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Discussion in 'Pics and Videos Buffet' started by Coiled03, Feb 16, 2018.
By far my favorite military weapon.....BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPPPPPPPPPPPP
Wonder who has that model.
Can somebody ‘splain to me what the F-22 kill mark is doing on that Warthog? Red Flag? You’d think I’d know but ...
I would bet MIG killed on the ground in Iraq.
Unique photo shows USAF A-10 with F-22 and F-16 Kill Marks - The Aviation Geek Club
Unique photo shows USAF A-10 with F-22 and F-16 kill marks
The interesting image in this post shows an A-10 Warthog featuring what they seem to be two kill marks of two (simulated) aerial victories scored against F-16 and F-22 fighter aircraft.
The interesting image in this post was taken by the famous photographer Peter Steehouwer (click here and browse his site to see his incredible shots) and shows an A-10 Warthog featuring what they seem to be two kill marks of two (simulated) aerial victories scored against F-16 and F-22 fighter aircraft.
Although we don’t know exactly the story behind these kill marks and although the A-10 is really a badass machine it would be difficult for the world famous Hog scoring kills against F-16 and F-22 fighters.
According to some internet rumors in fact the A-10 portrayed in this photo would be a “demo bird” (most probably belonging to USAF Air Combat Command A-10 Demo Team) sporting the marks of aircraft from other demo teams such as F-22 and F-16 fighter jets which usually fly in formation together during airshows across the U.S.
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The reasons they list do not get you a symbol painted on your bird.
Couple shot I took of some visitors a couple weeks ago
Info on the incident
NAS Keflavik- 01August 1978 F-4E 66-0304. 57 Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS). The crew were Capt. Gregory Harrison, pilot, and Capt. Dennis, WSO. The wings folded up smoothly and symmetrically just as they broke ground at approximately 170 knots. The wing fold locks were not in place. The jet had just come out of the paint barn, and they had painted over the locking pins. Aircraft was recovered safely after circling the field to reduce landing weight. A really FAST final at 230 knots plus!"
Some good aggressor markings
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The sound delay makes it sound like some ungodly BEAST after unleashing the rounds. Or an ungodly fart! LOL.