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Morne Meyer said on May 5, 2017
Thanks Rob for another fine selection of photos. Especially the 3rd photo depicting a SAAF Spitfire.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on May 5, 2017
I was 4 years old when the XB-70 rolled out. Talking about being in awe at that age seeing that big white airplane with the silver wheels, I knew then I wanted to fly, I was able to fulfill that dream. Did the same with my son at 4, but this case an airshow, it had the same effect on him, he is in the Air Force flying F-15’s. Thanks Rob, I enjoy the memories and the thought provoking images.
Dirk Derks said on May 5, 2017
Favorite is the RN AEW Skyraider aircraft.
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
neil foster said on May 5, 2017
Hi Dirk are you looking at picture # 46 ,I thought that was a Gannet….N
Allan J Withers said on May 5, 2017
Hi Neil, Dirk, I thought Gannet at first as well but I’ll take Dirks word for it !
Craig Abrahamson said on May 5, 2017
Love this Friday Briefing segment, Rob…..great idea. Those two Mig-15 shots are breathtaking. And I don’t think I’ve ever seen Stearmans (?) with that particular national insignia – wonder what year that was taken? Finally, the second photo after the X-15 (which is another great pic) – just what the heck IS that?
Jeff Bailey said on May 5, 2017
Great as always! One of my favorite things to do on a Friday is to check for the Friday Briefing.
Great set of pics as usual ,#6 with the MiG 15 or is it a 17 ? looks real to me ,some of these kind of pics very often look photoshopped but this is awesome.
It may well be a -17, Neil….and you also could be right about the ‘credibility” of the photo (seems like an awful lot of water displaced, doesn’t it?).
…and that Mig with its’ tail on the ground IS a -17 (15’s only had TWO wing fences).
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