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yoga girl
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What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Couldn't put the image here but check this link (the link is a google earth image from google earth):

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No visible engines and a sprayer pole out of each wing. Weird tail and it is all by itself.

And what about those mobile home looking things on the roof?

Please, if you can, turn this into an image people can see here (if you know how). Thanks.

ETA: There are only 7 big planes and three little ones at this "airport" (I searched everywhere) plus this oddity.

Hardly any cars parked.

I'm already finding more stuff using google earth.



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The Mick
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Not sure, but I'm certain your father owns it.


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LNCHBOX
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Chemtrail sprayer.


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Ed Osteen
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
give it a rest dude


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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Thats a weird one. Not to mention the vehicle pulling it is odd as well


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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
yoga girl monitoring planes at Air Force Bases across the nation ... seems legit


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yoga girl
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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Thats a weird one. Not to mention the vehicle pulling it is odd as well


I couldn't tell if that was towing or just something else. I agree with you - have you ever seen a truck that looks like that? And what is that square thing to the left of the truck?

And why is there a Navy base in Ft. Worth?

Also, take the view out and you'll see some bunkers to the Northwest of that plane. You can see fresh dirt work, even though the bunkers have been painted in some way to make them look old. BUt the dirt work is fresh.
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
You need help.


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Sasquatch Smash
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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No visible engines and sprayer pole out of each wing


Are you insinuating that this thing is going to spray some chemical forward as it is moving forward? Because that's what those "poles" would do. I'm more inclined to say that those "poles" have something to do with the location of the "non-visible engines" than chemical spraying.


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Pico de Gallo
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Probably used for training.


yoga girl
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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Probably used for training.


Training for what?

I know more about airplanes than many pilots, and I've never seen any plane that is even close to that one.
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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I know more about airplanes than many pilots


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Sasquatch Smash
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
It's a joint reserve air station. So, it's for aviation aspects of the Navy and has an Air Force Reserve command there as well.


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GetBackToWork
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Those squared off "wings" don't appear large enough to provide lift for a plane.


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looks like a classic chemical truck to me.


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Whoopdedo_LSU
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
How in the hell do you find this stuff? surfing google earth?


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yoga girl
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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Those squared off "wings" don't appear large enough to provide lift for a plane.


No way that plane would get off the ground. And the tail looks like it should be on a helicopter.

And why is there a bunker nearby with recent dirt work?

For the other poster, yes, I did go inspect the place using google earth and I'm not finished yet. They'll change it up.


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Sasquatch Smash
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
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No way that plane would get off the ground.


Well, since you've made this judgement, what's the point of fretting about these "chemical sprayer poles" fixed to the no-lift providing wings?

You just admitted to trying to waste everyone's time with this crap.


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atxfan
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re: What kind of "airplane" is this (at Carswell in Ft. Worth)
Enjoy your time on the no fly list. I hope you didn't have travel plans for Christmas.


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