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Mirage F.1CG Walkaround

Hi everyone! Here are a few mostly close-up shots of two HAF Mirage F.1CGs. The HAF Mirage F.1CGs equipped the 342 and 334 All Weather Squadrons. A peculiarity of the HAF F.1CG was that they used the American Sidewinder air-to-air missile. The[...]

F-102A Walkaround

Hi everyone! Descended from the plans of Dr. Alexander Lippisch, the Convair F-102 Delta Dagger was an American interceptor aircraft that was built as part of the backbone of the United States Air Force's air defenses in the late 1950s. Enterin[...]

C-47 Walkaround

Hi everyone! I had the chance to spend some time near HAF's C-47, s/n KK156. This was the last flying HAF C-47, meticulously maintained, til its last flight that took place sometime around 2010, or even before... Since then, it resides in 114CW,[...]

T-41 Mescalero Walk Around

The subject of these photos is probably a little obscure, but there have been a couple of T-41 models from Minicraft, PM, and others. My wife was a military instructor pilot who was assigned from 1986 to 1990 at Hondo Airfield just west of San [...]

Naked T-38

In 1990, I was an instructor pilot and wing staff officer assigned to Randolph AFB in San Antonio, Texas. At the time, the wing was flying T-37's and T-38's. I was on my way back from a meeting and happened to pass the wing paint shop and noti[...]

Me 109e-4

I just bought a Tamiya 109E off of ebay. I thought it would be fun to go back in to my archives and find my photos of the 109 at Thunder Over Michigan a few years ago. This was Russel's restored E that I believe was recently sold and is now in E[...]

DH 89A Dragon Rapide

OK, lets take a stride away from the local brand of Avro for a while and go for another British house hold name, de Havilland. This absolute classic is another civilian in silver dope. It was built in 1935 and ran the route of Belfast-Liverpool-[...]

Avro 504 K

This beautiful Avro 504 K is a real classic and can be seen at the MOSI museum in Manchester, England. The 504 was designed in 1913 and was used as a standard trainer for RFC and later RAF during WW 1 and post war. Many were sold as surplus afte[...]

Avro 707A

This is the second Avro 707A. It was assembled at the Avro maintenance facility at Bracebridge heath in Lincolnshire and flew for the first time on 20 February 1953. As early as 1947 the Avro company designed a jet bomber that was eventually dev[...]

Surprise Walk Around: MD 500E

While out for a walk I stumble upon this fabulous MD 500E sitting on the lawn outside a restaurant. Pilot probably out for a spin and a meal as it is bank holiday and weather couldnĀ“t be better for a fly around and lunch with partner or friend. [...]