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A Low level flying JF-17 Thunder with full Afterburners

A low level fying JF-17 at Sunset. Copyrights: NAjAM

A Low level flying JF-17 Thunder with full Afterburners
Najam Khan, Jan 24, 2007
    • Keysersoze
      Planes generally don't do this kind of thing at low level......
    • Najam Khan
      Its not a simple plane...

      Its the thunder with a daring pilot inside.
    • Keysersoze
      I suggest that you learn about flight Najam.........Planes don't do hard turns at treetops....why? because they loose energy and crash......So next time you make a photoshop image remember that.
    • Najam Khan
      Thanks for info brother,

      But what do you think about this bird...isn't it too low


      http://img81.imageshack.us/img81/5499/corsairbankingattreetopjn1.jpg
    • Keysersoze
      The picture you have shown is of a prop plane which is slower with better handling at lower levels (with wings that provide more lift) also the angle is less acute (the wingtips are not facing the ground).
    • Najam Khan
      okeiz.

      Thanks.
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    JF-17/FC-1 Thunder
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    Najam Khan
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    Jan 24, 2007
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