If you’re like me, you’ve probably asked yourself many times: What would happen if the people who designed dogfight simulations tripped on LSD?
Well, now we know.
China’s version of YouTube has spawned the Sgt Pepper of dogfight cartoons, featuring, among many others, the J-10, FC-20, B-2, F-117, KC-10 and F-22. There’s even an A380 refueling from what appears to be a PLAAF KC-10, for good measure.
I must thank (and for obvious reasons I use that term loosely) the Key Publishing Military Aviation Forum for the heads-up. The video has also appeared recently on the Air Force Times web site.
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By Stephen Trimble on 11 January, 2010 in Uncategorised
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