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Friday, July 29, 2016

Harrier Night Landing

US Marines Harrier ATTACK PLANE Vertical Night Landing On USS Boxer
ARABIAN GULF June 18, 2016. U.S. Navy video by Craig Z. Rodarte

The red color disappears as soon as the aircraft touches down. Must not be much residual heat in the nozzles. And what's with the green light from the flashlight the deckhand is carrying? It used to be that red light was what you used for instruments for night flying, and then they started using blue lights to illuminate the interior of armored personnel carriers during night operations, and now they are using green lights on the flight deck at night. I'm getting a little confused.

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