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TyXo
TyXo

Not so stealth then, huh ? :P

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armedONE
armedONE

I expected more bits and peices survived had survived the crash but apparently I was wrong. o_O

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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Creator
☦BalkanB☢y☦

I found the source of the picture, and looked at other ones in the gallery, and this is what I found:
I819.photobucket.com
Is it just me or does this guy look exactly like Sergey Burkatovskiy from WarGaming? 0.0

@armedONE: If I recall correctly, some gypsies took away bunch of parts to sell as scrap metal xD

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SunnyBittern
SunnyBittern

"Our F-117 was shot down because of an malfunction and not by Yugoslavs"
"How terrible"

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Nergal01 Author
Nergal01

"...some gypsies took away bunch of parts to sell as scrap metal xD "
And sold them to China to help them researching that J-20?

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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Creator
☦BalkanB☢y☦

Nope. I know there were Russian military experts who were examining remains few days after the crash, so it may aided them in making the PAK-FA, but that remains mistery

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Nergal01 Author
Nergal01

"In 1999 during the NATO mission within Serbia, a single F-117 Nighthawk was shot down by a surface to air missile. Following the crash, Chinese agents were dispatched to recover parts from the wreckage."
Manglermuldoon.blogspot.co.uk
Uh-huh.

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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Creator
☦BalkanB☢y☦

Well idk If its true or not, if so they are our friends so I hope it helped them!

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27 March 1999, Yugoslavia, when the F-117 was shot down by a SA-3 SAM.

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