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romulusnr picture
@ 2006-02-22 14:00:13
What's the flash in front of the jets in flight?
Pdunn picture
@ 2006-02-22 20:54:06
It's a motion blur the satellite picks up with
virtually every fast moving object. Sometimes it's
easier to spot aircraft by the smudge than the plane
itself, especially when it's got a paint scheme like
this one.
Anonymous picture
@ 2006-03-27 14:57:37
ummm... outward angled vertical stabilizers, triangular main wing silhouette. that would be an F-22.
Anonymous picture
@ 2006-04-18 22:03:42
actually, if you look, the jet intakes are a bit more squareish. and the nose is too skinny to be an f-22. f22s are really fat all around.
Anonymous picture
@ 2006-04-18 22:04:25
oh yeah. and its in japan. why the hell would an f-22 be flying in japan, when its not even in our service officially yet on a widespread scale.
Analogman picture
@ 2006-04-29 02:59:01
Yep, F-15. The U.S. has 'em stationed in Japan and the Japanese fly 'em too.
Pdunn picture
@ 2007-05-23 20:20:48
After getting to see an F-15 and F-22 flying side-by-side, I think Anonymous may have gotten it right, I think this is an F-22 in flight. I've attached a few photos so you can judge for yourself.