You have the eyes of a fighter pilot if you can spot 9 jets perfectly camouflaged in the sky

YOU have the eyes of a fighter pilot if you manage to find the nine perfectly camouflaged jets in this picture.

Even the sharpest among us will find it difficult to seamlessly integrate the fleet into the background.

Can you spot the nine jets in this picture?


Can you spot the nine jets in this picture?Photo credit: Reddit/r/FighterJets

The tricky scene caused people to have difficulty finding the nine planes.

If you squint hard enough, you might be able to see them.

Don’t panic if you didn’t find the fleet right away.

If you look long enough, you’ll spot all nine jets hidden right under your nose.

Have you managed to find them or will you rack your brains?

If you’re still having trouble, focus on the center of the frame and you’ll be amazed by the jets’ incredible stealth abilities.

Still nothing? Don’t worry, but be prepared to have your mind blown when the answers are circled in the image below.

The optical illusion was shared on Reddit and left users completely amazed.

“I had to zoom in for this, I love it,” one wrote.

Another added: “Things are never quite what they seem!”

Fancy another challenge? Try to spot the wild leopard camouflaged in the green monsoon grass in less than 15 seconds.

The wild animal, lurking somewhere in the undergrowth, was captured by photographer Sourabh Bharti and obtained by Getty.

Leopards are found in over 35 countries in Africa and are considered “loners”. African Wildlife Foundation.

The optical illusion proves that this aspect of the animal is true, as there is only a single leopard hidden inside.

Start a timer for 15 seconds and scan the optical illusion as quickly as possible.

All nine jets can be seen exactly in the center of the image


All nine jets can be seen exactly in the center of the imagePhoto credit: Reddit/r/FighterJets

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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