Something from Istrana [LIPS/ISA]

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Something from Istrana [LIPS/ISA]

Post by grappa »

Hi there, just a few shots from the local AMX moving around the base

ImageAMX by Simone Gazzola, su Flickr

ImagecoppiaAMX by Simone Gazzola, su Flickr

ImageAMX-T ACOL by Simone Gazzola, su Flickr
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Nice ones Grappa!
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Post by Raptor25 »

Very nice and thx for sharing :D
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Post by Bennie »

I can't remember when I last saw an AMX... Great to see they are still active... Rare species!! 8)
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Post by CR-74050 »

Beautiful light, great shots!

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