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USMC AV-8B HARRIER IN IRAQ

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Added by: serpa6, 09-15-2015
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Awesome video of the US Marines Corps combat jet fighter, the AV-8B jump jet. All mostly footage during OIF in 2003.

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09-16-2015, 03:48 PM #89260
CuChi    
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Great post. Thanks Serpa.
I just love the Harrier. She was developed primarily for use in the European Theatre -- keep it in a barn roll it out and up you go. I watched 'em do it around northern Germany many years ago.
You yanks showed it can be used anywhere.
   
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