Fighter Jets

Collection by Craig Johnson • Last updated 5 days ago


de Havilland DH.110 Sea Vixen, 'Foxy Lady', XP924, G-CVIX

Beachy Head, East Sussex, England

Grumman F9F-7 and F9F-8 'Cougar'

Page 1 of 32 - A7M "Reppu" - posted in Naval Aircraft: Since there is no thread on the A7M which will be slated to grace WT in the near future. I decided to make one. What are your opinions on the plane ? What will you think its BR will be ? Any good picture or art of the planes ? Just post it here. Historical data and information of the plane are also welcomed. Towards the end of 1940, the Imperial Japanese Navy asked Mitsubishi to start design on a 16-Shi ca...

VF-191 F-8J Crusader BuNo 150295, NM-105

USS Oriskany VF-191 Satans Kittens F-8J Crusader BuNo 150295, NM-105, in-flight with a Sidewinder missile, 1973. Photographer unknown.


. I try to get the identities correct, but when I am wrong feel free to leave a comment correcting me. I won't be insulted. Aerial refueling Afterburner Airplane on a stick Captured aircraft Derelict Engine test bed Formation flight Sunday JATO Low Pass Monoplane Monday On a wing On floats On skis Parachute brake Shark mouth Snow day Tail gun Working on the line Archive

Can We Learn Something From The Defunct A-7F "Strikefighter?"

From Foxtrot Alpha: The A-7 Corsair II, known also as the SLUF, as in "Short Little Ugly Fucker," was a conservative balance of economy, persistence, payload, and technology, and its final design evolution, the A-7F, could have been the right fighter for the wars to come in the new millennium.


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Not Often Seen Photos of SR-71 Blackbird - Aviation Humor

I wouldn’t mind being stuck in traffic with the Blackbird. SR-71A (#61-7958) towed down on its way to the Museum of Aviation near Warner Robins, GA. (1990). The irony of being stuck in a traffic caused by one of the fastest jet on the planet. A Lockheed A12 mounted upside-down for radar testing at Area […]