Lethal F-35 shows all its weapons in impressive detail
I look at this amazing photo by Matthew Short and I can't help but to be amazed at the amount of brain power humans dedicate to the creation of perfect killing machines. It's sad and terrifying, yet I can't help it but to appreciate the genius and the aesthetics—all while I hate myself for wanting to be Darth Vader and flying one of them
Fascinating photos reveal how they built the SR-71 Blackbird
Fascinating photos reveal how they built the SR-71 Blackbird: Built and designed in the 1960s after the A-12 Oxcart, the SR-71 Blackbird is still the fastest, most vanguardist air-breathing airplane in the history of aviation. These once classified photos reveal how Lockheed built both birds in secret, in California. They look taken at the Rebel base in Hoth.
'Blue Angels' Poster by Airpower Art
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11 Photos That Show Why The SR-71 Blackbird Is One Of The Greatest Planes Ever
When it comes to curb appeal, few airplanes in history can match the look of the SR-71 “Blackbird.”
Ready for another demo ... - A brand new F-35B fighter jet is ready to give another impressive demo at the Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford, UK. © Kris Christiaens - www.kc-photography.be
The A-10 Warthog May Be Kept Out Of Retirement By Law
The U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt II AKA “Warthog” has become one of the most-recognized and beloved warplanes since it started flying in the 1970s. We’ve been hearing about its impending retirement—and the reason many in the armed services community are against that—for ages, but proposed legislation could keep it in the sky for at least a little longer.
27 January 2014: Marine Corps Lt. Col. Patrick Moran flew the first F-35B high angle of attack test mission with external stores on the F-35B BF-2. The external stores included two AIM-9X sidewinder missiles and weapon pylons on the other four wing stations.
F-35's Most Sinister Capability Are Towed Decoys That Unreel From Inside Its Stealthy Skin
Terry Green @flicker Cropped F-35's Most Sinister Capability Are Towed Decoys That Unreel From Inside Its Stealthy Skin - The Drive: These "little buddies" not only protect the jet, but they can be used creatively to goad the enemy into showing itself and dying as a result. One of the least talked about, but most potent capabilities that can enhance the survivability of a combat aircraft these days is the ability to deploy towed decoys. Often referred to as "little buddies" by the crews that…