I was an aviation weather forecaster for 15 years for the Air Force. I work now as a loadmaster flight instructor for CAE at Keesler AFB, MS. I also fly as a dropsonde systems operator and load master with the Hurricane Hunters at Keesler AFB, MS. I have been an amateur photographer for 25 years. I am also a private pilot.(None of the photos on my blog are official Air Force photos)
In the Eye of Felix
Uploaded by: LRandyB
Monday September 3, 2007
Caption: The first eyewall penetration was a bit rough but not too bad. The wind field was incredibly tight.We had winds less than 50 knots at flight until we got within a few milesof the eyewall. Once inside, the plane was surrounded on radar by a ring of high winds and rain.
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