The Sonic Boom

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One comment

  • wade

    i like This Robert, you are showing Many people what sonic booms are like. when i was a kid, there regular flights overhead of F 100s and F104s that resulted in Grandmothers pictures falling off the wall. Booms from seemingly No Where that shook the whole house and made the ground rumble. in these days, one sonic boom would cause a mass panic. it is Trulyn a different world today.

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