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Wow, that jet, I suppose that's what it is, looks close to the buildings.
09/Dec/13 12:14 AM
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09/Dec/13 12:17 AM
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Are we sure this isn't photoshopped? I can't imagine a fighter jet being allowed so close to these towers with the afterburners pointed toward them. Something is wrong here.
09/Dec/13 3:39 AM
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It sure looks like a jet, and this makes for a very scary situation.
09/Dec/13 5:14 AM
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Might have been part part of an air show?
09/Dec/13 7:27 AM
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The photo has been taken from a plane.
09/Dec/13 7:28 AM
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Probably taken during the lead up to the car racing when the RAAF demonstrates their low speed ability of the FA18 or super hornet just before the start of the main race. Mr Bob
09/Dec/13 8:15 AM
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Probably an F18 or F16, but still too close.I still think the photo was altered. Too hazardous. Most flyovers and aerobatics take place at a higher altitude or away from high buildings.
09/Dec/13 8:40 AM
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Hello everyone!
I bet that woke the sharks up!!!!!
09/Dec/13 10:12 AM
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