- Jan 9, 2015
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I hope they don't think you're the dude..lol..And there another Idiot (10 miles away from my house). I will find this dude
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Ya man ...yuup with mod antennas. people trying to trigger FAA attention or what?
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IE: German Coast Guard -Pilot to copilot: WTF, did you see that?
Copilot: Yeah, I saw it too, what the hell could it be? Was that a UFO?
Pilot: shht! You wanna file a UFO report?
Copilot: Hell no!
Pilot: Definitely a drone then.
Copilot: Yeah, definitely.
The Germans (after inventing time travel) already had DJI drones in WW2 since B17 and accompanying fighter regularly reprted being followed by (sometimes multiple) small round objects with flashing coloured lights.
The number of UFO reports is getting suspiciously low the last 2 years.
No airline pilot wants to report a UFO, ever.
Lucky for them there are drones.now.
Confirming to see a drone of 2-3 feet diameter at only 50feet distance, while moving with a velocity difference of at least 120 knots (if in the same direction), come on.
If I pass any 2-3feet diameter object at 50 feet while driving 120 knots (did something like that on the german autobahn last week), I really don't know what I saw once I passed it.
That would be sweet and id love to see it, but unlikely to happen as jet engines cost 10million plus. Doubt them clowns could afford to potentially wreck something that expensive. Id bet it survives but even so what would you do with it afterwards? sell it on craigslist? lol! maybe have better luck to get one of the manufacturers to chuck one through when they do their frozen bird carcass test, but id guess that only happens when they build a new version of an engine.Hey just a thought but......... can we get Myth Busters to do a drone into a jet engine test? With several popular drones. As well as a canopy impact test? They are drone fans.
lol, true, but the ones the hillbillys use are much smaller, still be a worthy test though, theres really nothing large or solid on a phantom or inspire, if the jet engine can handle a frozen bird then a thin plastic drone shouldnt even scratch the blades on the turbine, it would be like putting a grape in a blender. I love to see it happen.Those guys seem to get all sorts of crazy stuff so who knows..... They could get a older working one to try.
If the hill billys can get them to put on a tractor then they are around,Yes?