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Wings of the World

Wings of the World

A group archiving and discussing all things aviation, including aviation history, warbirds, and flight in general.

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    An early-model MI-28 helicopter in service with the Soviet Union.
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    Trial flights of the XG-20 glider, as seen in 1950. The XG-20 would later be equipped with engines, and redesignated the C-123 Provider.
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    A Soviet MI-24A, the early variant which still had the forward nose gunner position.
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    A Portuguese F-84 being loaded with bombs at Luanda Air Base, sometime in the mid 1960's.
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    A photo of Malaysia Airlines MH-370, which would disappear without a trace on March 8th, 2014. As of this writing, the location of the plane is still unknown- as is the mystery as to what happened to the plane and all those aboard.
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    A B17 Search And Rescue (SAR) variant featuring a drop-able life boat in the belly, stationed at Okinawa in 1945.
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    A Supermarine 508 experimental fighter landing on the aircraft carrier HMS Eagle, 1952.
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    Soviet Polikarpov I-16, sometime in 1941.
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    An AV-8B "Harrier" jet fighter in service with the Spanish Armada, their Navy forces.
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    A Russian Federation TU-95 "Bear" bomber drops an HA-101 air-to-surface weapon in 2016 as part of the Russian Federation's efforts to rid the world of the dregs of ISIS, one bomb at a time.
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