F4D-1 Skyrays of Fighter Squadron (VF) 74 pictured during a fly over of Naval Air Station (NAS) Miramar, California, during filming for the Wide Wide World television show on May 14. 1956, fifty-eight years ago today.
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F4D-1 Skyrays of Fighter Squadron (VF) 74 pictured during a fly over of Naval Air Station (NAS) Miramar, California, during filming for the Wide Wide World television show on May 14. 1956, fifty-eight years ago today.

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F2H-3 Banshees of Fighter Squadron (VF) 141 off the carrier Kearsarge (CVA 33) pictured in formation over Mt. Fuji in Japan on February 10, 1956.
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F2H-3 Banshees of Fighter Squadron (VF) 141 off the carrier Kearsarge (CVA 33) pictured in formation over Mt. Fuji in Japan on February 10, 1956.

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Lökhajtásos vadászgép a budapesti repülőnapon. Repülés, 1954. augusztus 25.
A Hungarian MiG-15bis, no 824. Cover of the Hungarian semi-monthly magazine, “Flight”, August 25, 1954.

Lökhajtásos vadászgép a budapesti repülőnapon. Repülés, 1954. augusztus 25.

A Hungarian MiG-15bis, no 824. Cover of the Hungarian semi-monthly magazine, “Flight”, August 25, 1954.

The “Krasnaya Pyaterka” aerobatic display team,  above Moscow. In the background - the building of Moscow State University. 1953.
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The “Krasnaya Pyaterka” aerobatic display team,  above Moscow. In the background - the building of Moscow State University. 1953.

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1000 kilométeres sebességen felül! Szovjet hőreakciós vadász műrepülés közben. (Kép a Sztálini Sólymok Ünnepe című színes szovjet filmből). Repülés, 1952. március 25.
Over 1000 km/h! Soviet jet fighter during exhibition flight. (Pic from the soviet documentary about the Russian National Aviation Day, Tushino, 1951). Cover of the Hungarian semi-monthly magazine, “Flight”, Match 25, 1952.
This is no. 211 MiG-15bis (Fagot) of the Moskovsky Okrug PVO aerobatic display team, the “Red Falcons”. Red upper surfaces, pale blue undersides.
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1000 kilométeres sebességen felül! Szovjet hőreakciós vadász műrepülés közben. (Kép a Sztálini Sólymok Ünnepe című színes szovjet filmből). Repülés, 1952. március 25.

Over 1000 km/h! Soviet jet fighter during exhibition flight. (Pic from the soviet documentary about the Russian National Aviation Day, Tushino, 1951). Cover of the Hungarian semi-monthly magazine, “Flight”, Match 25, 1952.

This is no. 211 MiG-15bis (Fagot) of the Moskovsky Okrug PVO aerobatic display team, the “Red Falcons”. Red upper surfaces, pale blue undersides.

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Magic Doudler. Made in Czechoslovakia. C1970.

Magic Doudler. Made in Czechoslovakia. C1970.

MiG-15 cutaway. In: Nagyváradi Sándor: Hangsebesség felett. Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1966.

MiG-15 cutaway. In: Nagyváradi Sándor: Hangsebesség felett. Műszaki Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1966.

General Dynamics F-111A (S/N 63-9768, third pre-production aircraft) with unswept/swept wings at the aircraft rollout on Oct. 15, 1964. (Photo: U.S. Air Force 1, 2, animgif: me)

General Dynamics F-111A (S/N 63-9768, third pre-production aircraft) with unswept/swept wings at the aircraft rollout on Oct. 15, 1964. (Photo: U.S. Air Force 1, 2, animgif: me)

F-100A (S/N 53-1663), F-101 (S/N 53-2430), F-102 and F-104 (S/N 53-7786) on the ramp. (U.S. Air Force photo).

F-100A (S/N 53-1663), F-101 (S/N 53-2430), F-102 and F-104 (S/N 53-7786) on the ramp. (U.S. Air Force photo).

An aerial view of three parked Soviet Su-9 (NATO - Fishpot-B) aircraft. 1 August 1982. Photographer’s Name: Unknown. Location: Unknown.
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An aerial view of three parked Soviet Su-9 (NATO - Fishpot-B) aircraft. 1 August 1982. Photographer’s Name: Unknown. Location: Unknown.

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