A Chinese Spy Balloon?

Shoot it down?

  • Yes, Fighter

    Votes: 7 77.8%
  • Yes, ADA

    Votes: 1 11.1%
  • No

    Votes: 1 11.1%

  • Total voters
    9

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Splash another “object,” and another “kill” for the F-22 (Thats three now… :D ).This time over Canada. I guess Canada asked for US assistance, probably because of the altitude. Hence the Raptor being used.

 
What kind of kill marking will be pictured in the sticker put on the F-22? What kind of "object" will he get credit for?
 
What kind of kill marking will be pictured in the sticker put on the F-22? What kind of "object" will he get credit for?

Ask and you shall receive…
 

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I guess Canada asked for US assistance, probably because of the altitude.
Plus we don’t have any CF-18s within easy reach. CFB Cold Lake, where No. 401 and 409 Tactical Fighter Squadrons is a long flight to the Alaska/Yukon border.


I can just imagine the surprised RCAF ground crews, armourers and pilots at Cold Lake scrambling to find their kit and get rolling. I bet it’s 30 mins from the scramble call to takeoff with long range tanks and AAMs. From there it’s another 90-120 mins subsonic to get to the target.
 
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Did you know that a couple of years back a model company brought out a kit of that scene from ST:TOS? A little model of the Enterprise along with what appeared to be a reissue of the old Lindberg F-104.

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