Could the U.S. Air Force take Godzilla?
Good question, and one "Air & Space Magazine" posed to those stationed at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, home to America’s largest combat wing. Their answer, more or less? Totally.
It’s good to know that our armed forces feel confident bringing down the 350-foot atomic lizard (who, for a local frame of reference, is roughly as tall as the One Utah Center). Check out the magazine’s video above for a glimpse into their battle plan.
— Michael McFall
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