"2 lines you should never cross….horizontal and vertical"
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A B-57 Canberra observes an Operation Hardtack nuclear test at Kwajalein Atoll in, 1958.
such a classic airplane design. those wingtip pods
the night ops ones used in Vietnam are the best hands down
P-51 Mustang and F4U Corsair for Breitling.
The Martin B-57 Canberra is a United States-built, twin jet engine tactical bomber and reconnaissance aircraft that entered service with the United States Air Force (USAF) in 1953. The B-57 was a licence-built version of the English Electric Canberra; the Glenn L. Martin Company later modified the design to produce several unique variants.
The Canberra was the first U.S. jet bomber to drop bombs during combat, its retirement in 1983 ended the era of the tactical bomber that had its beginning with the World War I De Havilland DH-4. The two remaining flightworthy WB-57Fs are technically assigned to the NASA Johnson Space Center, next to Ellington Field in Houston, as high-altitude scientific research aircraft, but are also used for testing and combat in the U.S. and Afghanistan.
McDonnell XP-67 Moonbat
Royal Australian Air Force F-111 Aardvark (Australian Nickname - “The Pig”) Performing “Dump & Burn.”
In a “Dump & Burn,” the fuel dump is opened between the engines while the engines are brought to afterburner. A fountain of flame starts about five feet behind the aircraft. USAF policy denounces the practice, but the Australians loved it and would incorporate it into air displays.
Article and lots of videos of “Dump & Burns” at Foxtrot Alpha
You PMCS bro?
Hawker Sea Hawk with folded wings