The Aircraft Encyclopedia

theworldairforce:

PAK T50 Dancing

Courtesy: Military Aviation

Don’t worry followers! I’m still here!

Just physically and mentally exhausted. Been in training for my new job at Charter, and yesterday I started taking calls for the first time.

I am so worn out. 

I have plans to keep posting, I just need to let my brain recover for a bit so that it’s not shorting out all the time.

A flight of three Czech JAS-39C Gripens, with the lead aircraft sporting a Tiger Meet scheme. The Gripen is a small multirole aircraft developed by the famous Saab company. The newest customer to receive the Gripen is Brazil, who ordered a small number of them to replace their aging Mirage 2000s. (Photo)

A flight of three Czech JAS-39C Gripens, with the lead aircraft sporting a Tiger Meet scheme. The Gripen is a small multirole aircraft developed by the famous Saab company. The newest customer to receive the Gripen is Brazil, who ordered a small number of them to replace their aging Mirage 2000s. (Photo)

What’s this? The prototype of the F-16? Nope! This is in fact a Belgian Air Force F-16AM painted up to look like the YF-16 in honor of the Fighting Falcon’s 40th anniversary. (Photo)

What’s this? The prototype of the F-16? Nope! This is in fact a Belgian Air Force F-16AM painted up to look like the YF-16 in honor of the Fighting Falcon’s 40th anniversary. (Photo)

One of the more iconic post-war piston engined aircraft, the Skyraider served a very hardworking career. The last example of the massive attack aircraft was retired in 1985 by the Gabonese Air Force. Seeing  service in Korea and Vietnam, the Skyraider made a name for itself in combat. Armed to the teeth, the Skyraider had 15 weapon stations to carry air-to-ground ordnance, along with four 20-mm cannons to add an even greater punch. (Photo)

One of the more iconic post-war piston engined aircraft, the Skyraider served a very hardworking career. The last example of the massive attack aircraft was retired in 1985 by the Gabonese Air Force. Seeing  service in Korea and Vietnam, the Skyraider made a name for itself in combat. Armed to the teeth, the Skyraider had 15 weapon stations to carry air-to-ground ordnance, along with four 20-mm cannons to add an even greater punch. (Photo)

retrowar:

Duo

Looking forward to seeing these two fly together more often!

retrowar:

Duo

Looking forward to seeing these two fly together more often!

The bread, tomato, and lettuce are condiments to the bacon.
helghasttactician on the proper method of making a BLT sandwich (via lykos777)
How to make a real BLT. 

How to make a real BLT. 

rocketman-inc:

SAAB JAS-39 Gripen

rocketman-inc:

SAAB JAS-39 Gripen

MRW PS4 is all set up and ready to go.