Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by A-58, May 30, 2017.
Those "Cats Eyes" are definitely laser focused on something ?
Kebble, of course. Or a dust bunny.
3 Squadron ‘Secrets revealed’
That's one tall boy!
RAAF 35 and Korean 16 Pitch Black 2022…Certainly breaking the bubble…
That's not a Tall Boy, but a Cloudmaker.
Yeah but the kid is only three years old !
Well, he did get to the point.
A Russian sub…reminds me of birds here in Australia when they spot a snake…buzz all around it, blowing its cover. photo taken by an F-14…Bags not being in that sub!
The Hindenberg over Manhattan 36…
...And the aircraft are a Grumman A-6 Intruder high and a Lockheed S-3 Viking (an ASW aircraft) low
This is a picture of VA-72 flying the A-7 Corsair II. The squadron transitioned from the A-4B Skyhawk to the A-7B Corsair II in 1970, the A-7E in 1977, and was stood down on June 30, 1991.
Today in 1934, Wiley Post reached the stratosphere in his Lockheed Vega "Winnie Mae." The aircraft didn't have a pressurized cabin, so he wore a pressure suit and helmet designed for him by the B.F. Goodrich Company, which is in our collection.
National Air & Space Museum
Looks like something from a Roger Corman movie.
Late '50's early 60's USMC. The big BAR's and M1 are the ones they use to teach at infantry school. They are fully functional (but can't shoot) and were/are used to teach classes at Infantry School East and West. There are also functional cutaway models in the same scale. They used some big M60 and M2 versions when I was training to be a machine gunner, I've seen the M14 version in real life as well, even though it was no longer the service rifle.