• VW's-Travels
    87
    Some friends and I stopped up on Comb Ridge in SE Utah to eat lunch. We were perched up on the top of the ridge, way at the north end. I could see down into Monument Valley as well as Valley of the Gods..
    Holy Cazolli... Here came two military transport jets in formation flying low and up the Butler Wash side at eye level.
    The pilot in back broke and layed that huge thing over.. tipped the wings to say howdy.
    We waved!
    Pulled right back in after the pass.
    Just awesome!
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  • Ray
    403
    Wow!
  • RVsolar
    166
    Yup WOW !!!
    We are hoping to go to Rainbow Canyon otherwise named Star Wars canyon in California
    See the low level jets doing there training seen some video never needs to go.
  • Colibabas
    20
    Wow...that’s awesome!
  • Willie
    8
    Rainbow Canyon/Star Wars Canon is on the western side of Death Valley National Park, California, not Nevada.

    Some parts of eastern California look like Nevada, but make no mistake, those of us who live in California understand that our state taxes its citizens into the poor house and is more oppressive when it comes to civil liberties than Nevada and most other states.
  • John612
    5
    Yes and sadly we lost an F18 pilot the other day at that location when he angered in, also injuring several spectators.
  • RVsolar
    166
    sorry did not mean anything just a mistake.
  • RVsolar
    166
    hey could you please delete my post I can't seem to edit
    I got the wrong state.
  • RVsolar
    166
    That is just terrible never heard anything about that Crash .
  • Ray
    403
    I edited it for you. :) I'll increase the edit time to one week, the forum software defaulted to one day
  • Mike645
    12
    How neat, really good pictures, I would love to have seen those
    fly by. Margo
  • Logan X
    69
    Awesome pictures!
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