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4657 Panavia Tornado ECR German Air Force

Well don't they have the most bad ass paint job ever!

United States Air Force Pilot - Gregory "Wired" Colyer

United States Air Force Pilot - Gregory "Wired" Colyer

Bell AH-1 Cobra #helicopter #cobra #marines

The Bell Viper is a twin-engine attack helicopter based on the SuperCobra, developed for the United States Marine Corps.

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Canadian pilot and his Spitfire during WWII.

Spitfire

The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the RAF and many other Allied countries throughout World War II.

Spitfire cockpit

Anatomy of the Spitfire Cockpit

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Diamond: RAF Tucano aircraft form the number '60' to mark the number of years the Queen has spent on the throne

Diamond: RAF Tucano aircraft form the number to mark the number of years the Queen has spent on the throne

The Tucano T1 is operated primarily from No 1 Flying Training School, at RAF Linton-on-Ouse, to provide basic fast jet flying training to RAF and Royal Navy student pilots before they progress to the Hawk T1 or the new Hawk T2 aircraft at RAF Valley.    The aircraft is used to develop students in a full range of skills, including general aircraft handling, formation flying and low-level navigation and, due to its comprehensive avionics and ice-protection packages

The Tucano T1 is operated primarily from No 1 Flying Training School, at RAF Linton-on-Ouse, to provide basic fast jet flying training to RAF and Royal Navy student pilots before they progress to the Hawk T1 or the new Hawk T2 aircraft at RAF Valley. The aircraft is used to develop students in a full range of skills, including general aircraft handling, formation flying and low-level navigation and, due to its comprehensive avionics and ice-protection packages

Embraer Super Tucano AT-6 - A

Hawker Beechcraft/Beech Texax II trainer/counter insurgency aircraft, firing a LGR.