Air Force SAAF

Collection by Ruth Kirkland

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F 86 Sabre --- MiG killer in Korea, unafraid of Soviet or Chinese pilots, and certainly not afraid of North Korean pilots. Easy prey for our USAF. Airplane Fighter, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Sabre Jet, Photo Avion, American, Korean War

Wind in the wires

My life through the struts and flying wires that I am constantly looking through and around. I love to fly aerobatics, and I look forward to seeing you all in the skies!

Saaf Impalas - Caza ligero monomotor designado como entrenamiento avanzado (Mk I) y ataque terrestre cercano (Mk II), ensamblado en Sudáfrica bajo licencia italiana del Aermacchi MB-326. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, South African Air Force, Aircraft Design, Aircraft Pictures, Military Equipment, Jet Plane

Saaf Impalas - Caza ligero monomotor designado como entrenamiento avanzado (Mk I) y ataque terrestre cercano (Mk II), ensamblado en Sudáfrica bajo licencia italiana del Aermacchi MB-326.

South African Air Force Cheetahs (outside) and Royal Swedish Air Force Saab JAS 39 Gripens (inner pair). Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Zeppelin, Modern Fighter Jets, Saab Jas 39 Gripen, South African Air Force, Delta Wing, Air Fighter, Jet Plane

Cheetahs and Mirage 50s for Ecuador

Ecuador's FAE currently operates a variety of fighter aircraft. 14 Israeli Kfirs, (12 + 2 two-seat trainers) upgraded to the C10/CE standard, 12 upgraded French Mirage F1 fighters originally delivered in 1978-80, and about 20 A-37 Dragonflys form their

Great to see the Vampire back in the sky! [Canon - Photo taken at Swartkop (FASK) in South Africa on September Air Force Day, Royal Air Force, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, De Havilland Vampire, South African Air Force, Army Day, Old Planes, Aircraft Pictures

Aviation Photo #1581354: De Havilland DH-115 Vampire T55 - South Africa - Air Force

Great to see the Vampire back in the sky! [Canon 350D] - Photo taken at Swartkop (FASK) in South Africa on September 12, 2009.