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The two flying Fokker DrIII Triplanes on permanent display at the Great War Flying Museum, Brampton Airport, Ontario taxi out for their fly past.
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Blue Angels Andrews AFB Air Show
So obviously I did some editing. HDR generated from a single raw.
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Flyby of the Lockheed P-38L Lightning at the Planes of Fame Airshow 2012. Chino, CA
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Heritage Formation of two Lockheed P-38 Lightnings (a J and a L), North American P-51D Mustang, and McDonnell Douglas QF-4E Phantom II
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Grumman F-14 Tomcat at the Smithsonian Steven Udvar Hazy Center. This is one of the F-14s that participated in the Gulf of Sidra incident which resulted in the downing of a pair of Liybian Mig-23s
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Flyby of the Lockheed T-33 Shooting Star at the McChord AFB Airshow 2012
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Messerschmitt Me-262A-1c (reproduction) being towed around the field at the Paine Field Warbird Weekend 2011

It seems they converted it to a two seater since I last saw it (these reproductions are capable of being easily converted from single seaters to two seaters and back again). Really wish they would've flown her but oh well
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Douglas A-1E Skyraider taking off for its display at the Nellis AFB show 2010
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Rockwell B-1B Lancer on static display for the McChord AFB Airshow 2012
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North American AT-6C Texan landing at Paine Field (KPAE). Not exactly the best landing I must say. Bouncy Bouncy!

Still say we need to get some score cards for spotting by the windsock! xD
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