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    • UH-1N Iroquois

    • Marine, Technical Sergeant John L.
    • UH-1 (Helicopter).
    • The UH-1N "Iroquois" is a twin-engined variant of the original UH-1 Iroquois helicopter, although it's more popularly known as a "Huey" from its original, HU-1 designation. The UH-1N is still in service today, seeing action with the Marine Corps...
    • EF-111

    • Boardman, Technical Sergeant Bill
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane).
    • The EF-111 "Raven" was a supersonic electronic warfare aircraft adapted from the F-111 "Aardvark." Unofficially it was often called the "Spark 'Vark" for this reason. Electronic warfare can involve a variety of targets and roles, but the EF-111 was...
    • The B-1 Bomber

    • Bock, Charles C.
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • A B-1B Lancer is captured in flight. This supersonic bomber was originally intended to serve as a platform for nuclear weapons, but became a conventional bomber by the time it entered service.
    • F-4 Phantom II: "Operation Bolo-MiG Sweep"

    • Ferris, Keith
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane). Vietnam War, 1961-1975.
    • Operation Bolo was a response to changing Vietnam People's Air Force (VPAF) tactics; VPAF fighters were bypassing fighter escorts for Operation Rolling Thunder bombers and attacking the bombers directly. Operation Bolo consisted of F-4 "Phantom II"...
    • The OV-10A Bronco: "Watch Over the Rhine"

    • Yee, Master Sergeant Yuen-Gi
    • Bronco (Reconnaissance aircraft). Rhine River.
    • An OV-10A "Bronco" can be seen flying over the Rhine in what was then West Germany. The Bronco was a versatile aircraft; its roles included close air support and the full range of forward air control functions. It was able to take off on short...
    • F-15 Eagle Air Superiority Fighter

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • Eagle (Jet fighter plane)
    • A F-15 "Eagle" can be seen climbing rapidly in this photograph. Originally designed as a pure air superiority fighter, later variants were made into strike fighters that focused on ground attack. The F-15 has been very popular abroad with several...
    • The F-16 Air Combat Fighter

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • F-16 (Jet fighter plane)
    • This shot of a F-16 "Fighting Falcon" shows the fighter as it appears to be inverting, perhaps performing a loop. The fighter is largely captured in this shot taken at either dawn or dusk. The F-16 was famously designed to be slightly...
    • F-5E Tiger II Fighters

    • Anonymous
    • F-5 (Jet fighter plane)
    • These F-5E Tiger II's are later variants of the F-5 platform, with the A/B variants called the "Freedom Fighter." These jets were extremely popular as export products to other countries since they were relatively cheap to purchase and maintain. The...
    • T-43 Navigator Trainer

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • Boeing 737 (Jet transport)
    • The T-43, seen here banking to the right, was a modified Boeing 737-200 used to train navigators. It also possessed one of the more fun unofficial nicknames in the "Flying Classroom" which derived from its educational role.
    • A-10A Close Air Support Aircraft

    • Fair, Sergeant Ron
    • A-10 (Jet attack plane).
    • The A-10 "Thunderbolt II" or, as it is more frequently known, "Warthog" is a close air support aircraft. This aircraft is known for its extreme durability, as well as excellent low speed control and maneuverability that help it excel in ground...
    • The Minutemen:  "1777/1976"

    • Pettit, Master Sergeant Bud
    • Minuteman (Missile). Minutemen (Militia). Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
    • This composite photograph includes a drawing of a Revolutionary War-era minuteman superimposed over the smoke produced by the lift off of a Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). The ICBM, whose Mark III version is still in service as...
    • E-4A/KC-135 Refueling

    • Berry, Sergeant Wayne
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft). KC-135 (Tanker aircraft).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" and a E-4A perform an inflight refueling. The KC-135 has been in service since 1957, making it one of the longest serving aircraft in the USAF. The replacement for the KC-135, the KC-46 "Pegasus" will begin arriving in 2017....
    • B-1 Touchdown

    • Anonymous
    • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber).
    • A B-1 is pictured landing on a runway. Given the timing of this photograph, this is a photo of a B-1A; only 4 were ever produced. These prototypes never entered service, but an iteration of it (B-1B) entered service in the 1980s.
    • F-111F Over Mt. Home AFB, Idaho

    • Williams, Bill D.
    • F-111 (Jet fighter plane). Mountain Home Air Force Base (Idaho).
    • A F-111F "Aardvark" can be seen flying over Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho. The F-111 was the first productionaircraft to have variable-geometry wings or "swing wings." This meant the wings could be swept back to create a delta shaped...
    • KC-135/C-5A "Sunset Fillup"

    • Kokojan, Staff Sergeant Herman
    • KC-135 (Tanker aircraft). Galaxy (Jet transport).
    • A KC-135 "Stratotanker" refueling a C-5A "Galaxy" is silhouetted by the setting sun. While not as glamorous as some of their fighter or bomber counterparts, both the KC-135 and the Galaxy are vital to the force projection of the United States...
    • E-4A Advanced Airborne Command Post (AABNCP)

    • Lahoski, Sergeant Joseph
    • Air Force One (Presidential aircraft).
    • The E-4A served as an Advanced Airborne Command Post, ensuring the President of the United States or authorized deputies to maintain contact and control of U.S. armed forces. While all four E-4As have since been upgraded to E-4Bs, they are...
    • F-4 "Lions Over Waikiki," Hawaii

    • Thomas, Captain Ronald
    • Phantom II (Jet fighter plane). Waikiki (Honolulu, Hawaii).
    • A formation of four F-4 "Phantom II" jets can be seen flying just offshore of Waikiki in Honolulu, Hawaii. These F-4s are based out of Edwards Air Force Base in California; the "ED" on their tails denotes their home base. The F-4 closest to the...

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