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One Last TIme - As the sun sets, Blue Angels Boss, Captain Greg McWherter, steps down from his F-18 Hornet for the last time.

As the sun sets, Blue Angels Boss, Captain Greg McWherter, steps down from his Hornet for the last time.

North American B-25J Mitchell aircraft picture

North American B-25J Mitchell aircraft picture

One of the stealth features if the B-2 I'd you can't tell whether its coming or going

One of the stealth features if the I'd you can't tell whether its coming or going

North American B-25J Mitchell "Lady Luck" | par Armchair Aviator

North American B-25J Mitchell "Lady Luck" | par Armchair Aviator

North American TB-25J Mitchell  N345TH / 1385 (cn 108-37460)

North American TB-25J Mitchell N345TH / 1385 (cn 108-37460)

North American B-25J Mitchell

Enroute to the Doolittle Raider Reunion at Wright Field, Ohio - Photo taken at In Flight in Wisconsin, USA on April

In the US navy aircraft designation scheme, the leading "F" stood for "fighter", and the trailing letter of a fighter designation signified the manufacturer, a trailing "F" meaning "Grumman". I never could figure why the navy decided to have more than one "F4" fighter, but here it is, the F4U Corsair, manufactured by Vought (later Chance-Vought). Seaman BFD

Cool photos and descriptions by a professional aviation photographer of the aircraft flying at the Chino Air Show in California.

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B-25 Mitchell Bomber.

Georgie's Gal seen taxiing for departure after the Kent State University Aviation Heritage Fair 2013 had completed. - Photo taken at Stow - Kent State University in Ohio, USA on September

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