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So, Tif where did these get taken? Hopefully not over the United States soil?

I'll try to find out, I have some friends that will know.

Friend does not know what this is; Damn, He's an Air Force pilot from Vietam, Thought sure he would know.

From another friend,,, in the UK,.
This man is Brit special forces.
He says Jet is an F-16, Helicopter is Israeli,,,,
Helicopter an AH-64D Saraf, also Israeli Air Force, not French

Well Rooster, this friend was from the Vietnam era; I was a U.S. Navy Boiler Technician/Boilermaker and I have never been a pilot. I went straight from High School to my ship in 1974. To me it looked similar to an f-16 but I could not be sure.

Spec Ops friend in UK says not French, Israeli,,,,,,,

Helicopter is Israeli Saraf
Jet is F-16.
US sold them to both Israel and France, plus a few others.

Tif, I got this reply from my friend over in UK, He's speaking to you here.

Realise the lady on your site is quite convinced and agree the Saraf (Saraph) is quite a large old bird. If it helps her, note the V insignia on tail boom below and aft of engines, is on all Israeli AF helicopters as an identification symbol.

Appolz to her for short answer earlier, was sea angling and Iphone screen not the best



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