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    CKY_86's Avatar Senior Member
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    wtf
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    Northrop N9N.

    Still flying today.

    Be sure.
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    Nice pic.
    It would not hurt to post some kind of explanation, tho.
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    Is this the plane that nuked the martians in 1953 War of the Worlds film?
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    Originally posted by sapre:
    Is this the plane that nuked the martians in 1953 War of the Worlds film?
    Aparantly not, they are back...
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    What, they weren't nuked?!! + ?

    Holy cow, we're $crewed
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    i believe UFO's were reffered to as "Foo Fighters" back then...

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    Originally posted by sapre:
    Is this the plane that nuked the martians in 1953 War of the Worlds film?
    NO.

    The N9N was a prototype/test bed aircraft that flew during the WW2 time period.

    The plane that dropped the bomb in the original War of the Worlds movie was a production model Northrop B49. A much larger aircraft.

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    Actually, the Northrop N-9M . . . the Smithsonian has one as well as Chino.

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