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Capt. Jason Curtis, Thunderbird 6, Opposing Solo pilot, re-joins with the Diamond formation to perform the Delta Bottom-Up Pass during a practice sortie over the range near Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., March 11, 2013. shot by Ssgt Larry Reid/US Air Force

Capt. Jason Curtis, Thunderbird 6, Opposing Solo pilot, re-joins with the Diamond formation to perform the Delta Bottom-Up Pass during a practice sortie over the range near Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., March 11, 2013. shot by Ssgt Larry Reid/US Air Force

helghasttactician:  Streaking into the night sky, a Su-27 rips apart the night with fully lit afterburners. The armament of the Su-27 consists primarily of air-to-air weaponry, though later variants of the -27 could carry air-to-ground weaponry. Typical air superiority loadout of an Su-27 would be six R-27s and two R-73s. (Photo)

helghasttactician: Streaking into the night sky, a Su-27 rips apart the night with fully lit afterburners. The armament of the Su-27 consists primarily of air-to-air weaponry, though later variants of the -27 could carry air-to-ground weaponry. Typical air superiority loadout of an Su-27 would be six R-27s and two R-73s. (Photo)

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A front view of 87–0801 showing the curving exterior of the design

A front view of 87–0801 showing the curving exterior of the design

Douglas F3D Skynight. Designed as a radar-equipped, twin-engine, carrier-based all-weather night fighter. Two-man crew sitting side by side. 360 built. Served briefly in Korea; scored one kill.

Douglas F3D Skynight. Designed as a radar-equipped, twin-engine, carrier-based all-weather night fighter. Two-man crew sitting side by side. 360 built. Served briefly in Korea; scored one kill.

A look at the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds

A look at the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds

United States Air Force Thunderbirds fly over the Daytona International Speedway prior to the start of the Daytona

Vulcan B2. Leszek Kobusinski

Vulcan B2. Leszek Kobusinski

Photograph by Sergeant Larry Reid Jr./USAF - official photographer for the United States Air Force demonstration squadron Thunderbirds. video interview: http://vimeo.com/100279964

These Gorgeous Photos Were Taken At 500 MPH

Photograph by Sergeant Larry Reid Jr./USAF - official photographer for the United States Air Force demonstration squadron Thunderbirds. video interview: http://vimeo.com/100279964