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* French Air Force (250)
* Ecuadorian Air Force (16 F1JA & 3 F1JE)
* Greek Air Force (40 F1CG)
* Gabonese Air Force (3 F1AZ) (1 may be an F1CZ)
* Iraqi Air Force (93 F1EQ & 15 F1BQ) (+16 not delivered)
* Royal Jordanian Air Force (17 F1CJ, 17 F1EJ & 2 F1BJ)
* Kuwait Air Force (27 F1CK & 6 F1BK)
* Libyan Air Force (16 F1AD, 16 F1ED & 6 F1DD)
* Royal Moroccan Air Force (30 F1CH & 20 F1EH)
* Qatar Air Force(13 F1EDA & 2 F1DDA)
* South African Air Force (32 F1AZ & 16 F1CZ)
* Spanish Air Force (42 F1CE, 24 F1EE & 6 F1BE)
Originally posted by Thoth36
These are pretty Extreme low level flying to me:
That F14 is a painting by the great airbrusher Dru Blair, you can see more here:
Originally posted by Seekerof
[edit on 29-9-2006 by Seekerof]
The title needs to be corrected.
Originally posted by PBscientist
I know a guy who was in the air force for about 20ish years (my math teacher, actually), and according to him, flying like that isn't that hard over flat areas because there is some effect that creates a pillow of air so you can't really crash into the ground. Same thing that keeps those weird cargo aircraft with the short wings that fly at 50 feet (can't think of the name) airborne.