Aviation Photo #0568705: General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (401) - USA - Air Force


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    USA - Air Force
    General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon (401)
    General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (401)
    General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon (401)
    General Dynamics
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    6
    Millville - Municipal
    New Jersey
    USA
    April 30, 2004
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#0568705
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May 02, 2004
Caption
Practice day at Millville shows the two solo aircraft in near perfect alignment. Amazing that they thought of painting the aircraft numbers upside down on the opposite side so they'd read correctly when photographed inverted.
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Comments (13)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow, great shot! That's about as perfect as you can get!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great!Air force is beautiful!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Precision flying captured at its best! You are there!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice sandwich, the only thing missing is the
mustard.
excellent!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is such an amazing picture!
Anonymous
9 years ago
The last Kama sutra update.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow! Now thats what I call a close shave! Perfect photo, very well done!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I can't believe! It's impossible! What's the mirror!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great Capture of amazing precision.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Skills!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Right which one of you super-glued the F16's together??? Brilliant shot and even more brilliant flying skills.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Call me Captain Obvious, but I think the inverted A/C is actually at least a wing length closer than the other. It looks slightly longer. But Art's capture looks like they are belly to belly. Well done.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Look at the pilot in the lower aircraft. He is hanging in his straps. His head is almost hitting the canopy...the bottom of his helmet is even with the top of his seat. I wonder how safe it is to eject inverted with all that slack?