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Picture of the Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk aircraft

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A visitor from - posted Tue February 14, 2012:
Probably the only time that a formation of fighters and attackers can be called "Invisible Thunder"

A visitor from United States posted Fri October 21, 2011:
I'm gonna cry... this is so amazing, its hard to put into words. Thank you for this shot!

A visitor from - posted Thu September 8, 2011:
... and to think that they would appear as a flock of birds on radar.

A visitor from Colombia posted Thu September 1, 2011:
The Night Hawk are incredible!

A visitor from - posted Thu July 14, 2011:
Totally Stealth!... and Invisible!!!

A visitor from Australia posted Sun March 6, 2011:
Power!!!!

A visitor from Australia posted Sun June 28, 2009:
An extremely expensive photoshoot!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon June 8, 2009:
Anyone noticed a F22 has a clear cockpit cover while the other one has a gold one?

A visitor from Australia posted Mon May 25, 2009:
Looks like CGI, if for no reason other than the absolutely perfect composition...

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun May 24, 2009:
Funny thing there should not be any image on the radar!

A visitor from - posted Thu May 21, 2009:
Because it has been captured in a great moment

A visitor from - posted Tue May 19, 2009:
Amazing view... amazing planes...

A visitor from United States posted Sun December 7, 2008:
"The parents watching over their children"

This is fantastic!!! One of the best shots I have seen here on Airliners!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat October 18, 2008:
Really man.. 5 stars without a doubt
I've seen B-E-A-utifull pictures on Airliners.net
but I'm 100% sure to say that this really is the greatest picture of aviation..
all the best!

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat May 17, 2008:
This has no rival for best picture

A visitor from United States posted Fri May 16, 2008:
No that's what you call airpower. Go USAF!

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Fri May 16, 2008:
4 black diamonds will glitter forever!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat March 15, 2008:
My god! This is a great shot man! You are dead if you see them!!

A visitor from Spain posted Tue March 11, 2008:
It is the best!

A visitor from Turkey posted Fri December 21, 2007:
Cool :)

A visitor from United States posted Wed December 19, 2007:
Go U.S.A.F

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 20, 2007:
F-117 will remain as the most interesting looking aircraft at all time, even long after their retirement. Very beautiful shot of these nighthawks doing perhaps one of their last demostration flights!

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 6, 2007:
Wow. Don't mess with us! It will be sad to see these birds go - hopefully all of the F-117s will go to museums, it would be a tragedy to see them scrapped.

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 27, 2007:
This is such a rare and exciting shot!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 15, 2007:
It is by far one of the best military photos I have ever seen! Excellent shot!

A visitor from United States posted Sat September 15, 2007:
Hands down the best military picture on this site

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat September 15, 2007:
This outstanding photo makes me remember the old times from that classic game "F-22 Raptor", and its several missions that we, leading a 2 F-22 squadron, escort a group of F-117A... For me this photo is a perfect memory from that old times... Excelent!

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 15, 2007:
Nice to see all those beautifull planes in formation...!

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 15, 2007:
Wow that is one of the most impressive air power shots I've ever seen! What an incredible experience that must have been. Well done!

A visitor from India posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Now thts wht i call *standard .......something which sets these planes apart from the others.

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Wow! 5 stars! This photo made my day! Looks like a movie scene!

A visitor from Colombia posted Fri September 14, 2007:
The invisble formation.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Excellent shot! First generation meets next generation.

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Probably the most "expensive" shot on a.net! So much high-tec military hardware in one shot, and I have yet to see its parallel. Definitely 5 stars.

A visitor from China posted Fri September 14, 2007:
The Invisible!!This pic really rocks! 5stars for sure

A visitor from Australia posted Fri September 14, 2007:
Easily the best image I have ever seen of military aircraft. Absolutely fantastic. 5+ stars!

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