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|This plane taxiing at Zurich International Airport looks really strange (look behind the cockpit area).||03/22/2007||1,124|
|This is an MH-53J Air Force Special Operations helicopter. ||03/09/2007||538|
|Another cool plane glitch at Geneva airport. This time its red/blue ghosts.||03/06/2007||1,189|
|A plane parked at the Zurich internatinal airport, painted in many colors in different shapes.||03/04/2007||670|
|This plane at Geneva Airport has a rainbow tip!||03/04/2007||544|
|This glitch looks awesome..LOOK at the colors..||03/03/2007||1,219|
|This plane doesn't look like it's taking off (no shadow), nor does it look like it's taxiing (no place to taxi to..its a deadend). But the plane is facing NW, in the opposite direction the arrows are facing (SE). What IS this plane doing?||02/11/2007||805|
|I can't tell whether this plane is taking off or landing, or whether or not it still is on the ground or is in the air. But it's the only plane doing either on the island of Rhodes.||02/11/2007||619|
|The An74 is an Awacs version of the An72 "Coaler".I found this one near Kiev, Ukraine.||02/10/2007||639|
|Near the russian city Kazan i found a small airforce base.|
There is one Tu 160 Blackjack strategic bomber.
It looks little bit like the american B1B Lancer.
|Two F-16 fighters ready for takeoff from Ellington Field. These may belong to the Texas Air National Guard.||02/02/2007||654|
|From the German Air Force Flying Training Center in Holloman, you can see a Tornado on RWY 16.||01/28/2007||782|
|Another new era began in the Tularosa Basin on 1 July 1968, when the 49th Tactical Fighter Wing arrived at Holloman Air Force Base. The 49th's F-4 Phantom IIs introduced a new era of fighter aircraft training and operations, which continued for the next three decades and until today. In 1977 the 49th transitioned to the F-15 Eagle, the Air Force's top air-to-air weapon. In 1992, Holloman Air Fo...||01/28/2007||1,215|
|Two Easyjet Boeing 737-700 on the ground at Speke, Liverpool Airport||01/28/2007||532|
|The Alaska Air National Guard is the only Arctic region refueling unit for all of PACAF, and maintains a substantial number of personnel on active duty and civilian technician status in order to meet its daily operational requirements. The Wingís Primary Assigned Aircraft are eight KC-135 R-models assigned to the 168th Air Refueling Squadron. |
The wing aircraft are identified wit...
|The 18th Fighter Squadron flies the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16C/D aircraft. |
In 1997, elements of the 18th FS deployed to Singapore and Malaysia to take part in dissimilar air combat tactic training as part of exercise COMMANDO SLING and COPE TAUFAN, respectively. The COPE TAUFAN deployment marked the first time Pacific Air Forces' F-16s had flown against MiG-29s.
|The 355th Fighter Squadron flies the Republic A/OA-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft. It was activated on 20 August 1993, replacing the deactivating 11th Tactical Air Support Squadron. The unit's primary missions included air strike control, close air support, interdiction, joint air attack team, escort, and combat search and rescue. |
In October 1998, the 355 FS deployed to support Oper...
|D-HDRR (cn 9038) at the Klinikum Grosshadern Heliport, Munich. |
|N707CK (cn 21541/332) between two retired B727 at Willow Run, Detroit.||01/21/2007||515|
|N901CH (cn 58-1464) on the tarmarc at Willow Run.||01/21/2007||445|
|A UK made Apache at Boscombe Down.|
|Whoever parked this Hercules into this hangar made a bit of an error: the plane doesn't fit in the hangar and now part of the tail and part of the front are poking out. If hangars are for protection from outside elements, leaving part of the plane exposed is a pretty stupid thing to do.||01/19/2007||613|
| Iberia Airlines at Manchester Airport, England||01/16/2007||342|
|Hawker Sideley Trident fire training aircraft at Manchester Airport, England||01/16/2007||370|
|A British Airways Dash-8 Being towed at Manchester Airport, England||01/16/2007||433|