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The port side of an Apache WAH-64 Longbow at Dawlish Warren in Devon at 1000hrs Friday 23/08 as a prelude for the Air Show next day.On show here are the mounts for the Hellfire Missiles and Hydra 70 Rockets.
Texture by Cathair studios.
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good capture Richard xx
Thank you Lynn. Hope you are ok. x
– Country Pursuits
Totally devastating when armed ! Superb editing .
Hi Mark. Thank you kind sir for your lovely comment. Glad it wasn’t armed, as it would have blown the pub up. LOL.
Good morning Cliff. Thank you for your comment and continued support. Very much appreciated.
Great lines and capture Richard .. unarmed is the best!
Thank you Susie and I agree, better unarmed, especially as I was in the firing line. LOL.
Gosh Richard, what a formable looking weapon this looks, what a great capture
Thank you Malcolm. Well, they have this on both sides of the craft, plus up front under the fuselage, a 30mm cannon. I would not like to be on the receiving end of that either.
great work Richard :)
Thank you Sarah. Glad you like it. x
Very original and excellent image!!
Many thanks Gene for your lovely comment and for the fave also. Very much appreciated.
Fabulous work Richard!
Many thanks Roy for your great comment and for the fave also. Very much appreciated.
Excellent shot , wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of that when it’s armed
Thank you Jez. Glad you like it. Even unarmed, it still looks an awesome machine.
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