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Trojan Thermals 2

heat air and stop enemy aircraft with it
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These alternating large pools of hot and cold water would be intended to create turbulence, updrafts, and downdrafts in the air above a place to be defended.Various sizes and shapes may create a thermal here or turbulent flow there for the purpose of throwing off attacking aircraft, cluttering radar, creating clouds, and forcing attacking aircraft into maneuvers that would make them less stealthy.
Voice, Oct 01 2016


       Would have been really useful in WW1 I suppose.
Custardguts, Oct 03 2016


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