This is what looks like to fly an F-16 in close formation with two Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets

An impressive set of pictures (most probably taken with a GoPro camera) has been published by the  Royal Danish Air Force’s Fighter Wing Skrydstrup on Facebook.

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The photos were taken during training sorties over Italy, where the Danish Fighter Wing is currently deployed for the exercise Winter Hide 2013.

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In this post, you’ll find three stunning images, two of those show the Danish F-16s in close formation with a couple of Eurofighter Typhoons of the Italian Air Force.

For more, visit FWSKP Facebook page.

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Image credit: RDAF /FWSKP

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