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NASA Thinks It Can Make a Supersonic Jet With No Boom

Lockheed Skunk Works is ramping up design work on a quiet supersonic aircraft that could pave the way for commercial supersonic travel.

Para ser grande, sê inteiro: nada Teu exagera ou exclui. Sê todo em cada coisa. Põe quanto és No mínimo que fazes. Assim em cada lago a lua toda Brilha, porque alta vive.

Eagle Warbird, as a kid I dreamed of flying this one day! Funny now that i'm grow, I still dream of fly this machine!

Team Oracle pilot Sean Tucker, above, soars over Oakland with Grace Rofii, 11, during her introductory flight Thursday as part of Fleet Week. At right, Grace’s mother, Jill Rofii, celebrates the successful flight as Grace receives congratulations from Tucker, chairman of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. For more Fleet Week activities, visit www.fleetweek.us.

Fleet Week glides into action

Team Oracle pilot Sean Tucker, above, soars over Oakland with Grace Rofii, 11, during her introductory flight Thursday as part of Fleet Week. At right, Grace’s mother, Jill Rofii, celebrates the successful flight as Grace receives congratulations from Tucker, chairman of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s Young Eagles program. For more Fleet Week activities, visit www.fleetweek.us.

The Flying Fortress

The Boeing Flying Fortress was a four engine long range heavy bomber used in World War II.

Curtis P-40

Curtiss Warhawk - the plane renowned for it's duty flights in China with the Flying Tigers squadron. The Warhawk was used by most Allied powers during World War II, and remained in frontline service until the end of the war.

American F-4 Phantom intercepting a Soviet Tu-95 "Bear" bomber over the Pacific in 1979

"Phantom II" (BuNo from Fighter Squadron "Free Lancers" intercepting a Soviet Tupolev "Bear". was assigned to Carrier Air Wing 2 aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ranger for a deployment to the Western Pacific from 21 February to 22 September

A famous photograph showing test pilot George Aird ejecting from a pre-production example of the English Electric Lightning fighter in September 1962.     Fortunately the pilot survived after coming down in a greenhouse full of tomatoes. He suffered multiple breaks of his limbs and cuts from the shower of glass that rained down on him after going through the roof of the greenhouse.

37 Forgotten Images From History Will Leave You Speechless

Jim Meads :: Test pilot George Aird [flying an English Electric Lightning ejected from his English Electric Lightning aircraft at a fantastically low altitude in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, September 1962 / the history behind the photo

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