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McDonnell Douglas FA-18 Hornet (16-3471) - At Barksdale Air Force Base.
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McDonnell Douglas FA-18 Hornet (16-3471)


At Barksdale Air Force Base.


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bombardier keep
i love them
Alan Hume
The Blue Angels ... how do they do it!
Jim Smirh
Helps explain where the aircraft actually are during the fly by. Most shots are make it appear the two aircraft are vertically aligned (gear to gear, belly to belly), which is a basically impossible action as neither pilot could safely see the other aircraft. I *suspect* that lead is actually he one flying upside down. A good lead is easier to follow. A great lead can be followed, even if he's upside down! ;) Been almost 550 years since I flew formation (all of us 'right side' up!). Can some one confirm my *suspicions*?
roland pfeifer
Those guy's are without a doubt the greatest.
marylou anderson
Tough shot. Looks great!
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