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Aug
17th
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Formation flight Sunday.   “Eighteen U.S. Navy Martin BM-1s and BM-2s of torpedo squadron VT-1S off the coast of San Diego, California (USA), in the early 1930s.”

Formation flight Sunday. “Eighteen U.S. Navy Martin BM-1s and BM-2s of torpedo squadron VT-1S off the coast of San Diego, California (USA), in the early 1930s.”

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Formation flight Sunday.  “Air Force Boeing 757, P3K Orion and C-130 Hercules in formation.”

Formation flight Sunday. “Air Force Boeing 757, P3K Orion and C-130 Hercules in formation.”

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Formation flight Sunday.  “A U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber aircraft from the 337th Test and Evaluation Squadron (TES) stands by as another Lancer connects with a U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aerial refueling aircraft Feb. 23, 2012 for inflight refueling during a mission over the Gulf of Mexico near Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The 337th TES is a geographically separated unit of the 53rd Wing, which is headquartered at Eglin AFB. The 337th TES is responsible for operational testing of all B-1B defensive and offensive systems and weapons upgrades. (Courtesy photo by Jake Melampy)”

Formation flight Sunday. “A U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancer bomber aircraft from the 337th Test and Evaluation Squadron (TES) stands by as another Lancer connects with a U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker aerial refueling aircraft Feb. 23, 2012 for inflight refueling during a mission over the Gulf of Mexico near Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The 337th TES is a geographically separated unit of the 53rd Wing, which is headquartered at Eglin AFB. The 337th TES is responsible for operational testing of all B-1B defensive and offensive systems and weapons upgrades. (Courtesy photo by Jake Melampy)”

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Formation flight Sunday.  “Four planes of U.S. Navy Carrier Air Group Three (CVG-3) in 1958: A Vought F8U-1 Crusader of fighter squadron VF-32 Swordsmen (left), a Grumman F9F-8P Cougar of reconnaissance squadron VFP-62 Det.43 Fighting Photos (above), a Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk of attack squadron VA-34 Blue Blasters (below), and a McDonnell F3H-2N Demon of VF-31 Tomcatters (right). CVG-3 was deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CVA-60) to the Mediterranean Sea from 1 February to 1 October 1958. CVG-3 (after 1963 CVW-3) was stationed aboard the Saratoga from 1958 to 1980.”

Formation flight Sunday. “Four planes of U.S. Navy Carrier Air Group Three (CVG-3) in 1958: A Vought F8U-1 Crusader of fighter squadron VF-32 Swordsmen (left), a Grumman F9F-8P Cougar of reconnaissance squadron VFP-62 Det.43 Fighting Photos (above), a Douglas A4D-1 Skyhawk of attack squadron VA-34 Blue Blasters (below), and a McDonnell F3H-2N Demon of VF-31 Tomcatters (right). CVG-3 was deployed aboard the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CVA-60) to the Mediterranean Sea from 1 February to 1 October 1958. CVG-3 (after 1963 CVW-3) was stationed aboard the Saratoga from 1958 to 1980.”

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Formation flight Sunday.

Formation flight Sunday.

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Formation flight Sunday.

Formation flight Sunday.

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Formation flight Sunday.  “An air-to-air right underside view of a T-33 Shooting Star aircraft, top, an F-106 Delta Dart aircraft, center, and an F-15 Eagle aircraft, bottom, in formation. The aircraft are assigned to the 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord Air Force Base, Washington.”

Formation flight Sunday. “An air-to-air right underside view of a T-33 Shooting Star aircraft, top, an F-106 Delta Dart aircraft, center, and an F-15 Eagle aircraft, bottom, in formation. The aircraft are assigned to the 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, McChord Air Force Base, Washington.”

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Formation flight Sunday.

Formation flight Sunday.

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Formation flight Sunday reblog.

Formation flight Sunday reblog.

(Source: forarchivalpurposes, via ronniemathewsiii)

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Aug
11th
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Spot the Eagle.

Spot the Eagle.

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Aug
10th
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Formation flight Sunday.  “U.S. and Iraqi air force airmen fly in formation during one of the last training flights for the 52nd Expeditionary Flight Training Squadron and Squadron 203 Sept. 3, 2011, over Iraq. Advisors from the 52nd EFTS turned over flight training operations to the Iraqi air force Squadron 203 Sept. 5. The training program takes 18-month to qualify and certify an instructor pilot. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tyler Placie)”

Formation flight Sunday. “U.S. and Iraqi air force airmen fly in formation during one of the last training flights for the 52nd Expeditionary Flight Training Squadron and Squadron 203 Sept. 3, 2011, over Iraq. Advisors from the 52nd EFTS turned over flight training operations to the Iraqi air force Squadron 203 Sept. 5. The training program takes 18-month to qualify and certify an instructor pilot. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Tyler Placie)”

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Formation flight Sunday.  Kingfishers

Formation flight Sunday. Kingfishers

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Formation flight Sunday.

Formation flight Sunday.

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Formation flight Sunday.   Sabres

Formation flight Sunday. Sabres

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Formation flight Sunday.  Corsairs

Formation flight Sunday. Corsairs

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