Found this on YouTube. I like the howl of the typhoon, but these also made my trouser area quiver!!
No need, any aircraft based at Lossiemouth makes a personal visit to the valley (glen) my house looks over. Only a matter of time before they give me a waveTop tip, get up the slopes of Cader Idris the jets often sly above the road between the two mountains there
Worst case you get a good look at them on the loop
My first thought was: ' Christ - who'd be an AAA gunner ?'Found this on YouTube. I like the howl of the typhoon, but these also made my trouser area quiver!!
You firstMy first thought was: ' Christ - who'd be an AAA gunner ?'
Then I counted the number of shutter clicks the camera managed during the 23 second flypast...and thought about the fire rate of a 2K22 ( 3,900 and 5,000 rounds per minute )
hmmm.... stick to Hi-Lo-Hi gents
A lot of regular visitors listen to radio chatter, so they can get their gear ready if the jets are incoming. They're like less nerdy versions of train spotterswhere was the radio chatter coming from in the background to the original video? Presumably the cameraman talking to a spotter?
They’re worse. Having done a year on the airshow circuit there’s nothing worse than being held hostage by some overweight BO-infused inadequate with a scanner, notebook and hoofing camera who wants to tell you why you’re wrong about the Gem Engine whilst a queue of deserving disabled kids each want twenty seconds in the cockpit.They're like less nerdy versions of train spotters
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