I've posted most (all but 5) in the 'Photo of the Day' sticky, but I thought I'd just throw them all here for those who might've missed them and do like planes whizzing about. T-6/SNJ-5 Texan trainer aircraft in USMC VMT-2 markings, piloted by John Collver. Lockheed L-12 Electra Junior Being C-17A Globemaster Being F/A-18F Super Hornet Sikorsky MH-60R Seahawk flying with the US Navy's HSM-41 Maritime Strike Squadron in the Light Airborne Multi-Purpose System (LAMPS) role: Antonov An-2 - the world's largest single-engined biplane. Also the world's longest-produced aircraft until being recently surpassed by the C-130 Hercules: Antonov An-2 on the ground: USMC CH-46E Sea Knight: Supercharged aircraft tug: RCAF CF-18A Hornet, from No. 410 Sqn "Cougars": Allegiant Air MD-83 taking off: Royal Canadian Air Force No. 410 Sqn "Cougars" CF-18A Hornet: US Navy VFA-122 "Flying Eagles" F/A-18F Super Hornet: Antonov An-2 (again). This one illustrates the size, because that's a de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk next to it: Lockheed L-12 Electra Junior taxiing to the runway: MiG-21 PF Fishbed: Looking at the rear of the MiG-21, into the Tumansky R-11 turbojet: F/A-18F taking off: F/A-18F retracting it's gear only a few feet off the ground: F/A-18F making it's first low pass: F/A-18F pulling left after pass #1, making vapes. Afterburners lit: F/A-18F making a dirty pass: Pulling in the gear: And finally punching it a second time: They're all clickable to enlarge.