Hiding aircraft factories during WWII

Discussion in 'Boats, Planes, Other' started by ging, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. #1 ging, Apr 3, 2011
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    This is pretty awesome.

    During WWII, Lockheed and Boeing camouflaged their factories using huge "nets" so from above it would look like countryside or a residential area to would-be Japanese bombers. These nets were strong enough to be covered in grass, trees, fake houses and they hired people to walk and cycle on them in order to fool the enemy, meanwhile underneath the factories continued to operate.

    http://stories-etc.com/hidden.htm
     
  2. americans are so clever and creative
     
  3. stupid japs with their slitty eyes couldnt tell the difference
     
  4. What Japanese bomber could have reached there?* Stupid Americans.

    *Yes, those crazy submarine based ones, but really, what else?
     
  5. Good job on the camouflage though.
     
  6. Cool story. I had no idea the lengths we went through to win. +10 USA
     
  7. THATS CUZ THEY FLEW OVER AND SAW THAT THERES NOTHING TO BOMB SO THEY NEVER CAME BACK DUMMY
     
  8. :D
     
  9. japan did get to america though... i think the east coast but no one got shot or nothing
     
  10. #10 a5841, Apr 6, 2011
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  11. #11 Pierog, Apr 7, 2011
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  12. its real, ok?
     
  13. LOL YOU DUM. YOU PROBABLY EVEN BELIEVE THE US WENT TO THE MOON HAHAHAHHAAH.
     
  14. #14 20000 RPM, Apr 9, 2011
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  15. this
    please leave the site
     
  16. Suck my engorged mammaries you cockmongling queefburger.
     

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