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Tic Tac [Area 51 Build Challenge]

23.9k JohnnyBoythePilot  1.5 years ago



Tic Tac

This is the Tic Tac, a UFO that was involved in an incident back in 2004 off the coast of Baja California when the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group was conducting training exercises when they encountered a Tic-Tac-shaped UFO. The first time it happened, the USS Princeton picked up the craft on their sophisticated AEGIS radar/EW system. The 2nd time they picked up the craft, they had F/A-18's airborne conducting training exercises. The F-18's were redirected toward the mystery craft & radar return to intercept it. They were only carrying training AIM-9's that couldn't be fired, so a shoot-down wasn't possible, but they could still investigate, and they were equipped with IR-camera/sensors that would later track and pick-up the following incident. They didn't spot the craft at first, until they spotted a 737-sized submerged object right below the ocean surface creating a disturbance. They flew down to investigate it, believing it to be a downed-aircraft, when they spotted the mysterious Tic Tac object hovering right above the submerged object/vessel. The Tic Tac soon "engaged" when it took off toward the F-18's and matched their maneuverability, playing cat-and-mouse with them. The Tic Tac IRL was reported to be the size of an F-18, and the craft eventually zoomed off beyond the horizon in mere seconds. The USS Princeton was reporting a whole fleet of these mysterious objects descending from orbit to sea level within seconds, and no sonic booms were heard. An E-2C Hawkeye crew that was airborne at the time, reported seeing one of the Tic Tac's fly in formation with them for a few seconds before departing. Both the E-2 & F-18 crews were incredibly mystified from the experience. The Tic Tac objects then submerged below sea level and a submarine in the battle group picked up the objects under water, before they vanished. Later, a couple of mysterious and totally sketchy military folks boarded the USS Princeton & USS Nimitz via helicopter to confiscate the flight, clear-video, and radar data recordings from the E-2C and USS Princeton. The crews involved were asked to sign NDA's and the incident remained classified until the pentagon publicly released/declassified IR footage of the Tic Tac craft during the 2004 incident, and another "Tic Tac" incident that happened in 2015 off the US East Coast. Some of the crew members began to come forward about the 2004 incident they were involved in when one after one they began talking about it publicly.

While many skeptics claim it was an equipment malfunction (which the AEGIS system was very new tech at the time), the fact the incident happened in an active military training area in perfect clear conditions, and after the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group received the AEGIS system upgrade, leads me to believe this mystery craft is a radically new & experimental craft that was being tested by whatever military branch or organization in a mock-scenario against a legit Carrier Strike Group, especially one with the latest cutting edge EW & radar systems at the time. The Tic Tac craft is most likely some sort of reconnaissance vehicle, and possibly a drone.

CONTROLS:

AG-8 = Activate/Disable Gyro & Gravity Drive

W = Move Down
S = Move Up
A = Move Left
D = Move Right
VTOL = Vertical Movement Trim

Video Documentary on the Incident

Have fun, and remember, AYY LMAO!

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 3.7ft (1.1m)
  • Length 9.0ft (2.8m)
  • Height 4.5ft (1.4m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 22lbs (9kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 611.62
  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 1041

Parts

  • Number of Parts 38
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    mmmmmmm t i c t a c

    +1 3 months ago
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    2,901 RaendyLeBeau

    wow amazing!! looks nice

    +1 6 months ago
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    @Cabbage17
    Thanks!

    +1 10 months ago
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    5,778 DickBrazen

    When the video came out, I suspected it was intentional. I still have no input on that thing I saw, but would guess heavily that it's US military too. I'm a hippie in an ideal world, but even though I'm sure they do some wrong sometimes, I'm always personally grateful for likely most of their secrets.

    +1 11 months ago
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    @DickBrazen
    Yep I've seen the patents before. They are quite fascinating and is what leads me to believe the US Military is behind the craft.

    +1 11 months ago
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    5,778 DickBrazen

    @JohnnyBoythePilot US Navy Patents the Tic Tac

    +1 11 months ago
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    @DickBrazen
    K thx for the updoot.

    one year ago
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    5,778 DickBrazen

    @JohnnyBoythePilot Can't download now, I'm just digging the history lesson.

    one year ago
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    @JohnnyBoythePilot ah, thank you. I saw an article that came out today referring to the sake thing and was wondering because this thing was made way before lol. I thought it was creepy but now I know there were previous reports.

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    @JeremiahMartin1000
    They aren't legs; they are some sort of antenna array, and a witness from the incident aboard the USS Princeton that saw the tic tac through binoculars, said he saw strange apendages on the bottom of the craft that looked like swept-back antennas.

    1.2 years ago
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    How did you know it had legs?

    1.2 years ago
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    1,859 JediWolf

    @JohnnyBoythePilot someone get me one of these so I can reverse engineer it!

    +1 1.3 years ago
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    @JediWolf
    This craft doesn't obey physics...

    It makes physics obey IT!

    1.3 years ago
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    1,859 JediWolf

    wut......... is............ this? it's breaking the game so hard that it can't even stop jittering with excitement!

    +1 1.3 years ago
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    @tsampoy
    Thx for all the updoots!

    1.5 years ago
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    23.8k tsampoy

    Minty

    +1 1.5 years ago
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    564 QuickNils

    @JohnnyBoythePilot oh yea right its white. Only the spikes might make it uncomfotable when eaten. And the size might be a problem lol. GOOSH JUST IMAGINE! A 2 meter Tic Tac! XD

    +1 1.5 years ago
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    @QuickNils
    This is mint flavor lol

    1.5 years ago
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    564 QuickNils

    Does this have mint flavouring?

    1.5 years ago
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    15 Kyon

    cool

    1.5 years ago
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    @Vortex1
    Thx!

    1.5 years ago
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    @WaffleCakes
    @AikoFoxNeko
    @BaconRoll
    Thanks!

    +1 1.5 years ago
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    2,293 PvPSky

    Oh Boi @JohnnyBoythePilot

    +1 1.5 years ago
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    1,878 AikoFoxNeko

    I demand an orange flavor

    +2 1.5 years ago
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    @JamesBleriot
    No way Jose an Aerostat is gonna go underwater. However JP Aerospace is trying to make an airship that goes into orbit to greatly lower the cost of space access, but it takes days for it to reach orbital height, whereas the Tic Tacs can go into orbit in mere seconds.

    1.5 years ago
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