Target 201014822 is the B-1B Lancer Bomber Nicknamed “7 Wishes”
Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB Utah
41° 09′ 41.60″ N // 112° 01′ 09″ W
The Air Force accepted delivery of the B-1B “Lancer” bomber, nicknamed “7 Wishes,” in 1986. The aircraft was stationed at Dyess Air Force Base, and assigned to the 96th Bombardment Wing. “7 Wishes” was decommissioned in approximately 2003 after approximately 4,000 flight hours. It is now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill AFB, Utah.
SOME STAGE 2 (SENSORY) ELEMENTS YOU MIGHT PERCEIVE:
Metallic, Cool, Warm, Matte, Glassy, Rubbery, Metallic smell, Metallic taste, Dusty, Gritty, Gravelly, Smooth, Rough, Grey, Black, Shadowy, Breezy, Rushing sounds, Rumbling, Traffic noises, Whining, Roaring
SOME DIMENSIONAL ELEMENTS YOU MIGHT PERCEIVE:
Wide, tall, Tapering, Slanting, Raised up, Rounded, Long, Flat, Curving, Niched, Hollow, Perched, Pointed, Rakish, Propped up
AESTHETIC IMPACT YOU MIGHT ENCOUNTER:
Impressive, Fascinating, Intriguing, Beautiful, Intimidating
AND DON’T FORGET TO COMPARE YOUR SKETCHES TO THE FEEDBACK TO SEE IF THERE ARE ANY CORRELATIONS!