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"Yo, Buddy... still alive?" ―Pixy Larry "Pixy" Foulke was a mercenary pilot during the Belkan War. He is much better known as simply "Pixy", as Cipher's wingman during the majority of Ace Com...

still alive?" ―Pixy Larry "Pixy" Foulke was a mercenary pilot during the Belkan War. He is much better known as simply "Pixy", as Cipher's wingman during the majority of Ace Com.

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The Fifteenth Amendment is ratified, rock 'n' roll loses three stars in an Iowa plane crash, Serpico is shot, and a woman pilots the space shuttle for the first time, all on this day.

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Historical Times / The wreck of the 1908 Wright Flyer that seriously injured Orville Wright & killed Lt. Thomas Selfridge, the first person to die as the result of an airplane accident, September 1908

Боинг B-17G «Летающая Крепость» американский бомбардировщик

The Most Amazing Landings of Boeing Flying Fortress , 33 photos in Others category, Others photos

Now The F-35 Has An Ejection Seat Problem

Now The F-35 Has An Ejection Seat Problem

A sled test of the Martin Baker ejection seat for the (Photo: Martin Baker)

Pilot ejecting from his Chance-Vought F8U just 20 miles short of reaching his carrier, the USS America. His aircraft suffered fuel-system damage from flak over North Vietnam. 1972.

Pilot ejecting from his Chance-Vought just 20 miles short of reaching his carrier, the USS America. His aircraft suffered fuel-system damage from flak over North Vietnam.

Split-second moment two pilots eject from doomed fighter jet before it crashes and erupts into a fireball at airshow

Split-second moment two pilots eject from doomed fighter jet before it crashes and erupts into a fireball at airshow

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.Not sure..but this pic looks like the jet that went down here in Alberta

Pilot Captain Brian Bews parachutes to safety as his fighter jet plummets to the ground during a practice flight at the Lethbridge County Airport for a weekend airshow in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

World War I fighter pilot Albert Ball (August 14, 1896-May 7, 1917). At the time of his death in the skies over flying ace with forty-four victories in aerial combat. After a crash took his life in 1917, the Germans claimed Ball was shot down by the Red Barons younger brother Lothar von Richtofen. This has been contested with the theory that Ball became disoriented during a maneuver in cloudy skies, suffering a form of temporary vertigo that has killed other pilots.

World War I fighter pilot Albert Ball (August At the time of his death in the skies over France, he was Britains most lethal flying ace with forty-four victories.

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