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Wikipedia vandalism - naughty, but occasionally comic

Found in an entry on a south London school:

"The Lockheed Martin Fiasco"

In the Spring of 1998 the school came under some scrutiny after twelve F-22 Raptor fighter jets were discovered in a base built into the school's foundations. It was later confirmed that Lockheed Martin, a leading multinational aerospace manufacturer and advanced technology company, had signed a $4.9 billion deal with NASA. They planned to have military stations based around the UK encase of 'external invasion', this included core site New Cross, coded-named 'Z Sector'. It transpired the London Borough Council of Lewisham had major shares in this transaction, recieved for allowing the base to be built. To this day it is unknown whether the base is in disuse, but according to one Offsted report: "We see F-22 Raptors, C-130 Hercules', A-4AR Fightinghawks and the DSCS-3 satellites being transported in and out of here daily, heck, we wouldn't be suprised to see an AGM-159 JASSM missile get towed through the playground straight after morning break."

Doubtless it will be edited out before long.

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Blogger Unsworth said... 4:15 pm

Very good. Also an interesting reference to battery farming  



Anonymous jaymason said... 9:15 pm

and a quite outstanding band of alumni also it would apear  



Anonymous Ian Bennett said... 7:57 am

"Doubtless it will be edited out before long."

07:56 Friday and it's still there.  



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