Monday, April 23, 2012

Plane Pr0n

From the Usual USAF Source...

Air Frame: An F-16 Fighting Falcon from the 18th Aggressor Squadron at Eielson AFB, Alaska, flies over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex. (Air Force photo by SSgt. Christopher Boitz) (Click on image above to reach wallpaper version.)
That photo must have been taken in the Fall, eh?  That's some beautiful foliage below the Lawn Dart.


  1. Don't think I've seen an F-16 wearing that color scheme. Is that typical of planes in the Great White North, or do they give 'em commie-influenced paint because it's an Aggressor?

    1. The latter, Inno. Some Aggressor squadrons paint red stars on their aircraft, too.


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