, this was at AAS, as infrastructure characteristics and then deployed aircraft to AAS were clearly identified together with the broken F-117A.

We reported earlier about the Small Diameter Bombs (SDB) in combination with the Nighthawk missions. These weapons were possibly used in deliberate (moving) targeting, in that way the US could minimize casualties during its undisclosed missions deep into Syria in which other US aircraft were not selected (not even stealthy F-22s, maybe because it was too sensitive to send an expensive Raptor that deep into Assads territory). As the F-117s possibly returned due to unfinished business, the Nighthawks were also used over the densely populated Mosul area (with narrow streets and fortified bunkers) during the Battle of Mosul.

This sometimes very technical targeting, in combination with stealth (not necessary in Iraq) and slow speed, was something an F-22, F-15, B-1, B-52 and F-16 were not capable of doing.

As for the SDBs ... this is somewhat questionable if the F-117 indeed used this very smart and precise weapon. As far as we know, the One One Seven was never certified for use of this weapon. Maybe that information is incorrect and as it goes... not all brands of Cola are Coca Cola, but many people order it like that. As the SDB was the weapon of choice in OIR, a verdict is made quite quickly. But ... there is also a possibility that the F-117 was certified to use SDBs during its secretive test flights from Tonopah. And that also makes sense, as the stand-off range of an SDB is limited (some sixty miles), the stealth F-117s could fly closer to their targets in Assad territory - heavily guarded by a massive belt of air defense systems - to drop their weapons on a target.

As for the quantity of F-117As deployed we have been told that there were at least four aircraft involved. The deployment base was most probably in Qatar or Saudi Arabia. We can confirm that they flew only during nighttime and strikingly, they used call sign: HELI. This name was most probably chosen as HELI gave less attention in the Air Tasking Order (ATO) of OIR that is observed by many military. As known, several (secretive) helicopter operations also took place throughout the whole OIR area of operations. Strikingly, the F-117 flight through Death Valley used LEHI as call sign.

For now, with the vanishing of most terrorists (ISIS) from Iraqi and Syrian territory, it seems that the USAF found, once again, an opportunity to show the Nighthawk in the open. Flying low and slow buzzing Death Valley, with even a waving pilot in its office, the pilot knew he and his fantastic aircraft were watched and photographed by some very lucky people!

An educated guess of Scramble is that these out-in-the-open flights could possibly mean (again, it is just an educated guess) that the test flights of the F-117s have ended and this was a kind of unofficial farewell flight.

Hopefully, again more information will become available in the near future, and hopefully our educated guess is wrong!

Scramble editorial note: The owner of the iPhone is trustworthy. Unfortunately, he was not allowed to give us the pictures of AAS as scrupulous rules were given to all AAS and OIR personnel about the emergency landing at that time. (but we can assure you, although of poor quality, they looked adrenaline-kicking great!). Following the F-117s flights through Death Valley, the involved person consulted a high ranking OIR commander who gave permission to publish the aforementioned words.


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