Watching an army jet going sonic is insane!

This video features an F/A-18C breaking the speed of sound, leaving behind the tell tale and infamous “Sonic Boom”.

Army jets are sometimes responsible for loud booms heard around the world!

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  1. Sorry, but that aircraft is a U.S. NAVY jet. And we know this for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, the U.S. Army does not fly fighter jets- the Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps do. Secondly, only the Navy and Marine Corps fly the FA-18 aircraft. And third, and perhaps most importantly, that is an AIRCRAFT CARRIER- a NAVY asset. Although I’ve heard of Air Force pilots conducting limited landings aboard aircraft carriers, they are the nearly exclusive domain of Naval Aviators, i.e. Navy and Marine Corps.

    If you want to be taken seriously as a credible source of information, you should recognize the fact that all armed forces are not “Army” and refer to them by their proper service. Thanks. DCC (SW) Retired, U.S. Navy.


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