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I was at the Jersey Shore today.

Saw big military planes from McGuire going down the beach at relatively low altitude. Higher than the banner towers.

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 Post subject: Re: Something zipping by at 221kts at 1000 feet
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Yea, we had some low-level high-speed tactical flying around here also.

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211kts really isn’t “zipping by”. It’s a brisk walk, at best.

If it’s the jersey shore, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was someone out of McGuire (perhaps a tanker) also using the Jedi callsign.


I've heard that call sign a few times talking to McGuire but I though they were talking to transports, C5's or 17's.


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Yea, we had some low-level high-speed tactical flying around here also.

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You can modify for Flight ID. But that’s just asking for a letter or visit from the FAA.


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I saw this in MI last year. I was at 280.


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I saw this in MI last year. I was at 280.

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I saw this in MI last year. I was at 280.

Bet you had to move quick to grab that image.


I'm actually suspicious of it. The Garmin Pilot info said UAT. I wonder if it was some UAT spoofing.

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Yea, we had some low-level high-speed tactical flying around here also.

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actually that is amazing
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Bet you had to move quick to grab that image.


I'm actually suspicious of it. The Garmin Pilot info said UAT. I wonder if it was some UAT spoofing.

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