Watch: Breathtaking Fighter Jet Low Passes Just Over the Sea
Naval aviation is something we always love and admire here at militaryfighterjets.com. It is just very interesting to see how things are done at aircraft carriers in the sea. Naval forces use a different set of technologies for operating fighter jets on ships. What is even greater to see is how fighter jets low passing just above the sea. So we prepared this amazing compilation of Fighter jet low passes just above seawater exclusively for our naval aviation fans.
#1 Extreme Low Pass By Hellenic Air Force F-4 Phantom
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is an American two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather, low range supersonic fighter bomber developed by the Mcdonnell Aircraft. This aircraft still got a lot of fans all over the world even if it was retired by the US Airforce. This aircraft was also the only aircraft used by both US Navy Blue Angels demonstration team and USAF Thunderbirds demonstration team.
Watch how a skilled Greek pilot almost touches the waves of the Aegean sea while passing near a Greek warship. According to the description of the video, the F-4 is flying just 5 feet above sea level.
#2 A-7 Corsair II Low Fly Over
The LTV A-7 Corsair II is also an American carrier-capable subsonic light attack aircraft designed by the Manufacturer Ling-Temco-Vought. This aircraft was introduced in 1967 as a replacement for the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk. The version of A-7 in this video is said to be an A-7H, which is a variation developed by the manufacturer for their first international sale and was sold to the Hellenic Air Force.
Enjoy this A-7H Corsair low flyby over the sea.
#3 Very Close Low Pass Fly By French Dassault Rafale
The Dassault Rafale is a French twin-engine multirole fighter aircraft designed and built by the Dassault Aviation. This aircraft is primarily used by the French Air and Space Force, French Navy, Indian Air Force, and the Qatar Emiri Air Force. Turbofan, Snecma M88 Engine powered Rafale can gain a top speed of 1,912 km/h.
This video is surely a very low pass by the Rafale, but could it also be a near miss by the pilot?