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During the early days of Vietnam Conflict, the US developed a special kind of attack aircraft to stop the flow of enemy troops and supplies: the gunship. The Gunship aircraft, born from the convers…

This is how big planes are

This is how big planes are

C130s firing their flares. Aka Angel of Death. USA Air Force

***A Pair of Firing Their Flares. Also Known As "Angels of Death" *** Amazing Pictures

AC130 Gunship

gunship "Bringin' the rain," with Bofors cannon and Fulton surface-to-air recovery system on the nose.

Stuka Tank-Buster

Stuka Tank-Buster - Kind of looks like a model with some photo editing, but they did have these so it could be the real thing.

A-10 Warthog

A-10 Warthog

AC-130 Gunship

ON BAD-ASS DUDE! Created during the Vietnam conflict. All started with 'I betcha we can fire that artillery piece from that plane'.

AC-130 Spectre Gunship: take a C-130 Transport plane and give it a ridiculous armament. The fact that it has a 105mm howitzer on it is impressive enough. It means the Spooky is the worlds first flying artillery piece. But add to it the fact that the howitzer is AUTOMATIC, meaning it fires approx 1 round per second, makes this the most beautiful flying machine on earth.

Spectre Gunship: take a Transport plane and give it a ridiculous…

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The Smoke Angels.Wingtip vortices shown in flare smoke left behind a Globemaster III. How does an aircraft fly? Think of it like this, due to the design of the wing, larger number of air.

Hung thần bóng đêm đáng sợ của Không quân Mỹ - Ảnh 1.

Hung thần bóng đêm đáng sợ của Không quân Mỹ - Ảnh 1.

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my dream job is to be an air force pilot because not only of the fun of flying, but you get paid well, you receive good benefits, and there are plenty of other pilot opportunities once retired from the air force.

Lockheed P-38L Lightning. My high school Chemistry teacher, Mr Williams, flew one of these in Europe during WWII. It was all too easy to get him off subject and recounting war stories!

WWII era fighter aircraft - Lockheed Lightning: "Fork-Tailed Devil" the Germans were very fearful of this American fighter described as screaming death