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F-18 Hornet sonic booms past an aircraft carrier!
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A B-52 slides down the port side of USS Ranger (CV-61) in its typical nose down cruise attitude. Though it looks like it, this is not PhotoShopped.
February '89 off the coast of Mexico, while Forrestral-class Ranger was conducting training for an upcoming WestPac-Indian Ocean deployment (24 February–24 August 1989), two B-52s called the carrier and asked if they could do a fly-by, and the carrier air controller said yes. When the B-52s reported they were 9 kilometers out, the carrier controll...
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It's very, very rare for a USAF aircraft to do a fly-by below the flight deck of a carrier. But B-52s had been practising low level flights for years, to penetrate under Soviet radar. In this case, the B-52 pilots asked the carrier controller if they would like the bombers to come around again. The carrier guys said yes, and a lot more sailors had their cameras out this time. Photo was taken from the plane guard helicopter. C/O John Ardis.'/>
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