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Phil Townrow
Nice to see the bionic budgie still flying
druck13
So that's where all our Harriers went!
Richard Whitmeyer
Bionic Budgie, Good one!
At an airshow I once witnessed one hovering and slowly climbing vertically. It was very loud!
Mason BeitzPhoto Uploader
Harriers are definitely the loudest jet I’ve ever seen in person! Thanks!
firewatch209
Mason, love the pic.
Yes, they definably are the loudest, worked with two each at NASA AMES and truly believe why my hearing is shot. (years running engine test cells didn't help)
Not fun to maintain, everything is wing off engine out, vis-a-versa. But I love to watch them fly and we had pilots that could make them dance.
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