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Reconnaissance Aircraft

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Ceremonial: The Battle of Britain memorial flight's Merlin powered Mk IIa Spitfire P7350, complete with brown and green camouflage

Using the skill and experience of former RAF pilot Tim Ellison, north London born photographer John Dibbs was able to fly to within 15ft of different Spitfire planes.

Mysterious Northrop Grumman Spy Plane Emerges At The Mojave Air and Space Port - The Drive

Called the H03, the design is reminiscent of a number of other high-flying, glider-like intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft.

The Modelling News: Dry fit & review: Gary pieces together KittyHawk's 1:48 McDonnell F-101B / RF-101B

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The aircraft we are presenting today has not only served as the bombing aircraft but also as a reconnaissance and an aerial refueling tanker. The name of this aircraft is Handley Page Victor which served for the British Royal Air Force after it was designed and manufactured by the Handley Page Aircraft Company back in the early 50s #crewdaily #Aircraft #aviation #AerialTanker #Airforce #
Working on the flight deck is a major lesson in multitasking. You could be launching aircraft and recovering them at the same time, all while sailing full speed ahead, rain or shine. Navy aircraft carriers allow us to get our aviators as close as possible to the action. And the people who work at the world’s fastest-paced airport are the ones who get them there. Everything you do will help put our birds in the sky 🟠🟠🟠 🎬Film Credits: America's Navy
US Marine F-35B Lightning II aircraft refuel at the hot pit on Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton, California, United States 🔶🔶🔶 🎬Film Credits: MOTORIZADO
The B-2 Spirit aircraft, built as a part of the ATB Program in the 1970s, and still remains the most expensive aircraft to build, costing over $2 billion each 🟠🟠🟠Footage Credit: US Air Force, US Army, Derivative Work by The Daily Aviation 🟠🟠🟠Thumbnail Credit: US Army, Derivative Work by The Daily Aviation 🟠🟠🟠 Voice, text and video editing belong to The Daily Aviation, any use of these content without permission is forbidden