After radio-control contacted this soldier. It was expected of him to grant the plane (in front of him) permission to take off.
In order to protect the planes propellers they attach these vibrant colorful covers on them when they aren't being used and merely put on display.
The rear of the plane must get super hot!! Judging by the looks of it of course...
The Boeing 747 is one of the most common planes to fly over the Atlantic and Pacific ocean.
Drop-off choppers arriving in the war zone lowering soldiers to the ground. Bracing them for battle
Having taken this photo, it reminds me of a cross. Representing how much faith these pilots have in each other for being able to fly so close to one another.
A stationary drop-off chopper being guarded by the passengers.
This chopper ingaged into stealth mode and was demonstrating how low they should fly in order not to get spotted by the enemy.
Trick planes gliding through their own smoke after making a complete 360* turn.
These planes were awesome! The way they flew around in the air reminded me of a close group of friends. They all had each others back. In this case, wings.