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Dave Sheehy
I don't usually give 5* for a picture with no tags but WOW! View at full screen for full effect.
craig mccleaf
Great shot‼
cliff731
This F-15E Strike Eagle is USAF s/n 00-3000, msn 1366/E227, assigned to the 494th FS "Panthers", of the 48th FW, stationed at RAF Lakenheath in the U.K.
john greenstine
I immediately associated this picture with the UK location. It's especially fun to watch the old movie "633 Squadron" where the RAF Mosquitos are training in the same valleys for the big raid on Norway, then cut across to current videos with US and RAF aircraft snaking down the same valleys. The movie integrated authentic flybys with decent (for the day) in-cockpit pilot reactions and process screen shots out the cockpit. Not Star Wars quality, but quite OK. And, it looked like they burned real Mosquito hulks in the fire scenes.
Bill Woz
Awesome shot!!
amad0606
Mach loop?
mike okeefe
most likely from the Wales mountains. the 492nd and 494th practice minimum altitude flying there regularly. Have seen some pretty dynamite pix from there.
johnketcham
Pucker Power!!!
nycslc1
Oh Yeah!
PATRICK BURKE
F-15E s/n00-3000 msn 1366/E227 at RAF Lakenheath UK
rconwill
Just wondering: Where was the photographer standing when he took that shot? And after he took it, did he have on clean underwear?
Bart Booms
the water vapor on the wings looks cool

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