A Little of Everything.
Yakovlev Yak-3
Yakovlev Yak-3
Yakovlev Yak-3
Yakovlev Yak-3
Yakovlev Yak-3
classicnudes:

Jayne Mansfield, PMOM - February 1955, featured in NSS Celebrating Centerfolds Vol. 2, 1999

classicnudes:

Jayne Mansfield, PMOM - February 1955, featured in NSS Celebrating Centerfolds Vol. 2, 1999

flytofight:

Best crane game prize I’ve ever seen.

flytofight:

Best crane game prize I’ve ever seen.

flytofight:

From an old timer on air warriors:
"Here is one from an April 1982 weps det to El Centro while instructing at VT-22. Filming was in progress for Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi in the desert between Yuma and El Centro. We would make a daily run (time permitting) past the set after working the targets and often wondered if we ever disrupted any scenes.”

flytofight:

From an old timer on air warriors:

"Here is one from an April 1982 weps det to El Centro while instructing at VT-22. Filming was in progress for Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi in the desert between Yuma and El Centro. We would make a daily run (time permitting) past the set after working the targets and often wondered if we ever disrupted any scenes.”

mariano-iannuzzi:

Blackburn Buccaneer S2B XX885 12 Fairford 21.07.1991 by Victor Vulcan http://flic.kr/p/pbdCsk

mariano-iannuzzi:

Blackburn Buccaneer S2B XX885 12 Fairford 21.07.1991 by Victor Vulcan http://flic.kr/p/pbdCsk

warhistoryonline:

New on War History Online: Refurbished World War Two Plane Takes Off From Robin Hood Airport http://wrhstol.com/1vuJLKj

warhistoryonline:

New on War History Online: Refurbished World War Two Plane Takes Off From Robin Hood Airport http://wrhstol.com/1vuJLKj


From Wikipedia Picture Of The Day; September 30, 2014:
USS Macon was a rigid airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting. It also served as a “flying aircraft carrier”, carrying biplane parasite aircraft, either five single-seat Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawks for scouting or two-seat Fleet N2Y-1s for training. Launched in 1933, Macon was in service for less than two years: in 1935 it was damaged in a storm and lost off California’s Big Sur coast. Its wreckage is listed as “USS Macon Airship Remains” on the National Register of Historic Places.
Photo: Naval Historical Center

From Wikipedia Picture Of The Day; September 30, 2014:

USS Macon was a rigid airship built and operated by the United States Navy for scouting. It also served as a “flying aircraft carrier”, carrying biplane parasite aircraft, either five single-seat Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawks for scouting or two-seat Fleet N2Y-1s for training. Launched in 1933, Macon was in service for less than two years: in 1935 it was damaged in a storm and lost off California’s Big Sur coast. Its wreckage is listed as “USS Macon Airship Remains” on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photo: Naval Historical Center

clownprinceofarkham:

GR4 Tornado

clownprinceofarkham:

GR4 Tornado

clemente3000:

F-22 inbound to first ever strike mission, refueling from a KC-10

clemente3000:

F-22 inbound to first ever strike mission, refueling from a KC-10