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|A F22 Fighter Plane on the ground|
Be sure to check out the rest of the base. It's worth it!
|A fighter plane on a parking lot.||08/28/2006||1,847|
|35 Fighter aircraft on the ground at Norfolk, VA.|
Info from McMaster_de:
The 1st Fighter Wing, under various designations, has been the host unit at Langley since moving from MacDill AFB Florida on 30 June 1975. Operational squadrons of the 1st Fighter Wing are:
* 27th Fighter Squadron (F-22A)
* 71st Fighter Squadron (F-15C/D)
* 94th Fighter Squadron (F-22A)
|Several fighter planes and a strange cross below the shadow of a plane on the runway.||08/28/2005||670|
|The 43d Fighter Squadron (43 FS) is part of the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.|
The 43d Fighter Squadron is responsible for providing air dominance training for the F-22 Raptor.
|The Texas Air Museum is home to the bridge and island of the Vietnam era helicopter carrier IWO JIMA (LPH-2) . It rises over 100 feet above the south Texas plain. This carrier was involved with the pickup of the crew of the ill-fated Apollo 13 crew. ||09/26/2007||491|
|This carrier has been designed for Sea Harrier aircraft. |
In a drydock south of this ship you can see another one.
|Vertical aerial photograph of the ship and nearby buildings and terrain at Nabe, near the Kure Navy Yard, Japan. Taken from a USS San Jacinto (CVL-30) plane during air attacks on 28 July 1945.|
Smoke is coming from under Aoba's bridge, to starboard, where she had been hit by a carrier plane's bomb. Large hole in her stern is from direct hits made by USAAF B-24 bombers.
|The E-2C is an early warning and control platform, whose task is to provide airborne radar|
coverage around the CVBG (Carrier Battle Group). Practically, this includes everything from
warning of enemy air attacks on the battle group to warning an inbound strike package of hostile
|Here is an area with multiple fighter jets. You see over 18 fighter planes in the area.||09/27/2005||1,043|
|Four-engine prop plane, probably fire-fighter, just west of Palomar Observatory, San Diego County, California||12/08/2006||423|
|Graf Zeppelin was a German aircraft carrier of the Kriegsmarine, named like the famous airship in honour of Graf (Count) Ferdinand von Zeppelin. It was Germany's only aircraft carrier during World War II. Its construction was ordered on November 16, 1935, and its keel was laid down December 28, 1936 by Deutsche Werke of Kiel. It was launched on December 8, 1938, but was never completed. |