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Stealth Aircraft, Air Defense, Military news, Tanks, Helicopters, World Best, Nuclear Missiles, Videos Populaires p VP8 Vorbis MiG-35 - multi-role fighter of "4 + +" created using the latest achievements in the field of avionics, avionics and weapons. Developed in two versions - a single MiG-35 and MiG-35D double. First fighter was presented at an international air show "Aero India 2007", and later - at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2007. Aircraft are a further development of combat aircraft MiG-29K/KUB and MiG-29M towards improving combat effectiveness and versatility, as well as improved performance. MiG-35 - universal aircraft survivable in combat. Advantage it gives improved avionics systems aiming 5th generation and heavier armament. ************** MiG-29KUB - De...
While performing a roll maneuver, a student pilot for the Arizona Air National Guard lost consciousness during a recent training exercise.
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A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride A support member of the Blue Angels acrobatic team gets to go up with one of his pilots - and we re not sure he enjoyed the ride US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight US Navy fighter jet engineer passes out during practice flight
Fantastic Air Show by the US Air force F-16 aircraft The USAF Air Demonstration Squadron ("Thunderbirds") is the air demonstration squadron of the United States Air Force (USAF). The Thunderbirds are assigned to the 57th Wing, and are based at Nellis AFB, Nevada. The squadron tours the United States and much of the world, performing aerobatic formation and solo flying in specially marked aircraft. The name is taken from the legendary creature that appears in the mythology of several indigenous North American cultures. On 1 March 2013, the USAF announced that due to budget cuts, aerial demonstration team performances would cease indefinitely, effective 1 April 2013. On 6 December 2013 the Thunderbirds announced their 2014 schedule and the resumption of their appearances. Overview The...
An amateur video has been released which shows the moment a US navy jet breaks the speed of sound flying past an aircraft carrier, leaving an explosive sonic boom in its wake. In the 27-second video posted to YouTube, the F/A-18C Hornet flies past a group of watching sailors on an aircraft carrier at incredible speed, before a tail or air appears behind the jet and an explosive noise is heard as it breaks the speed of sound. The jet needed to reach speeds of roughly 768 mph in order to break the speed of sound. The distinct white-coloured sonic boom at the tail of the plane is the result of the shock waves caused from reaching supersonic speed.
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This was my first visit to the "Mach Loop" Whilst on holiday in north Wales in 2009. It was awesome, I was very lucky, on my first day there were over 30 passes, and on my second day loads of Typhoons and a F-15. The photographers up there were a very friendly people, and I would like to thank all of them, for the tips and advice they gave me about the Mach Loop. Cad West was definitely my favorite site on the loop.