|Quoting redzeppelin (Thread starter):|
It seems that atmospheric conditions were just right for the shock waves to be carried all the way into the city.
|Quoting JoeCanuck (Reply 5):|
Imagine 8 of those engines times however many planes were in the exercise, (though I'm sure they all took noise abatement procedures in mind...right?), and you'd get one hell of a cacophony that would have been awesome to experience.
|Quoting StudeDave (Reply 6):|
Nor are B-1Bs.
|Quoting SLCPilot (Reply 11):|
|Quoting zeke (Reply 1):|
Shock wave from a B-52, that would be news.
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