To all American friends
To all my American friends: happy Independence Day
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My last flight
And this was shot during My very last low pass during my last flight ...
Well a PPL is meant for single seat single engine aircraft and the F16 is just that. There are two basic principles to flying: 1) what’s goes up will come down 2) if you’re pulling on the stick and the trees are getting bigger, you’re probably flying upsi...
That is a terrific capture.
My Uncle flew the F4 Phantom many years, and logged over 4000 hours and mission time in Vietnam. I loved that aircraft, and sat in it several times as a youngster. These past few years, he has flown the plane at airshows. He is mid 70s now, but still gets...
I got one ride in the backseat of an F4, amazing machine Back in Vietnam it was an incredible machine and it still is Thanks for sharing
That’s very much appreciated
More than you can imagine I belief I’m one of the very few nonAmericans who flew combat in Iraq as member of the US Airforce and till today I’m proud I served
I’ve seen more guys
Suffering from that. But that’s more appropriate for PM rather than public website or forum Will drop you a note It’s good the US is taking care of such individuals
Sharp eyes I must say. It’s AIM 120 and the sidewinder. Underwing left side is, from memory, the ASRAAM which doesn’t have the forward wings (only when fired will they pop out) On Bremont; I’m not a huge fan of them. And their link to flying seems bit as ...
I completely agree with you with Bremont!
Their flying connection comes from marketing and nowhere else. The Concorde watch should be a Quartz: all official Concorde watches at the time were celebrating the victory of electronic and accuracy over dirty mechanic systems! But it is true that they k...
Wow. Thanks for sharing, Dr No.
I can appreciate the immense pride of your Uncle, may he rest in peace, and am glad that he was able to sort out the circuitry issue.
Apologies late response but you’re niece is not far from the truth. Can’t say more about it other than that once operational, the failure rate was still high (putting it mildly) and no pilot really liked carrying them because you never knew. Later version...