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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!

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A RAF Avro Vulcan bomber aircraft at the RAAF base Butterworth, Malaysia.The potential of these long range aircraft were a considerable deterrence during the Confrontation period from 1963 to 1966.

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4 C-130 cargo planes all with different paint schemes. (foreground to background): U.S. Air Force Air National Guard, Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force and Israeli Air Force.

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Indonesian Air Force Sukhoi Su-27SKM "Flanker", Su-30MK2 "Flanker-C", and a pair of Royal Australian Air Force McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18A OCU Hornets

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Temora Aviation Museum's de Havilland DH115 Vampire T35 (VH-VAM / A79-617) and Gloster Meteor F.8 (VH-MBX / A77-851) form up on a Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18 Hornet over Temora

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A rare photo of Four RAAF F-111Cs doing a low level formation pass, while doing the famous Dump and Burn. photographed at RAAF Base Amberley (YAMB) in June 1976.

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