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A Lockheed Martin C-130 drops flares in an "angel wing" pattern. The C-130 is the longest production aircraft in the world currently and is used world wide.


The future of the RAF, the Eurofighter, since renamed to Typhoon, is a truly awesome piece of kit. The Eurofighter Typhoon is a twin-engine, canard-delta wing, multirole fighter. Designed by a consortium of three companies, EADS, Alenia Aeronautica and BAE Systems, she was brought into service in 2003. #Warbirds


F-111 passing gas. Literally. The Dump And Burn was a favorite of Royal Australian Air Force F-111 Aardvark pilots. Dump some fuel, then light the afterburners. Instant flame trail. Not recommended during formation flying!

from BBC Weather

Unusual 'fog dome' spotted

Fog dome - John West shares with us his thoughts on what could be causing this effect. "This is a very unusual phenomenon, but the most likely explanation is that the "fog dome" has been caused by a source of heat close to the ground, possibly an agricultural building or a relatively warm pool of water. As the fog has formed in the valley this heat source has forced the fog to lift away from the ground into a dome as warmer air rises; like a hot air balloon."


NUTID Self-cleaning convection oven, Stainless steel

IKEA - NUTID, Self-cleaning convection oven, 5-year Limited Warranty. Read about the terms in the Limited Warranty brochure.The fan-forced air spreads the heat quickly and evenly, so you can cook or bake several dishes at once without flavors spreading between them.Convenient electronic timer with delayed start function which allows you to begin the cooking process when it suits you best.Easier and more flexible to bake or custom broil delicious dishes, thanks to the multiple cooking levels…


Beam gunners inside a Handley Page Halifax. Because of the large gunport openings, the interior of the Halifax could become numbingly cold, especially at 20,000 feet. Gunners wore special electrically heated flight suits which were plugged directly into the aircraft's electrical system. The leads can be seen running over the forward gunner's shoulder.