All combat jets have one aspect about them that makes jaws drop everywhere. F/A-18s getting flung off of carriers, the sheer size of the B-52 and AC-130, and the massive gun of an A-10... But the Harrier takes the cake when it comes to psychological warfare. Because a fighter jet is the LAST thing you'd expect to see coming to a dead stop in mid-air...and stay there.
i know all the pilots, but the problem is, they all fly all the jets, none of them have a certain set jet, so if you could get me a date and time of the taken shot, i can look in the archives and find out. either way works =]
"Marines and those familiar with Marine Corps tradition will often object to the use of the term "former Marine" or "ex-Marine" because Marines are inculcated with the ethos "Once a Marine, always a Marine". The terms "former" or "ex" refer to something that once was, but is no longer, as Col Wesley L. Fox, USMC (Ret.) states in the welcoming theater video at the National Museum of the Marine Corps."