Video: Danish F-16 buzzing Storebæltsbroen bridge as seen from the cockpit (from an unsual point of view)

The following cockpit footage filmed from a quite unusual point of view shows two Royal Danish Air Force F-16s (not literally “buzzing” but) overflying the Storebæltsbroen in Denmark on a training mission.

Indeed, the camera attacked to the canopy gives a clear view of both the pilot (wearing a JHMCS helmet), the HUD (Head Up Display) and the Storebælt (the Great Belt Bridge), a 18 km long bridge that links the eastern and western parts of Denmark together.

Kudos to the Royal Danish Air Force (Flyvevåbnet) for uploading the video on the official Youtube channel.

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