1. When its OK to use the F-word

2. That’s gonna be paperwork

3. I’m sorry, but not this time

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9. Shredded Seminole and the Wild True Story Behind It! P.S. It’s Not an Angry Wife With a Chainsaw

10. True Story Behind “Plane in a Tree” Photo…

11. Emergency Exit Fail

12. Wrong button

13. Fasten Your Seatbelt If You Can

14. Priceless

15. The pilot of a Cessna climbs out of his small plane uninjured after a giant Russian Antonov jet, in background, flipped it over with the force of its engines while both aircraft were taxiing toward the main runway Thursday at Calgary International Aiport.

16. Let’s TP principal’s airplane instead!

17. A crack in the window

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19. When he kisses you so passionately it lifts you off your feet

20. Two Su-27SM have some hot action on a cold day

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Bart Thompson
Bart Thompson
2 years ago

The F-18 pic is fake all fighter aircraft have a switch on the gear and when weight is on the gear none of the armament will fire.

John Andrew
John Andrew
1 year ago

Love the crack in the window

D Felix
D Felix
1 year ago

I was working in Wing Safety Office at Hurlburt Field when cop tried to drive under F-15. Got the photos in my morning Email. They were promptly deleted from all servers. Taken by a tow truck driver without autorization.
Cops stated he dropped phone on floor, trying to pick up. That didnt explain why civilian woman was in the car with him.

Ether
Ether
1 year ago

Such funny. Wow.

liaqat ali
liaqat ali
1 year ago

nice

Ken Spoon
Ken Spoon
1 year ago

I’ve seen an F4 lose a sidewinder during an arrested landing. Any mechanical device can fail. (Mechanical device being the latches on a LAU 7 missile launcher)

Pedro Penduco
Pedro Penduco
11 months ago

Actually a friend of mine was marshalling an F4 when it fired a sidewinder missile at him. Rain had gotten into the pylon & shorted out the firing circuit! He was given the rest of the day off. 🙂

Dan
Dan
4 months ago

I witnessed an AIM7 missile on a taxiing F4D exhausting black smoke and the canards twitching as far as they could while still in the fuselage station. It did not come off the aircraft, thanks to the weight on gear switch. Story on base was that the pilots so distrusted the Sparrow that in flight they would drop in trail and attempt a lock on each other. I wonder if this pilot got in a hurry…