Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by AlexT, Nov 20, 2013.
Friend saw this at a local Sam's club.
Anybody notice anything unusual?
Made in China?
The print? Yes I think so. Something else, however, just doesn't seem quite right.
It is a Mig 29 coming at you out of the American flag and the sunrise of freedom. Better check six, Buddy.
Yupper! You know your silhouettes spud!
Bingo! Well maybe. I actually think its an SU-27, NATO designation: Flanker.
I think you are right. I yield to my colleague.
In either case, it doesn't seem to belong in that picture.
So, where's the AIM-120 in that print?
...my USAFA class dinner had an F/A-18 on the front cover of the schedule of events.
Nice catch of a SU-27 . . .
Now that's funny. A while back, I remember seeing a t-shirt at an Annapolis gift shop with a picture of F-15s being launched off the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.
I guess with some graphic artists, an airplane is an airplane.
Still trying to figure out how they get that Tomcat launch and music coordinated with the kickoff. Kicker watches the screen?
Off to the Flanker's high 2 'Clock and about 2 seconds from impact.
There was a shirt at the musuem at the base in Pensacola that had a "Navy eagle" (the the one of the crest), but it was in fact the Coast Guard's officer hat brass. I bought it.
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