Monday, February 09, 2009

Photos: More from Aero India 2009 rehearsals


I took a ride in an F-16 Block 60 Desert Falcon (fourth photo from the bottom -- notice the "Super Viper" logo painted towards the tail) this afternoon at the Yelahanka air force station. I'm officially in the 9G club. Photos and more tomorrow. My neck still hurts.

15 comments :

Maximus said...

Wow! Keep them coming!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Shiv..9G dammm..thats cool. Was this F16 specifically built for the IAF MRCA contract.

Tejaswy said...

So you are the Nth member of the 9g club

Anonymous said...

shiv, who is that woman in the last pic?

Anonymous said...

shiv did u have an orgasm @ 9G?

Pavan Vedantam said...

Wow, some negativity going on here, are these folks from pakistan or china ?, anyways awesome pics shiv, i appreciate the effort, keep em' coming.
P.S: I am a big fan of your posting, i am interested in military aviation and regularly read your blog. Keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

who is that auntie............?

Anonymous said...

who is that auntie............?

Anonymous said...

annon @11:10 AM u can call those folks what you wantas what ever but shiv is an american.......... american are backstabers, traitors, cowards..........

Anonymous said...

and there is MiG 35 the real winner of the MMRCA competition, barring political/international pressure (obama's -'yes india you r capable of flying f16' , curruption and a media campaign.......russians have been the pioneers always............hats off!!

Anonymous said...

and there is MiG 35 the real winner of the MMRCA competition, barring political/international pressure (obama's -'yes india you r capable of flying f16' , curruption and a media campaign.......russians have been the pioneers always............hats off!!

Anonymous said...

who is the IAF person in the 5th pic...........

prasun k sengupta said...

why is that guy howling in the 9th pic?
is he giving a blowjob to that aircraft?

Anonymous said...

he is yawning..

Anonymous said...

maybe he is giving instructions to the pilot to "stand at ease" in the cockpit.