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Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing? Part 2

Throughout aviation history, there are many examples of civilian aircraft being adapted for military use. On the other hand, there are many situations where a military aircraft design has seen civilian success too. Here...

Sheep in Wolves Clothing? Part #1

Throughout aviation history, there are many examples of civilian aircraft being adapted for military use. On the other hand, there are many situations where a military aircraft design has seen civilian success too. Here...

Our McDonnell DouglasA-4 Skyhawk Scrapbook

The Douglas/McDonnell Douglas A-4 Skyhawk is a lightweight, single engine, single pilot combat jet which performed its first flight on June 22, 1954. Intended as an aircraft carrier-based attack jet, it was built ruggedly...

Our Military Helicopter Scrapbook

So, do you like to browse through photo albums? Here are a number of military helicopter photographs from our collections of airshows and exercises. Some types are retired from use, some are still on...

Random Aircraft Photos #10

Here’s our final set of aircraft photos from around the world… we’ve published ten of these over the past year. Enjoy!

Blue Angels Legacy Hornet and Hercules Scrapbook

The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps’ Blue Angels have retired all of their Legacy aircraft during the 2020 calendar year. Gone is the Marines KC-130T “Fat Albert Airlines” transport, as well as the F/A-18A/B/C/D...

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