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The amazing Star Wars vehicles and location cutaways by Hans Jenssen

The amazing Star Wars vehicles and location cutaways by Hans Jenssen

RAF Harrier GR3 (via Pinterest)

Royal Navy fighter pilot Lord Alexander Hawke's Harrier in the skies over Baghdad in the Iraq War. His squadron was based on the HMS Ark Royal.

Wings in the sky

Outstanding photo by Darren Hillman, 'Phoenix Phantom', of an RAF McDonnell-Douglas

Phantom II, cortesía de Adam Tooby. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Phantom II, cortesía de Adam Tooby. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

F-4C Phantom II "Scat XXVII" flown by Col. Robin Olds

This thread is intended for 'Aviation Art' only. Paintings, Drawings, Water-colors and any other Mediums of Art. we have other threads available to post photos in.

F-4 Phantom

Detailed image of the McDonnell Douglas Phantom II Multirole / Carrierbased Fighter / Strike Fighter Aircraft aircraft cockpit

The F-4 Phantom II "Spook". Every country that flew the F-4 had its very own "Spook" that reflected their country's culture or history. For example, Britain flew the F-4 so their character wore a bowler hat and overcoat, and Egypt's "Spook" resembled a Pharaoh and so on. My Grandfather worked for McDonnell Douglas and had a poster with all of the on it.

The F-4 Phantom II "Spook". Every country that flew the F-4 had its very own "Spook" that reflected their country's culture or history. For example, Britain flew the F-4 so their character wore a bowler hat and overcoat, and Egypt's "Spook" resembled a Pharaoh and so on. My Grandfather worked for McDonnell Douglas and had a poster with all of the on it.

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