Watch this video of a Libyan Mig-23 performing an insanely low flyby

The lowest and fastest flyby by a Libyan Mig-23 Flogger

We have already posted a cool shot showing FLAF (Free Libya Air Force) Mig-23 Flogger jets fly fast at ultra-low altitude on photographers at an airbase in Libya.

Here is the video filmed by a nearby cameraman.

Seven feet off the ground or more? Whatever, it’s a really a fast and low passage.

As already reported, the Libyan Air Force is currently believed to operate two MiG-23MLs (6472 based at Benina and 6132 based at al-Watiya) involved in the war of attrition against Libya Dawn forces.

H/T @Marguer_d for the heads up

 

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