How the U.S. Air Force Would Fight Godzilla, for Real (Video)

Hint: it involves the Incredible Hulk

How would the U.S. military actually fight a giant lizard monster like Godzilla — or his buddies Gamera, Mothra or Rodan?

You know you've wondered.

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With the hotly anticipated “Godzilla” premiering May 16 — which is supposed to have a much more realistic storyline than the campy monster movies of old — the good folks at Air & Space magazine decided to ask.

The Smithsonian mag interviewed airmen at the Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan, home to the Air Force's largest combat wing — and most likely site of a Godzilla attack — to get an inside look at their super advanced counterassault strategy.

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“I think Godzilla would be expecting an aerial attack,” Master Sgt. Jason Edwards said. “So to catch him off guard, I think we would need 4,000 Segways and slingshots.”

And the Incredible Hulk.

Watch the video to find out what else the Air Force has in mind to protect us from prehistoric lizard beasts.