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McDonnell Douglas FA-18 Hornet (16-8905)



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maximus geoffroy
I think someone should inform this contributor that this aircraft is no longer M.D ! This is a Boeing F-18 for over 20years !
rwb2112Photo Uploader
I have no control over that, Flightaware labels it MD, http://flightaware.com/photos/aircrafttype/F18
Philippe Andres
Nice picture nevertheless!
Philippe Burton
Super Hornet! Very nice!
peter ring
We all knew what it is, no need to pick on a contributor that way, It will always be a MD, no matter how big you spell Boeing on it, Very nice shot :-)
This is truly an outstanding photo of this type... and I will opine that whether you see it as a Boeing or a McDonnell Douglas, irregardless, its Northrop "DNA" remains very obvious!
Roy Hunte
Whatever happened the shutter speed was fast enough to catch the engine fans clearly
doug ogle
Love the long lens focal compression on this photo. 5 stars. Nice image!
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