The awesome report of fighter jetsÉand hybrid carsÉ

By:J L J L J L

Intro

Do you want to know whether a fighter jet can turn into other things, like a power drill can?  Huh?  Do ya?  Then read this report and youŐll find out about the F-18 Hornet.  In this report you will learn what it is, and some history, and how it works.  I hope you like it.

What it is

This paragraph is about the brand new fighter jet, and the fastest jet.  According to Wikipedia, itŐs the F-22A fighter jet. The fastest fighter jet can go 5 times faster than sound.  That is so fast; itŐs like the speed of light!  I guess.  They are very cool. I respect my uncle because he is in the Military.

 

History

This paragraph is about a fighter jet turning into a drill. An F-18 Hornet is kind of like a power drill. If you have the right attachments, a power drill can act like a screwdriver, a sander, and you can change the head of the drill to make different-sized holes. This is the basic idea behind the F-18. You can change it so it can do different kinds of special missions. By adjusting it and outfitting it with different components, you can specialize the aircraft for the task at hand. It's like a drill because you can take it apart and add things. I think its pretty cool.

This paragraph is about what the word ŇhybridÓ means.  According to Julia Layton, the word hybrid means two of anything.  So, something that has TWO power sources is a hybrid.  That's why we call cars that use gas and electricity hybrids.

This paragraph is about some examples of hybrids, which are NOT cars.  According to Julia Layton, some examples of non-car hybrids are trains, buses, and submarines.  The trains and the buses use diesel fuel and electricity.  The submarines use nuclear power and electricity.

 

How it Works

 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-22_Raptor

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 Wikipedia

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F-22 Raptor

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May 6, 2010

Brief Summary:

It talks about the develepment,desin,and the histoy

 

 

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May 7, 2010

Brief Summary:

The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F-15 Eagle is a twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter designed to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat. It is considered among the most successful modern fighters with over 100 aerial combat victories.

 

 

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F-4 Phantom II

Date of retrieval:

May 7, 2010

Brief Summary:

It talks about the involement.

 

 

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