For the record, this is not part of the United States Air Force:
Twitter users let them know:
Well, I guess it's a topical aircraft… https://t.co/gqIYg7Pj4j
— Nicholas Moran (@Chieftain_armor) February 14, 2022
Have you spotted what's wrong with your tweet yet?
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) February 13, 2022
Nice Mig. 😒 pic.twitter.com/Jk1I7LcMu7
— Laurie (@SmokyMtnGal12) February 14, 2022
Ummmm. That’s a Russian built MiG29….🤦🏼♂️
— Rob Phillips (@CPTAHAB676) February 13, 2022
This is as accurate as your photo! pic.twitter.com/vDFHVh7S9D
— Donovan Reef (@reef_donovan) February 14, 2022
The day I see a MiG doing ballgame flyovers pic.twitter.com/kBSoE5Fz69
— Seb (@Sebastianos15) February 14, 2022
The bad part isn’t that they posted it. Mistakes happen and most working for California governments aren’t known for military acumen. The bad part is the post was still up early morning Monday.