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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D90
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10/16000 second
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Apr 25, 2010, 12:39:40 AM
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F35 test flight by sandwedge F35 test flight by sandwedge
F35 test flight
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:iconjdmimages:
jdmimages Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2010
Nice shot. Too bad I am really starting to dislike this airplane and Lock-Mart.
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:iconsandwedge:
sandwedge Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2010  Professional Photographer
yeah...there is that
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:iconjdmimages:
jdmimages Featured By Owner May 6, 2010
Of course I will still shoot this plane, I just don't like it very much. Nothing against you. Congrats on getting a shot of it.

JM
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:iconatmosphotography:
Atmosphotography Featured By Owner May 7, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I feel the exact same way about this aircraft. I went out to NAS Ft. Worth to see this airplane every chance I got, but I can't stand this airplane.
What we have here is an F-111. This airplane will be a complete disaster when it finally goes operational.
Until then, I can't wait to finally get a good shot of it.
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ArtistToaster Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
Just a question, but why don't you like it? It's ridiculously beautiful, in my opinion.
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:iconatmosphotography:
Atmosphotography Featured By Owner Edited Aug 10, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Let's see, where do I start.

The F-35 was sold to the American people as one airframe for three services, so that parts commonality and training would be simplified. Now we're told that it has less than a 32% parts commonality between the three variants. My Honda has at least a 33% parts commonality with the F-35!
Poorly designed tailhook on the Charlie model means that after more than a decade of testing, the aircraft still has not successfully made a carrier trap, and the tailhook had to be completely redesigned.
Budget Overruns, delays in operational testing, can't turn, can't climb, can't fight, isn't stealthy, and destroys the last shreds of specialized military hardware in our fleets. The Navy doesn't want it, but now they're stuck with it.
Then, there's this travesty. www.pogo.org/blog/2013/03/2013…
It's pretty much the worst aircraft that the US Government has ever purchased.

Reading recommendation: Boyd: The Fighter Pilot Who Changed the Art of War by Robert Coram.
www.amazon.com/Boyd-The-Fighte…
This book will change your life.
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ArtistToaster Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2014
Hm. I think that's really interesting. Thanks for telling me.
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:iconsandwedge:
sandwedge Featured By Owner May 6, 2010  Professional Photographer
no no i know... hate it when the bs gets in the way of fun...
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:icone-davila-photography:
Looks like an F22
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ArtistToaster Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
F-22's are flatter and are twin engine. Probably the main thing that I use to separate them.
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