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Aircraft images

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ArtStation - Killswitch Concept Combat Aircraft Part 4, Tom Alfaro

A fictional, near-future variable-geometry aircraft, designed to facilitate complex characters, narratives and decision-making in entertainment and virtual experiences. Even more to follow...

Three Lockheed Starfire interceptors in flight

These are the most stunning Lockheed Martin Military Aircraft Images. Find these and thousands more high quality military images here on Military Machine.

The largest aircraft ever built 🚀 The machine has 2 fuselage and is powered by 6 B747 engines. Its wingspan, 117 meters, is bigger than a football field! #avgeek CTTO @AvgeeksFR (Twitter)

CAG birds over Persian G. in Op. SOUTHERN WATCH. VA-75 Sunday Punchers (Enterprise) & VA-196 Main Battery (Vinson)'96 pic.twitter.com/LZzVa9ZFmo

“CAG birds over Persian G. in Op. SOUTHERN WATCH. VA-75 Sunday Punchers (Enterprise) & VA-196 Main Battery (Vinson)'96”

Caudron C-460 Farale art. from a page of Caudron aircraft images collected on flickr by kitchener.lord - who has many other aviation albums, check it out.

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The first USAF missions in the Southeast Asia | This RT-33A … | Flickr

This RT-33A flew secret reconnaissance missions in the spring of 1961 under the code name PROJECT FIELD GOAL. The first USAF missions in the Southeast Asia War were reconnaissance flights. These top-secret flights confirmed communist activity in South Vietnam and Laos and led to greater U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia. A camera-equipped C-47 flew the first missions until it was shot down by anti-aircraft fire in March 1961 (killing all but one aboard). The USAF then used an RT-33A under…

Percival Mew Gull racer

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