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Cessna Skyhawk (N43025) - He floated it for us at the viewing stand, while waiting for two more to take off.
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Cessna Skyhawk (N43025)


He floated it for us at the viewing stand, while waiting for two more to take off.


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could never be confused for a Cessna Skyhawk
Taye Larfa
Its not a cessna skyhawk it an apache helicopter
Paul Wisgerhof
AH-64 is a very long way from a C172.
Michael Digby
A sheep in a wolves clothing
Good disguise.
Peter Quadagno
Transformers; it's really a bot
Robin Rebhan
Nice photo!
terry kelsey
I know it was a long time ago, and my memory isn't what it used to be...but that doesn't look like the Skyhawk I took my first lesson in.
William Owens
A most stealthy hologram of the Texas border patrols latest venture into cloaking…Donald Trump designed the idea and concept…8
Brian Rushfeldt
after taking lSD the guy saw a Cessna
Dan Brink
Now thats funny........ Did anyone tell the Army they must reconfigure all their Apaches?
Greg Byington
Nice pic of an Apache, Gene! You might want to try using "H64" as the Aircraft Type Code.
Charles Pyle
Damn, Cessna’s really branching out
David Simpson
John Yarno
Now THAT is what I call a clever disguise. It looks exactly like an Apache helicopter... ;-}
Douglas Hoff
Super stealth. Shows up on radar as a C172!!!??? Really get the enemy confused!!!
Great shot!

"Here's looking at you, kid!" Scary!
Donna Yost
Great pic of the Longbow system on the AH-64!
思喆 王
This is not C172!!!
It's Apache!!!
思喆 王
It's APACHE!!!
Larry Toler
I know you're taking a ribbing for mislabeled, but it is funny. Great shot. I need to go to PDK more often like I used to.
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