The intakes are too small as well.
I don't THINK I'll ever have to face down routers in the streets.
I should hope not. Mobs of rogue woodworking tools would suck to repel.
I love this pic:\What do we notice about the construction of the fuselage and the area where the canopy would presumably seal?The last job the builders had was probably making fiberglass shower stalls.
When I was really small, my grandfather made me a cockpit out of scraps of lumber and plastic and junk electronics (he did small device electrical repair for spare cash). If he were alive today and I were 5, I think he would make me something very much like that.
TL;DRWhat I find amazing is they made this, but they can't keep the F-14's we sold them in the air. They have a squadron worth of Tomcats that haven't flown in 30 years since we cut off their parts supply. They couldn't reverse engineer their own spares, but the can organic a whole airplane?
Iran- Can't even build something that'll actually fly, nor keep what they have purchased in the air for the most part. I don't know which one is lamer- N. Korea or Iran.
Yeah, but if Iran wasn't sitting on a pile of oil, their economy would be bupkis.Also hard to compare a country the size of the old CSA to N. Korea, which is like the size of Massachusetts.
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