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Not so stealth then, huh ? :P
I expected more bits and peices survived had survived the crash but apparently I was wrong. o_O
I found the source of the picture, and looked at other ones in the gallery, and this is what I found:
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
"Our F-117 was shot down because of an malfunction and not by Yugoslavs"
"...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?
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
"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."
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.