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McDonnell Douglas FA-18 Hornet (16-6674)


A surprise visit from four F/A-18s in the "Blacklion" (VFA-213) squadron. This aircraft has the speedbrakes deployed and is slowing down on runway 33L.


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Isaac VogelzangPhoto Uploader
If anyone knows how to write the registration for this jet, can you let me know? I am not aware of how to do it.
Gary Schenauer
At the bottom, under your pic, reenter the six numerals without the N. Click SAVE. The FA program tends to want to auto-insert an N but it also recognizes six-numeral USN and USMC reg numbers as valid so it should accept your correction.
Isaac VogelzangPhoto Uploader
Thanks Gary! I just noticed the only other shot of this certain aircraft on FA was taken by you.
Terry Wright
marylou anderson
Using the brakes --- not nearly as much fun as catching the wire with the arrester hook.
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