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Always Mezmerizing, when it appeared, the B-2 Stealth Bomber made slow and amazingly silent fly-overs, letting the crowd get a good, long look at the mysterious, black, flying triangle.
The View From #308
At the turn of the 21st Century, the McDonalds U.S. Military Air & Sea Show was five days on which the sky over Fort Lauderdale, The Galt Ocean Mile, and The Ocean Club was filled with men and women, flying the best machines American Science, Technology, and Imaginative Thought could come up with, including A-10 Tank-Killers, Blackhawk Helicopters, F-18 Hornets, and three High-Speed, B-1 Stealth Bomber Fly-Bys.
Always exciting (and fun) to watch, at least when their not shooting at you.
• THE CLUB (Galt Ocean Mile / Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
The Salty Pineapple
The Tropical Zeppelin
A caption here for the Goodyear Blimp, a common site on South Florida’s Atlantic Coast
A B1-Stealth Bomber shows off its raw power.
Contrast In Flight
The silent and slow B2 Stealth Bomber fly-over was mezmerizing, but striking was seeing it pass Goodyear’s Famous Flying Billboard.
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B2 Condominium Pass
Run Home Girl
The Main Event
Ocean Club to Yankee Clipper