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Great pictures of the infamous rectangular windows. Curious to see how many here know about corners of aircraft.
Just another of the classified programs I worked on during my 28 years at Boeing. Spent considerable time on the first 12 Raptor's. Bob
Guy at work upper management claims to have worked for Boeing. Wonder if you know him by chance? Awesome air superiority aircraft for sure. Bet that was interesting times.
You are correct, being a part of the construction of military aircraft is indeed interesting. I spent several years on the B-2 program as well and a short stint on the JSF, then moved into the commercial side. Thanks.
The thing that male arousal are made of.
No pictures but the North American F-86 Sabre was my favorite. When I first joined the AF I worked on T-39 Sabre Liners. The T-39 and F-86 shared the same wing. So at least I got to work on part of my favorite jet! I do agree though, nothing sounds better than the old reciprocating engines. When I joined in 1978 they had the very last piston engine mechanics tech school. That was for the old "push me pull you" aircraft, I think designated as the O-2.