Photo Album: "UK mud movers"

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“Lots of low level action going on here”

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British Aerospace Hawk T1A
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UK - England, February 1, 2005
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XX278 / CD (cn 103/312103) Photographed low level this 100sqn came quite close to our photo location giving a clear view of the cockkpit operations. You can even make out the rank of the student and instructor. Note:This picture was a runner up in the Air International Magazine Aviation Photographer of the year Competition 2005.
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Panavia Tornado F3
Off-Airport - Machynlleth Loop area
UK - Wales, June 10, 2003
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ZE295 (cn 633/AS040/3282) The F-3 took the tight corner very low managing to remain below me all the way round. I zoomed in with a 400mm lens to fill the frame with the nose and cockpit. You can clearly see the navigator reading a low fly map of North Wales as he holds on with one hand!
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Lockheed C-130K Hercules C3P (L-382)
Off-Airport - Machynlleth Loop area
UK - Wales, July 20, 2004
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XV220 (cn 382-4247) Flying gracefully and very low through a Welsh valley. I really like to be the guy in the glass canopy on top of the fuselage, that sight must be amazing.
Gerhard Plomitzer
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British Aerospace Hawk T1A
Off-Airport - Machynlleth Loop area
UK - Wales, March 2005
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XX289 (cn 115/312114) The student gives us a salute as the instructor can clearly be seen flying the Hawk through the narrow Welsh valley.
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