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|The Bahrain International Circuit is a venue used for drag racing, GP2, and an annual Formula One Grand Prix. For the first time in 2006, there was a V8 Supercar race, named the Desert 400, and also a 24 Hour Race.|
The construction of the Bahrain circuit was a national objective for Bahrain, initiated by the Crown Prince, Shaikh Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa. The Crown Prince is th...
|Amazing artificial structure in Bahrain although it is smaller than the Palm Islands in Dubai.||10/24/2006||1,074|
|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)
|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.
|Bahrain Sand Golf Course||10/30/2008||394|
|Bahrain Grass Golf Course||10/30/2008||441|
|Bahrain Horse Track||10/30/2008||359|
|Here is an area with multiple fighter jets. You see over 18 fighter planes in the area.||09/27/2005||1,056|
|Looks like a fighter Jet, but hard to tell due to lack of quality, and using GE's measuring tool, it is quite small for a jet.||08/10/2006||381|
|A F22 Fighter Plane on the ground|
Be sure to check out the rest of the base. It's worth it!
|The Saab 35 Draken (Swedish: "kite" or "dragon") is a fighter aircraft manufactured by Saab between 1955 and 1974. The Draken was built to replace the Saab J 29 Tunnan and, later, the fighter variant (J 32B) of the Saab 32 Lansen. The indigenous J 35 was an effective supersonic Cold War fighter that was also successful as an export product. ||06/21/2010||411|
|The Saab 29, popularly called Flygande tunnan ("the flying barrel"), was a Swedish fighter designed and manufactured by Saab in the 1950s. It was Sweden's second turbojet-powered combat aircraft, the first being the Saab 21R. Despite its rotund appearance, the J 29 was fast and agile, serving effectively in both fighter and fighter-bomber roles into the 1970s.|