• Anonymous coward on 2005-Oct-03 05:42:00 Anonymous coward said

    holy shit, is this a dummy o this fully loaded f-16 seriouly crashed.coz if it is , then the pilot must be watching too much of HOT SHOT.
  • Anonymous coward on 2005-Oct-28 09:47:43 Anonymous coward said

    It seems, lately, that there is an epidemic of US military pilots landing on things that aren't runways or carriers...
  • Anonymous coward on 2006-Apr-25 22:10:16 Anonymous coward said

    Nawwww. I think it is a new-fangled artillary piece camouflaged as a downed aircraft. Who would ever expect a downed aircraft to shoot 18" rounds 30 miles?
  • Anonymous coward on 2006-Oct-12 08:43:09 Anonymous coward said

    phil whit
    This is a Danish F16 which experience braking problems when landing at Bagram in Afghanistan. The pilot ejected safely but the aircraft ended up in a minefield at the end of the runway. Aircrafwas recovered by a Chinook helicopter a couple of days later.
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Feb-26 17:28:34 Anonymous coward said

    The pilot was American and contracted to fly the A/c to Bagram. Nothing wrong with the brakes. Just came in too fast with NVGs on. Walked out of the minefeild w/o a scratch. Only wound was his Ego.
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Aug-18 00:03:59 Anonymous coward said

    Keep looking, keep looking, as soon you see that rabbit open fire.
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Oct-10 20:57:37 Anonymous coward said

    Reg couldn't afford a nose wheel for his new jet so decided to graft on a set of compressor wheels instead.
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Nov-04 02:26:42 Anonymous coward said

    Needed some electricity? but no cable on the generator
  • Anonymous coward on 2007-Dec-03 16:51:24 Anonymous coward said

    Friends, I am reading all the comments to try & find some interesting data about the photos, but mostly is stupid comments trying to be funny, since most jokes are at the anal stage, and they continuously mis-spell, I guess they must be kids.


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