f117 losses

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  1. fritzie 101

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    That's not all of them because it stops in 1988.
     
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    They didn't even acknowledge them to the public before 1988. I know of at least one after that, in Serbia.
     
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    And another one at an airshow in Maryland.
     
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    I believe one lost in combat, one during testing, one during an airshow and one during training.
     
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    Nope, it continues if you clik on the right F117 at the bottom of the creen. The one in Yugoslavia (1999) is mentioned as well.

    Nice webpage, though :thumbright:
     
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