When it deals with crazy low altitude flying in front of the camera, Argentine Air Force pilots are among the most frequently featured.
Their skills in this type of flying were particularly useful to conduct ultra low altitude attacks on British warships during the Falklands War (Malvinas) even if later flybys, in peacetime, were nothing more than quite dangerous improvised improvised airshows sometimes performed between shelters.
The latest video shows an Argentine C-130 performing a low passage on a group of photographers at Base Antártica Marambio, the main Argentine base in Antarctica.
The footage says it all.
Even if it is not as dangerous as previous ones, the flyby is still dangerous, especially because performed on people and not for operative reasons.