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The Musée de l'Air (MAE) Bourget (93) has reassumed his regalia, Wednesday, September 16, 2016, to celebrate a double event: the opening of the 9th exhibition of air and space Artists and the inauguration of the Hall of Roundels. Photo J-L. Brunet - Armée de l’air.

The Musée de l'Air (MAE) Bourget has reassumed his regalia, Wednesday, September to celebrate a double event: the opening of the exhibition of air and space Artists and the inauguration of the Hall of Roundels. Photo J-L. Brunet - Armée de l’air.

General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon- Multi Role Fighter/Bomber. A formation of Pakistan Air Force  F-16s on a Combat Air Patrol. Tue September 16, 2003 ·

A formation of Pakistan Air Force on a Combat Air Patrol.

General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon- Multi Role Fighter/Bomber. Two Pakistan Air Force F-16s doing the "peel off" . manouvre.Tue September 16, 2003

Two doing the "peel off" manouvre.

Slt René Gombault, pilot of the C 105 / SOP 105 / SAL 105 squadron from February 1917 to September 16, 1918, poses in front of his Sopwith 1A2 n ° 73 built under license by the company Hanriot ("H" for Hanriot on the drift) in 1917

Slt René Gombault, pilot of the C 105 / SOP 105 / SAL 105 squadron from February 1917 to September poses in front of his Sopwith n ° 73 built under license by the company Hanriot ("H" for Hanriot on the drift) in 1917

A sunset is seen through the nose of a B-25 Mitchell during a military tattoo held at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington on September 16. The "warbird flight" consisted of two B-25 Mitchells, two P-40 Warhawks, and a P-51 Mustang.

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A sunset is seen through the nose of a Mitchell during a Military Tattoo held at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. The Warbird flight consisted of two Mitchells, two Warhawks and a Mustang. United States Air Force photo by Airman Class Ryan J.

racingplanes: “ Reno Air Races (September 16, 1983) Unlimited Class P-51D, “Tipsy Too”, #28 Credits: Brian M. Silcox ”

racingplanes: “ Reno Air Races (September Unlimited Class “Tipsy Too”, Credits: Brian M.

Yevdokia Bershanskaya (Russian: Евдоки́я Давы́довна Бочаро́ва) (Voluntary Stavropol, February 6, 1913 – September 16, 1982 in Moscow) was a Soviet pilot in World War II and second in command of the 46th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment. In 1941, Marina Raskova formed three women's regiments. As an experienced pilot, Bershanskaya became the leader of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment, an all women's regiment that flew Polikarpov Po-2 biplanes.

Soviet female pilots Yevdokia Bershanskaya – 1982 in Moscow) was a Soviet pilot in World War II and second in command of the Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation combat missions)

93rd BS B-52H callsign 'SCALP 94' photographed from B-52H 61-0017 callsign 'SCALP 93'. - Photo taken at In Flight in Louisiana, USA in April, 2008.

A from Barksdale, flies over Sanicole's airfield "EBLE", during the 2012 Airshow. This happens to be my accepted photo @ Airliners ;-) - Photo taken at Leopoldsburg - Beverlo (EBLE) in Belgium on September

Hawker Hunter F58A - Northern Lights Aerobatic Team | Aviation Photo #1155481 | Airliners.net

Hawker Hunter F58A - Northern Lights Aerobatic Team | Aviation Photo #1155481 | Airliners.net

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This is a are the fastest aircraft they can sit guns to approximately to kilometers per hour and missiles.

A B-52H, from Barksdale, flies over Sanicole's airfield "EBLE", during the 2012 Airshow. This happens to be my 1000th accepted photo @ Airliners ;-) - Photo taken at Leopoldsburg - Beverlo (EBLE) in Belgium on September 16, 2012.

A from Barksdale, flies over Sanicole's airfield "EBLE", during the 2012 Airshow. This happens to be my accepted photo @ Airliners ;-) - Photo taken at Leopoldsburg - Beverlo (EBLE) in Belgium on September

Pakistan Air Force General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon- Multi Role Fighter/Bomber. A formation fly past on Pakistan Day Parade, ue September 16, 2003.

A formation fly past on Pakistan Day Parade, ue September

The front page of The Daily Telegraph for the following day, September 16, 1940, depicts the damage at Victoria Station. If you read the other headlines on the front page of this paper, you would think that Britain had the Axis on the ropes, which of course, was far from the truth. Image via The Telegraph

The front page of The Daily Telegraph for the following day, September 16, 1940, depicts the damage at Victoria Station. If you read the other headlines on the front page of this paper, you would think that Britain had the Axis on the ropes, which of course, was far from the truth. Image via The Telegraph

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