At the Moment: Aviation

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9:24 PM
August 30th, 2013

Getting this back in action

Been getting started in my aviation maintenance career for the past year or so, and honestly forgot all about this thing in the midst of commuting back and forth from Detroit to Philly and working 3rd shift.  I am going to start posting again, and add some pictures of my own here and there.  Feel free to submit some of your own too!  

9:17 PM
August 30th, 2013

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11:39 AM
December 7th, 2011
youlikeairplanestoo:

Ahh, the soothing warmth of the afterburning Pratt & Whitney F100-200 series turbofan. This one has wings and is sometimes referred to as the F-16 Fighting Falcon. Photo by Simon Gratien.
Full version here.


youlikeairplanestoo:

Ahh, the soothing warmth of the afterburning Pratt & Whitney F100-200 series turbofan. This one has wings and is sometimes referred to as the F-16 Fighting Falcon. Photo by Simon Gratien.
Full version here.

(Source: youlikeairplanestoo)

10:31 PM
December 2nd, 2011
youlikeairplanestoo:

A pair of Gyroflug Speed Canards in trail behind a Short SC.7 Skyvan on a photo mission. Heck of a sight! Photo by Geoff Collins.
Full version here.


youlikeairplanestoo:

A pair of Gyroflug Speed Canards in trail behind a Short SC.7 Skyvan on a photo mission. Heck of a sight! Photo by Geoff Collins.
Full version here.

(Source: youlikeairplanestoo)

12:40 AM
November 16th, 2011
SU-27 crash landing.  


SU-27 crash landing.  

12:38 AM
November 16th, 2011
Pretty screwed up F-18!


Pretty screwed up F-18!

12:36 AM
November 16th, 2011
C-141 with some birds lodged into the nose cone… I’m assuming the damage on the forward section of the nose is from the birds striking it also.  All in all, not something you see every day.  


C-141 with some birds lodged into the nose cone… I’m assuming the damage on the forward section of the nose is from the birds striking it also.  All in all, not something you see every day.  

9:43 PM
November 14th, 2011
youlikeairplanestoo:

What a scene! You certainly don’t see this very often.

A formation of C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft fly together as they are flown back to Yokota Air Base, Japan, from a training mission near Mount Fuji, Nov. 2, 2011. Aircrew members from the 36th Airlift Squadron participated in Samurai Surge, an all-day training exercise testing mission capability of many agencies throughout Yokota. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Raymond Geoffroy)
Full version here.


youlikeairplanestoo:

What a scene! You certainly don’t see this very often.

A formation of C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft fly together as they are flown back to Yokota Air Base, Japan, from a training mission near Mount Fuji, Nov. 2, 2011. Aircrew members from the 36th Airlift Squadron participated in Samurai Surge, an all-day training exercise testing mission capability of many agencies throughout Yokota. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Raymond Geoffroy)
Full version here.

(Source: youlikeairplanestoo)

12:34 AM
November 14th, 2011
air-porne:

aaaaamazing!


air-porne:

aaaaamazing!

(Source: upularous)

11:31 AM
November 10th, 2011
youlikeairplanestoo:

Hey, Marine Corps! Happy 236th Birthday! Don’t worry, I wouldn’t dare attempt to give you 236 spankings…

Marines and sailors from India Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, make their way to a Marine Medium Tiltorotor Squadron 365 MV-22 Osprey near checkpoint 52 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif. to fly out to Range 210 to conduct the Clear, Hold, Build Exercise 2H March 3. As the heloborne company, India was the only 3/3 company to fly into position for the exercise. Photo by U.S. Marine Corps.
Full version here.


youlikeairplanestoo:

Hey, Marine Corps! Happy 236th Birthday! Don’t worry, I wouldn’t dare attempt to give you 236 spankings…

Marines and sailors from India Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, make their way to a Marine Medium Tiltorotor Squadron 365 MV-22 Osprey near checkpoint 52 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif. to fly out to Range 210 to conduct the Clear, Hold, Build Exercise 2H March 3. As the heloborne company, India was the only 3/3 company to fly into position for the exercise. Photo by U.S. Marine Corps.
Full version here.

(Source: youlikeairplanestoo)