Aviation Photo #2048643 Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet - USA - Navy

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EXPERT ripping through Rainbow Canyon. VFA-122 "Flying Eagles"
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    Ralph Duenas - Jetwash Images
    USA - Navy
    Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet
    Boeing F/A-18/EA-18 Hornet/Growler
    Boeing F/A-18/EA-18 Hornet/Growler
    Boeing
    1512/F016
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    NJ-100
    Rainbow Canyon area
    California
    USA
    December 2011
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Photo Added: January 13, 2012

Comments (19)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Ralph, you magnificent bastard! Well done, sir!
Anonymous
4 years ago
AMAZING! But looks like when FSX lags and becomes all pixelated :P 5/5 shot!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Now that is hot! Good on the screener for not rejecting it as well. Richard
Anonymous
4 years ago
Flying Eagles? This one looks Browsing Eagle :)
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Anonymous
4 years ago
Amazing :o)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow what a brilliant looking camo! Fantastic!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Figures - first their uniforms, now this. I'm curious what it would look like at a distance when the digital pattern is no longer discernible.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Awesome image - what a paint scheme! GarryR
Anonymous
4 years ago
I don't see a plane....
Anonymous
4 years ago
I see a MIG-29, nice bird eye view and pixels !
Anonymous
4 years ago
Now someone needs to paint the countryside blue for this SuperHornet's "Camo" to work properly!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Cool shot, but I dont' understand this 'digital' camo. It totally stands out against the ground, what happened to colour-appropriate paint schemes, and organic shapes that fit in better with the earth, which is itself is organic and not digital?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow! THat looks nice. Btw, what are those small openings between the vertical tailfins? They look like openings at least.
Anonymous
4 years ago
I love this picture! Absolutely perfect angle that really helps in appreciation of the paint scheme. To the visitor below, I would say that the camo is likely meant to emulate the digital camo pattern of the navy working uniform. You can also see the text on just behind the canopy commemorating the 100th anniversary of US Naval aviation.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Aircraft is tough to see as it blends in perfectly with the terrain.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great angle, few people get to see, of the paint scheme commemorating 100 years of naval aviation. Only one of it's kind.
Anonymous
4 years ago
I'll speculate, it may be a counter satellite detection camo-scheme...
Anonymous
4 years ago
OK...I give up...all I see is desert...where's the plane?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Millions of dollars spent developing the perfect camo schem...and then the pilots wear gloss-white bone-dome helmets. ;)

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