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Dog Drama

On another note, a dialogue between me and my dog:

Me: What a lovely evening, don’t you think, Lockheed?

Lockheed: YES! OH HEY THERE IS A CAT BACK THERE I HAVE TO GO THAT IS MY BEST FRIEND BACK THERE! 151 more words

Boonies

Triple Tale


Feature image courtesy of Zoggavia.com

 

Triple Tale

Every airplane has a life story.

I couldn’t possibly tell them all, but I can trace the star of my… 1,141 more words

Aviation

Military Fact and Legends: Rise and Fall of the SR-71 Blackbird

During the last few years of World War II, the United States and Soviet Union – both long weary of the other – became unlikely allies against Adolf Hitler’s takeover of Eastern Europe. 832 more words

Amazing Military Stories

Lockheed P-38J Lightning 'Ruff Stuff'

@ Wittman Airport, Oshkosh, WI

July 2010

The unmistakable canopy of a P-38 Lightning.  Originally built in 1945, this aircraft was never deployed and survived the war without ever seeing combat service.   35 more words

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner

@Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL

March 2009

The Lockheed L-1649 Starliner was the last model of Lockheed’s graceful Constellation line.  This Connie at Kermit Week’s Fantasy of Flight facility served previously as West German Air Force One and was last airworthy for a ferry flight from Sanford to Polk County back in 2001. 11 more words

Cee’s Black and White Challenge - Numbers

Numbers: Famous or Infamous

April 15, 2015

These are aircraft tail or serial numbers—each aircraft holds a famous or infamous (depending on your point of view) place in history. 191 more words

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