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U.S. Navy reveals deadly stealth plane mistaken for UFO on Washington D.C. highway
The top-secret unmanned stealth plane that was mistaken for a genuine UFO as it was transported through Washington D.C. has been unveiled by the U.S. Navy.

The experimental X-47B caused a stir when the 'alien spacecraft' was driven along the Capitol Beltway as it was moved from West Virginia to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Southern Maryland.

The internet exploded with sightings of the 62 feet long, 32 feet wide and 14 feet high craft as it was transported to begin test flights that will eventually see the Unmanned Combat Air System aircraft take off and land onto an aircraft carrier.
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Following completion of its airworthiness flight tests at Edwards Air Force Base in California, the X-47B has just conducted its first flight from Naval Air Station Pauxent.

The flight over the weekend saw the X-47B take to the air over Chesapeake Bay for 35 minutes to an altitude of 7,500 feet, traveling at 207 mph.


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just in time for WWIII
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red alert
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Re: U.S. Navy reveals deadly stealth plane mistaken for UFO on Washington D.C. highway
The top-secret unmanned stealth plane that was mistaken for a genuine UFO as it was transported through Washington D.C. has been unveiled by the U.S. Navy.

The experimental X-47B caused a stir when the 'alien spacecraft' was driven along the Capitol Beltway as it was moved from West Virginia to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Southern Maryland.

The internet exploded with sightings of the 62 feet long, 32 feet wide and 14 feet high craft as it was transported to begin test flights that will eventually see the Unmanned Combat Air System aircraft take off and land onto an aircraft carrier.
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Sweat.
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Re: U.S. Navy reveals deadly stealth plane mistaken for UFO on Washington D.C. highway
The top-secret unmanned stealth plane that was mistaken for a genuine UFO as it was transported through Washington D.C. has been unveiled by the U.S. Navy.

The experimental X-47B caused a stir when the 'alien spacecraft' was driven along the Capitol Beltway as it was moved from West Virginia to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Southern Maryland.

The internet exploded with sightings of the 62 feet long, 32 feet wide and 14 feet high craft as it was transported to begin test flights that will eventually see the Unmanned Combat Air System aircraft take off and land onto an aircraft carrier.
Scroll Down for Video


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Sweat.
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Re: U.S. Navy reveals deadly stealth plane mistaken for UFO on Washington D.C. highway
The top-secret unmanned stealth plane that was mistaken for a genuine UFO as it was transported through Washington D.C. has been unveiled by the U.S. Navy.

The experimental X-47B caused a stir when the 'alien spacecraft' was driven along the Capitol Beltway as it was moved from West Virginia to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Southern Maryland.

The internet exploded with sightings of the 62 feet long, 32 feet wide and 14 feet high craft as it was transported to begin test flights that will eventually see the Unmanned Combat Air System aircraft take off and land onto an aircraft carrier.
Scroll Down for Video


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Sweat.
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Just ask some Iranian to hack into the flight control system for you and then you can land it in your backyard.
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I bet there are cases where the military encourages UFO reports to hide new aircraft or secret technology. One example that comes to mind is the Kecksburg UFO which could have been a recovered Soviet satellite.

Anyway, the X-47B is pretty spacey looking. Since it is a combat aircraft with no pilot, will the next "Top Gun" be a computer processor?
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I bet there are cases where the military encourages UFO reports to hide new aircraft or secret technology. One example that comes to mind is the Kecksburg UFO which could have been a recovered Soviet satellite.

Anyway, the X-47B is pretty spacey looking. Since it is a combat aircraft with no pilot, will the next "Top Gun" be a computer processor?
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