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|All the fighter planes, helicopters, and other aircraft I could find in and around Sanaa International. A total of 40 fighter planes, of between 3-4 kinds, 23 helicopters, of ~5-6 kinds, 28 other planes, and a junkyard.||12/18/2008||626|
|Air Force One is the official air traffic control call sign of a United States Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. In common parlance the term refers to those Air Force aircraft specifically designed, built, and used for the purpose of transporting the president.|
|Big label for this airbase. Telling everybodt this is a U.S Air Force base. 48.9 Smoots long (that would be 8,322 cm or 273 feet). This is Hill Air Force Base. (not labeled by Google Earth, but that's what the roof says.)||03/04/2006||1,045|
|Current as of 6 Mar 2011. All active US Air Force bases, with a Hyperlink the the home page for that base. This information is available to anyone from the US Air Force web site.||03/13/2011||1,600|
|The Saab JAS 39 Gripen (English: Griffin) is a 4.5 generation fighter aircraft manufactured by the Swedish aerospace company Saab. Gripen International acts as a prime contracting organisation and is responsible for marketing, selling and supporting the Gripen fighter around the world.|
The aircraft is in service with the Swedish Air Force, the Czech Air Force, the Hungarian Air F...
|Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is a U.S. Air Force base in Greene and Montgomery counties, adjacent to Fairborn and Dayton, Ohio. It is named after the Wright brothers, who used "Wright field" as their testing ground, and Frank Stuart Patterson, son of NCR Corp. founder Frank Jefferson Patterson, who was killed on June 19, 1918, when his DeHavilland DH-4 crashed at Wright Field.
|Edwards Air Force Base – home of the Air Force Flight Test Center, NASA Dryden Flight Research Center and the Air Force Research Laboratory. ||01/08/2006||1,217|
|The Hellenic Air Force received a large number of Starfighters from the US under MAP early 60s. Early 70s, late 70s and in the 80s MAP aircraft were obtained from the Spanish, German and Dutch Air Forces via the US. |
From March 1993 the remaining F-104s were replaced by A7 Corsair aircraft obtained from the US (former US Navy aircraft). In total the Hellenic Air Force has retrieved 51 F-...
|RAF Beaulieu (pronounced Bew-lee) was a World War II airfield in England located near the small village of Beaulieu in Hampshire. During the war it was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force Ninth Air Force as USAAF station 408.
|The Air Force Base in Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany. The place of the dramatic scenes from the attempt to rescue the hostages in 1972 at the olympic games in Munich, Germany. Today the officer cadet school of the german air force takes place.||04/10/2007||508|
|The Boeing VC-25 is the designation of a United States Air Force passenger transportation aircraft, a military version of the Boeing 747 airliner. The A-model (VC-25A) is the only variant of the VC-25.|
The VC-25 is most famous for its role as Air Force One, the call sign of any U.S. Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. The two aircraft currently in U.S...
|A Vietnam War-era US Air Force F-4 Phantom display located at the entry to the now-shuttered 440th Air Lift Wing of the United States Air Force Reserve. This aircraft is painted in the same colors of the Phantom flown by USAF Captain Lance P. Sijan, the first Medal of Honor recipient who was also a graduate of the US Air Force Academy, and a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ||02/15/2008||632|