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Dec 10

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preunit says:

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Plus 10 more  check the last one over water, that sonic boom broke a lot of windows on the surrounding boats :lol:

Cheers gunga :smile

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Jan 11

Posts: 8426

snev says:


I'm getting a hard-on:roll eyes:

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Jul 08

Posts: 4462

ninjachica says:

Number 3

I guess if that had gone wrong, it would still be an awesome clip, just in a different way. :blink:

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Aug 02

Posts: 1001


and the Nimrod's (well i remember them as i did the scaffolding in the hangers for insulation up in Kinloss. Late 60s early 70s i think)

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Aug 07

Posts: 6169

stevebaldy says:

big balls to number 3 for

not flinching at that..!... even he would have hit the deck with this nutter......This is what you call LOW............!!!!

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Apr 11

Posts: 855

Richnotrich says:

No Sonic boom from that F18 Hornet

What you're seeing there is an effect with a snappy little name that rolls off the tongue "The Prandtl-Glauert Singularity". It's seen when the humidity is right and an object gets close to breaking the sound barrier.

This is real sonic boom and as you can see this Hornet is moving a lot quicker.

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Jun 09

Posts: 1050

Amateurcynic says:

Love the Vulcan

Some awsome passes, bunch of nutters (probably ride bike in their spare time:wink:)

Used to watch the Phantoms wave hopping down the Falklands 'till one of the twits got a little too wet!!:wacko:

Mt Kent was quite a hoot, could probably have toasted yer bread at the cliff face they got that bloody close! (would've used a long toasting fork as I'm not too good wi heights! :blink:)  

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Jan 10

Posts: 3511

Beelady says:

I love the Vulcan too.

Saw it flying at Dunsfold last summer. I was totally mazed with it and when it finally left I found I was crying. Hundreds of people stood there, clapping and I wasn't the only one with tears running. I don't understand what happened but if I get another chance to see it I'll be there.

I'm a bit keen on WW2 planes. Get a lot of flypasts from Spitfires etc. where we live as we're right next to a WW2 airfield. and there's a great museum there now. Love the hammering when Spitfires dive downwards.

Also like F14's, which are pretty awesome when they almost come to a standstill overhead so you can wave to the pilot then almost knock you flat when they vanish in what seems like a split second. Magic.

Maybe I would have been happier as a pilot. The NHS is very tame in comparison :smile

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Feb 11

Posts: 2633

gungerdin8 says:

glad u like it unit/ nutters

gimme a go in 1 o them jets id love that !

ps m your exempt from the nutter quote xxxx

regards the gungossssssss:ph43r:

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Aug 02

Posts: 29375

Kamchat says:

Reminds me of

this one old fave - What a great spectacle.

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Jan 10

Posts: 3511

Beelady says:

That's wonderful!

I wish I'd been there. Incredible. :smile

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