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German Air Force McDonnell Douglas Phantom II photographed at Wittmund - Wittmundhafen (ETNT) by Andreas Fietz

Wings in the sky

The Lockheed/Canadair Silver Star was one of the most widely used jet trainers in the world. A two-seat version of the USAF's first jet fighter, the Shooting Star, the continues to serve in various armed forces today.

MiG-21

Name: Fishbed) is a People's Republic of China license-built of the Soviet Mikoyan-Gurevich

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Flying Fortress World War II bomber. Dad was a tail gunner in the

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform at Romanian airshow

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform at Romanian airshow

Air Force Thunderbirds perform at Romanian airshow - Photos

Concorde in Pepsi livery, 1996. Nice underneath image just before gear doors close

Air France Aerospatiale-British Aerospace Concorde 101 F-BTSC wearing the famous Pepsi livery in April

Something you will never see... F-117s in Thunderbird Motif

in Thunderbird Motif.obviously Photoshopped, but cool anyway. But I don't think the would make a very good airshow plane. Not built for maneuverability and not noisy enough.

T-33 of the USAF Thunderbirds, 1950s

Tommy Anderson Military Images - Tbirds Lockheed Shooting Star by Tommy Anderson

Canadian F-5.  The Canadair CF-5 was the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter aircraft primarily for the Canadian Forces and the Royal Netherlands Air Force. The CF-5 was upgraded periodically throughout its service career in Canada. The Canadian Forces retired the type in 1995, although CF-5s continued to be used by other countries into the early 21st century.

Canadian The Canadair was the Canadair licensed-built version of the American Northrop Freedom Fighter. Note the moose on the tailfin.

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