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Abandoned plane in the sand, ventanilla Playa, Mexico. Thought to be an abandoned drug trafficker's plane.

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Crash landing of Hellcat on flight deck of USS ENTERPRISE while enroute to attack Makin Island. Lieutenant Walter Chewning, catapult officer, clambering up the side of the plane to assist pilot, Ens. Byron Johnson, from the flaming cockpit.


emerges from a Galaxy heavy lift aircraft HOLY ROCKETSHIPS Batman, what else can that thing swallow ?

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Amazing view of the IJN Yamato battleship, the world's most powerful and largest battleship in history. tons with main guns capable of firing a lb. shell over 26 miles!

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Flying Boats and Seaplanes - PBY we love float planes and amphibian aircraft…

USAF Maj. Jacquelyn Susan "Jackie" Parker was one of the first female fighter pilots assigned to an F-16 Viper squadron.

A True Blue Atom Bombshell®. Jacquelyn Susan "Jackie" Parker was one of the first female fighter pilots assigned to an Viper squadron.

Half Tracks / Aerial Vehicles A pair of U.S. Marine Corps Bell Boeing MV-22B Ospreys from the VMM-363 “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming.

A pair of U. Marine Corps Bell Boeing Ospreys of the “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming. This photo by Ted Carlson was an honorable mention in the 2013 Vertical Photo Contest. by kristy

Real(Mislabeled) - Captioned as: "B-52 Breaking the Sound Barrier" - This is a B-52 Bomber flying thru a moisture/condensation barrier at subsonic speed.... another link: http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Boeing_B52_With_CONECT_Upgrade_Accomplishes_First_Test_Flight_999.html and discussion in comments: https://reposti.com/p/V7 (644 mph top speed for B-52(I don't know about secret versions.) vs 768 mph speed of sound.)

Boeing "Stratofortress"breaking the sound barrier. I can't believe my grandfather flew that giant Bomber.