HOW’S this for a selfie?

The co-pilot of an F-15 Strike Eagle jet snapped a pic while flying through Snowdonia National Park, where airmen regularly train in the so-called Mach Loop.

Photographer Paul Davidson, 46, took the incredible picture of the fighter jet as it screamed by.

The United States Air Force was performing drills with their F-15 Strike Eagle jets when Paul captured the weapons systems officer taking the selfie.

He said: “I didn’t see the Weapon Systems Officer using the mobile phone at first.

“It wasn’t until I got home and viewed the photo on computer that I saw they were using the handset.”

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Jets often use the area for low flying at speeds of up to 575mph and 500ft from the ground.

With a top speed of 1,875 mph, the fighter jets have previously been used for deep air strikes in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, and Libya.

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