Friday, August 12, 2011

Pentagons new Hypersonic Triangular Plane Falcon HTV-2 Goes Missing

Falcon HTV-2, a hypersonic aircraft that's capable of flying 20 times the speed of sound making it the fastest plane on earth went missing during a test flight. It was the second time in a row, the Pentagon has lost contact with an experimental hypersonic vehicle over the Pacific, just minutes after it was launched from space.

The flight of the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 was hotly anticipated in military and aerospace circles.

Ground controllers lost contact with the arrowhead-shaped plane less than half an hour after it took to the skies.

If the flight worked, it'd show how missiles of this shape and flight pattern could strike targets halfway around the world almost instantly. And that would be a major step forward in the Pentagon's "Prompt Global Strike" plan to attack foes anywhere on the globe in less than an hour. F

Is it no co-incidence that the plane is basically a large black triangle?

The DARPA Falcon Project is two-part joint project between the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the United States Air Force (USAF). One part of the program aims to develop a reusable, rapid-strike Hypersonic Weapon System (HWS), now retitled the Hypersonic Cruise Vehicle (HCV)

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Anonymous said...

the most ufos in the Sky are military drones,like this one. No surprise at all

Anonymous said...

all airplanes are geometrically simplified triangles, sir. triangle ufos shot around the world are less acute than this seen in the video. i dont think this craft has anything to do with the majority of ufos being filmed globally.

Anonymous said...

Doubt they'll be finding the black box on this one.

Anonymous said...

This aircraft in testing can go pretty fast, but a lot of triangular UFOs witnessed can hover and can fly by at some pretty slow speeds and seem to be at a much larger scale then this craft. They can't even land the thing without losing communications with it. Fail.

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