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I Wish I Could Fly an F-15 Around the Last Shuttle Launch
CH‑146 Griffon helicopter, Canada’s Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter (UTTH)
Refuelling a helicopter in 1966
Two CH-146 Griffon Helicopters are seen coming back from a convoy escort mission over Afghanistan January 31st 2010 [2192 2168]
Follow this panel in the Pintrest and see photos, news and facts about aircraft of all time. Icons, ideas and incredible designs and prototypes as well. Helicopters and rockets included. Siga este painel no Pintrest e fique por dentro de tudo sobre aviões de todos os tempos. Também protótipos, projetos, idéias e aeronaves ícones da aviação militar e civil. Helicópteros e foguetes também. Notícias. Clique na foto para ir ao site! x planes
Imagem impressionante, não fosse um pequeno detalhe. É falsa! Não dá para imaginar um avião deste tamanho inteiro sobre a ponte. Mas confessa, você achou super legal mesmo assim. Obra do ilustrador Steve McGhee.
F4H / F-4 McDonnell Phantom II. 1961-1996. McD submitted an unsolicited proposal to USN for an F3H Demon upgrade; an all-weather fighter, fleet defense interceptor, all weather, carrier and land based fighter armed with exclusively missiles. An internal cannon was added in E models. Served in USN, USMC, USAF.
Eu gosto do impossível porque lá a concorrência é menor. (Walt Disney)
Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon helicopter lands at the Philippine Army 3 Infantry Division Headquarters during Operation RENAISSANCE in Jamindan, Philippines (December 8, 2013) photo by MCpl Marc-Andre Gaudreault, Canadian Forces Combat Camera
Afghanistan War - A CH-47D, lands on the roof of a house in Afghanistan to pick up suspects during Operation Mountain Resolve, approximately November 2003.
Hawker Typhoon, 1945 - Note the black spinner, the 2nd TAF [tactical airforce] painted their spinners black in 1945, they had been sky previously. Note pilot in front in khaki battledress as well, I think for ease of concealment if shot down, and the 'erk' in the background holding a fire extinguisher, the Sabre engine engine used the Coffman starter system, which if didn't start up the engine first time it caused it burst into flames as it was primed full of petrol!