leaving behind flare "Angel of Death" From a distance the plane – nicknamed the ‘Angel of Death’ because of the shape that its anti-missile flares take when they are fired – looks like a normal troop carrier.
Concept:The design and development of a jet for private use. A new luxury pastime is to be created. "Sunday aviation": the fulfillment of humankind's great desire to fly at any moment, making it possible to reach unimaginable heights and all the places y…
There Isn't A Fighter Pilot Alive That Doesn't Wish They Still Flew an Tomcat, because of the truly vast payload an could carry, including ground targeting systems. It saw close air support service in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Smoke Angel - The cloud pictured above resulted from a series of flares released by an air force jet over the Atlantic Ocean in May. The jet that released the flares, a Globemaster III, is seen on the right.