Did you see the one about the F-35 and F/A-18?


Here's a PR piece targeted at Canada's fighter competition, in case you haven't seen it yet.

The authors, RaceRocks 3D, work for Boeing but reportedly made this video on their own while pursuing a contract with a Boeing subsidiary. (The fact that the title says F-18 and not F/A-18 supports this idea.)

If you're interested, read more in Reuter's story: Video wades into Lockheed-Boeing battle over Canadian jet orders.

F-35 or F-18 Super Hornet: It’s really not that complicated from RaceRocks on Vimeo.

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