The cool image in this post is a photo recreation from CVW-17 aboard USS Nimitz, showcasing an F/A-18C Hornet from VMFA-323. The original photo (bottom) was taken aboard USS Card aircraft carrier in 1943 and features CVE-11 showcasing a Grumman TBF-1 Avenger.
The original 1943 photo (which is shown below) was aimed to demonstrate that about 90 people were necessary, to get one Grumman TBF-1 Avenger in the air.
Can you tell how many people are necessary to get one F/A-18C Hornet in the air?
Photo credit: U.S. Navy via U.S. Naval Air Forces Facebook Page
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