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Lockheed P-3 Orion

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This "non-existent" P-3 Orion is thought to be testing equipment for a major defense contractor. It has a Littoral Surveillance Radar System (LSRS) attached to the bottom of it's fuselage. The aircraft itself has no serial or identifying markings other than the US Navy logo.

More here: http://www.p3orion.nl/sneaky.html

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Robert Marsden
What a smart bit of kit (I really like)
STEVEN FIELD
LOOKS REAL TO ME
jthyland
Nice.
marylou anderson
Nice catch
Mark Weiser
Among the best aircraft ever built, second only to my old UH-1D (RVN 70-71)
Terry Wright
Perhaps they should call it Phantom P3. Lovely shot

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