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| A visitor from - posted Sat December 17, 2011:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sun October 2, 2011:|
This is a really nice photo... they look like there glued together or something. 5 stars!
| A visitor from - posted Thu December 30, 2010:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun December 26, 2010:|
Really nothing left to say...!
tremendously superb, funtabulous, it seems like a miracle.......!
Irfan Azhar & ali raza shah, PAKISTAN.....!
| A visitor from - posted Fri October 1, 2010:|
This is marvelous
| A visitor from - posted Wed April 7, 2010:|
Nothing Left to say !!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu March 4, 2010:|
| A visitor from Portugal posted Sun September 6, 2009:|
If #2 was a little forward, the formation would be too perfect to be true. The aircraft would be piloted by Gods instead of humans.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 20, 2008:|
Wow ! only one radar signature but ...surprise ! There are more people at the "party" than expected. I lift my hat to salute those Top Guns of the acrobatic air shows world
| A visitor from India posted Wed September 10, 2008:|
| A visitor from United States posted Fri August 22, 2008:|
That shot takes great timing. Great five Star photo.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat May 24, 2008:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun November 4, 2007:|
| A visitor from United States posted Fri August 24, 2007:|
Awsome shot 5 stars no dout my next desktop wallpaper.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu December 21, 2006:|
That is one formation, I've seen the red arrows do that before and it is heat-wrenching to watch!
| A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Sat November 18, 2006:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
This is not Photoshopped - I've never seen the Angels do this but I have several similar photos that I took of the Thunderbirds doing something very similar at Mildenhall in 1998 (I think - it was the US Air Force 50th birthday show and their only European appearance that year, I do know that). For some reason European teams don't go in for this kind of "welded wing" flying, which made it all the more memorable to see when the THunderbirds did it. Full marks to these pilots for the skill displayed!
| A visitor from Morocco posted Sun September 18, 2005:|
The positions of the aircrafy is really impressing and we almost think that one is touching the other ...
But the quality of photo is quite average