A US interceptor fighter nicknamed the ‘Cornfield Bomber’ once miraculously landed in one piece in a farm field after its pilot bailed out

  • A US interceptor fighter nicknamed the ‘Cornfield Bomber’ once miraculously landed in one piece in a farm field after its pilot bailed out

    Posted by Gatherer  on September 18, 2023 at 6:23 PM

    The Convair F-106 Delta Dart “Cornfield Bomber” suffered little damage when it landed in a farmer’s field in Montana after its pilot ejected.

    An F-35 that went missing in South Carolina may have flown on autopilot for a time after its pilot ejected, though it’s still unclear. There have been other similarly strange incidents. In 1970, an aircraft nicknamed the “Cornfield Bomber” pulled off a surprising unmanned landing with only minor damage after it’s pilot bailed out.

    It’s possible that a F-35 stealth fighter that went missing over South Carolina flew

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