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My first of two posts for today is a snap of the VFA-25 "Fist Of The Fleet" CAG bird, an F/A-18E, passing over the keys of runway 31L as it returns to NAS Fallon after participating in a TOPGUN training sortie. When at sea, VFA-25 flies from the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75). NAS Oceana is the home port of the "Fist Of The Fleet" Super Bugs.


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Dwight Hartje
Another great shot and catch, Gary!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Hey, Dwight, Howdy again. :-) TYVM for the compli. And congrats on those captures of yours out in the rain. Difficult conditions to do photography in, and you ended up with some super snaps out there. Bravos!
Mark Lansdell
That's an impressive photo. The right place at the right time or vary patient. Either way it's a gooder. Thanks.
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
And my Thanks back to you, Mark. I appreciate the comment.
Those two Gibraltar shots of yours are tres cool. Do you have those in a larger size or any more like those (of activity at the crossing)?
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