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ElfunkoI
02-17-2004, 11:26 PM
A while ago I told a story of 3 aircraft that buzzed me at 200 ft (ok, more realistically it was 900 ft about). I thought they were a Hellcat, another, and a small jet. I got hte small jet part right. In this months Pacific Flyer newspaper theres a nice picture (they flew Vic).

"The three-ship formation consisted of two North American T-28 Trojans and a Czech L-39 Albatros jet trainer. The lead T-28 was flown by Dana Mattner and her father Bob "Capt. Bubba" Grondzik, who bases the plane at Ramona Airport."

http://airpower.callihan.cc/images/Modern/YAFgof-t28.jpg

http://www.fa18-hornet.cz/cougar/galerie/siad/siad02/patricie/l39.jpg

See how small jet is.
http://www.budpocketguide.com/PHOTOSGALLERY/veres/nagy/L-39%20MIRROR.jpg

ElfunkoI
02-17-2004, 11:26 PM
A while ago I told a story of 3 aircraft that buzzed me at 200 ft (ok, more realistically it was 900 ft about). I thought they were a Hellcat, another, and a small jet. I got hte small jet part right. In this months Pacific Flyer newspaper theres a nice picture (they flew Vic).

"The three-ship formation consisted of two North American T-28 Trojans and a Czech L-39 Albatros jet trainer. The lead T-28 was flown by Dana Mattner and her father Bob "Capt. Bubba" Grondzik, who bases the plane at Ramona Airport."

http://airpower.callihan.cc/images/Modern/YAFgof-t28.jpg

http://www.fa18-hornet.cz/cougar/galerie/siad/siad02/patricie/l39.jpg

See how small jet is.
http://www.budpocketguide.com/PHOTOSGALLERY/veres/nagy/L-39%20MIRROR.jpg