On top is an interesting photo showing one “Bone”(from “B-One”) refueling at night from a KC-135 during an air strike on Sept. 27, as it ignites the afterburners to accelerate in bound to the subsequent waypoint along its route.
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On Oct. 5, a flight of (at least four) F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft with 366th Fighter Wing returned to Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, after being deployed to an “undisclosed location” in Southwest Asia. […]
The precision strike was the culmination of a CIA counterterrorism operation and may have seen the involvement of the “Ninja” Hellfire R9X. United States president Joe Biden announced on August 1, 2022, that one of […]
Ever happened to see a B-1 Lancer doing a double aileron roll? The B-1 “Lancer” supersonic swing-wing strategic bomber is a highly maneuverable video, as proved by this really interesting amazing video. It shows a […]
How can you derive joy out of a war machine which is responsible for the deaths of human beings ?
B-1Bs are hot looking planes
It would be great to see a S300 hit this bird!