Aviation Photo #2108242: McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet - Switzerland - Air Force


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  • Langenfeld - hummelfX
    Switzerland - Air Force
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
    McDonnell Douglas
    1319/SFC003
    J-5003
    Meiringen
    Switzerland
    April 2012
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#2108242
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May 23, 2012
Caption
Elephant walk : the Swiss way
Width
1200px
Height
822px

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Comments (13)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Insert Henry Mancini’s ‘Baby Elephant Walk’ here
Anonymous
4 years ago
just out for a drive around the countryside. then the pilots all stopped, got out of their cockpits. and had a lovely picnic on the grass....
Anonymous
4 years ago
Not an elephant walk.. Seem's like a Hornets walking outside those nest. It's very pretty shot, but where they keeps there's honey?
Anonymous
4 years ago
What a sight this would be if this was on a highway.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Hey buddy, this is a normal highway!!
Hornets being taxied out of their hiding places onto the runway for take off.
Of course cordoned off by police!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Well done Pierre, congrats!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
I was there a few weeks ago! It's amazing! The taxiways are crossing regular civil roads and at the crossroad is only a soldier who stops the cars and children on their bikes. Like a traffic policeman! No fences! It's paradise on earth! :D If you don't pay attention, the wingtip hits your head! ^^
Anonymous
4 years ago
I always knew this had to be how Air Force pilots go to work XD
Anonymous
4 years ago
Best picture ever of fighters on the ground.
Green fields and trees is a great landscape; even more then the sea.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Lets hope they don't get a ticket for speeding!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
"I think we took wrong turn somewhere back there. We should have been at runway by now..."
Anonymous
4 years ago
Funny. This is what happens when ex-bobsledders become pilots. Cool Runnings! Looks more like a runway Harriers might use.
Anonymous
1 year ago
This happens when the squad leader is an ex-truck driver.....