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Preserved at 823 Victory Commemorate Park
|55th Air Regiment (Su-25K/Su-25UBK/Su-7BMK) at Sunchon AB. |
The basic Su-25 model was used as the basis for a commercial export variant, known as the Su-25K (Komercheskiy). This model was also built at Factory 31 in Tbilisi. The aircraft differed from the Soviet Air Force version in certain minor details concerning internal equipment. A total of 180 Su-25K aircraft ...
|Belong to the 131th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron based here in Suwon. |
All-weather tactical reconnaissance version for the US Air Force, AN/APQ-99 (later AN/APQ-172) radar. Equipped similar to RF-4B but with a wider choice of camera fits, including the gigantic HIAC-1 LOROP (Long Range Oblique Photography) camera capable of high-resolution images of objects 100 m...
|On the apron you can see 10x AH-64A/D Apache, 2x UH-1 and 5x AH-1 Cobra. |
The Morrisville-based 1st Battalion of the 130th Aviation Regiment, North Carolina Army National Guard, held a farewell ceremony for activated soldiers and their families Sunday, January 19, 2003.
The first North Carolina National Guard combat unit activated since the September 2001 terroris...
|The colours identify the plane as a Asiana Airlines Boeing 737-48E. ||10/11/2007||463|
|The Balls Eight is a NASA NB-52B Mothership, NASA tail number 52-008. It was retired from active service with NASA on 17 December 2004 after almost 50 years flying service. The Balls 8 was famous for dropping aerospace research vehicles for 106 flights of the X-15. It flew a total of 159 captive-carry and launch missions in support of the X-15 program from June 1959 to October 1968. It also fle...||10/08/2007||586|
|The Lockheed D-21 was a Mach 3+ reconnaissance drone that began development in October 1962. Originally known by the Lockheed designation Q-12, it was intended to be launched off the back of the A-12 Oxcart for extra-long range flights and/or missions that were too dangerous for a manned vehicle. The A-12 variant developed to launch the D-21 drone was designated the M-21. The D-21, with a singl...||10/08/2007||743|
|A Boeing 757-200 aircraft obtained by NASA in 1994 is now serving as a "flying laboratory" for aeronautical research. The aircraft is being modified extensively for a broad range of flight research programs in the next 20 years to benefit the U.S. aviation industry and commercial airline customers. Called ARIES, or Airborne Research Integrated Experiments System, the aircraft is being used to c...||10/08/2007||363|
|The General Dynamics F-16XL is a derivative of the F-16 Fighting Falcon, with a cranked-arrow delta wing that is over twice the size of that of the standard F-16 wing. It was entered in the U.S. Air Force's Enhanced Tactical Fighter (ETF) competition but ultimately lost to the F-15E Strike Eagle. Several years after the prototypes were shelved, they were turned over to NASA for aeronautical stu...||10/08/2007||438|
|French airforce jets parked at St Symphorien airport in Tours, France.||10/08/2007||502|
|The AN-2 known as "Anhalt" parked at Dessau airport in Dessau, Germany.||10/08/2007||296|
|Avro Lancaster (Just Jane) East Kirkby Air Museum||10/05/2007||425|
|Standing at the corner of the airbase, beside many KC-135 tanker. ||10/03/2007||938|
|The Boeing E-6 Mercury is an American military aircraft. It operates as an airborne command post and communications center, relaying instructions from the National Command Authority. Its role in relaying to the fleet ballistic missile submarines gives one of its missions the acronym TACAMO ("Take Charge and Move Out"). ||10/03/2007||810|
|They sit like ducks on the tarmac of the airbase. ||10/03/2007||574|
|Two of them parked on the tarmac and one is taxiing on the taxiway. |
The 9th Reconnaissance Wing (9 RW) is a wing of the United States Air Force. It is located at Beale Air Force Base, California and operates the U-2 Dragon Lady and RQ-4 Global Hawk.
|The host unit is the 432d Wing, which has six operational squadrons, one maintenance squadron, and six Reapers and 60 Predators. |
Along with being the aerial demonstration training site for the Thunderbirds, the base plays a major role in the ongoing war on terrorism. The base is home to the MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle which flies daily in Afghanistan and Iraq. The base...
|The Lockheed U-2, nicknamed Dragon Lady, is a single-engine, high-altitude aircraft flown by the United States Air Force. It provides day and night, high-altitude (70,000 ft, 21,000 m plus), all-weather surveillance. The aircraft is also used for electronic sensor research and development, satellite calibration, and satellite data validation. ||10/02/2007||686|
|The first prototype Su-17, redesigned from Su-7B, flew on August 2, 1966. Entered production in 1970. The Su-17 was a large step in the development of the Su-7 to a more useful attack aircraft. The most important change was the introduction of swivelling outer wing panels, improving take-off and landing performance, and thus allowing a larger weapons load. The Su-20 and Su-22 were export versio...||10/02/2007||509|
|The Indian Air Force operates 24 Il-76MD, 6 Il-78MKI aircraft and 3 others with Israeli Phalcon radars for AWACS. ||10/02/2007||643|
|This AN-124 parks at the southern tarmarc of Indira Ghandi Intern'l. ||10/02/2007||358|
|After years of storage the aircraft is now on display. ||10/02/2007||406|
|PBY Catalina was the United States Navy designation for an American and Canadian-built flying boat of the 1930s and 1940s. PB stands for Patrol Bomber, with Y being Consolidated Aircraft’s manufacturer identification. It could be equipped with depth charges, bombs, torpedoes, and .50 caliber machine guns and was one of the most widely used multi-role aircraft of World War II. Catalinas served w...||09/28/2007||560|
|Small aircraft landing at Stellenbosch Airfield in the Cape Winelands. This is next to Kleine Zalze golf course.||09/27/2007||467|
|Lockheed Martin recently began modifying a Northrop Grumman-owned BAC 1-11 aircraft to prepare it for the Joint Strike Flight (JSF) flight test program in which it will serve as a flying test bed for prototype multisensor JSF avionics. Integrating the avionics systems on a flying test bed will reduce the need for sensor flights during the engineering and manufacturing development phase of the p...||09/26/2007||676|