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Grumman F8F-1D Bearcat (G-58) aircraft picture

Grumman F8F-1D Bearcat (G-58) aircraft picture

GALAXY VISITOR3 nine Hawk aircraft model aircraft remote control four rotor aerial GPS positioning return

GALAXY VISITOR3 nine Hawk aircraft model aircraft remote control four rotor aerial GPS positioning return

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle.   The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle. The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle.   The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle. The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle.   The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

January 6, 2016, at the controls of a C-2A Greyhound, an American crew conducted a series of landings on the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle. The nine landings and the series of touch-and-go (or lay-off maneuvers) made allowed three American pilots to practice landing on the French aircraft carrier.

"Sydney" at Sydney Cove Фото: Public domain / Wikipedia  "Sydney" was one of the light cruisers of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Length - 171.4 meters, displacement - nine thousand tons. Equipment: eight 152-millimeter guns, four 102-mm anti-aircraft guns, machine guns and eight torpedo.

"Sydney" at Sydney Cove Фото: Public domain / Wikipedia "Sydney" was one of the light cruisers of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Length - 171.4 meters, displacement - nine thousand tons. Equipment: eight 152-millimeter guns, four 102-mm anti-aircraft guns, machine guns and eight torpedo.

Model: RFA3OC4R  Condition: Factory New  Bud's Item Number: 88565  UPC: 884451004042  MFG: DPMS Panther Arms Sixteen inch chrome-moly steel barrel. A2 flash hider, Single-rail gas block. One in nine button rifled twist. Upper receiver: forged A3 Picatinny rail flattop, T-marked, aircraft aluminum alloy, dust

Model: RFA3OC4R Condition: Factory New Bud's Item Number: 88565 UPC: 884451004042 MFG: DPMS Panther Arms Sixteen inch chrome-moly steel barrel. A2 flash hider, Single-rail gas block. One in nine button rifled twist. Upper receiver: forged A3 Picatinny rail flattop, T-marked, aircraft aluminum alloy, dust

The flames around the aircraft Concorde Air France just before the crash in Gonesse, near Paris, on 25 July 2000. All one hundred passengers and nine crew members died in the accident: four people died because they were found at the crash site. Ten years after the incident, the court in Pontoise, a town just beyond the outskirts of Paris, ruled that a cause it was a debris left on the runway by an aircraft of the US company Continental Airlines. (REUTERS / Andras Kisgergely / Files)

The flames around the aircraft Concorde Air France just before the crash in Gonesse, near Paris, on 25 July 2000. All one hundred passengers and nine crew members died in the accident: four people died because they were found at the crash site. Ten years after the incident, the court in Pontoise, a town just beyond the outskirts of Paris, ruled that a cause it was a debris left on the runway by an aircraft of the US company Continental Airlines. (REUTERS / Andras Kisgergely / Files)

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