The musings, rants, and dissertations of three retired military guys. Two Air Force, one Navy. The Old AF Sarge, Juvat, and Tuna.
Good stuff, yet again. I have a feelin' that footage was shot in Ypsilanti, home o 'many a brilliant airshow, back in the day.And NO cheesy music, either, thank The Deity At Hand fer small favors. :-)
It was indeed done at Ypsilanti.As to the cheesy music, lately when I look at videos to possibly share here on the old blog, the cheesy music factor plays a big part. The video had better be damned good if it has cheesy music. Fortunately the last couple have been sans cheesy music.
Great picture of the Hornet! I may steal it for use in a banner sometime!
It's very nice. I like it more every time I look at it.
Yours truly has never been fond of hornets, even less so since he was nine years old and was marched through a nest one day.It unfortunate that such a beautiful piece of machinery was given that name... even if it fits.
I always go with what the aircrew calls them. Though in the case of the legacy birds I'm not sure what that is, I'd have to do a little research.Though the so-called "Super Hornet" is called the "Rhino" by its crews.For various reasons I am led to believe...
Just be polite... that's all I ask. (For Buck)