F-18 few around and traps
VFA-211 Super Hornets bringing the $hit Hot Break and bagging a few traps onboard the USS Enterprise. Also known as the "Triple Nickel" (Breaking 500', 500kts and .5NM BEFORE the boat).
U.S. Marine Corps Capt. William Mahoney Fimed on the USS Bataan doing a perfect emergency landing with no front landing gear aboard a AV-8B Harrier . Dont know if this was uploaded already but one thing i have got to say about our aircraft We keep them in such good shape that this harrier looks like it just came off the production line :)
There was no description of this vid interesting system I have never seen before I hate the navy they get all the good toys lol jk
The twin-engine, all-weather, day or night F/A-18 Hornet is used for fighter escort, enemy air defense suppression, reconnaissance, air control, and the calling card of Marine Aviation: close air support.
This was the last demo flight of the F-14 Tomcat at Oceania Air show in 2005. I do not think this was ever posted before, they push her to her limits. I have seen the tomcat in demo flights on clear days with no wind. I have seen it fly at least 3 times but never pushed like this Enjoy
This vid is one i have never seen before and I have seen alot of them