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    #61
    Peruvian MiG-29SE firing R-73E

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      #62
      Indian Jag firing overwing MATRA (R-550 Magic II)

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        #63
        Charlie Bug firing Hydra rockets

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          #64
          F4D-1 Skyray firing rockets(not sure what type)

          What a sexy looking aircraft.

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            #65
            Ed Heinemann was the Rodin of Naval Aero Engineering.

            But just to be pedantic, I do prefer the X-F5D

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            And speaking about Douglas and Rocket Red Glare:


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            Last edited by TomcatViP; 2nd April 2015, 03:15.

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              #66
              AH-1G launching AGM-114 during development

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              Somewhere out there is a photo of another 1G launching Copperhead, but I haven't found it yet...

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                #67
                Iranian F-4E Phantom II firing what I believe is an ASSR-67 Sattar-1 missile

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                  #68

                  An F-14D Tomcat assigned to Naval Air Test Center (NATC) Patuxent River, Maryland, fires an AIM-7 Sparrow missile at Pacific Missile Test Center (PMTC) China Lake, California.

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                    #69
                    Sadly bereft of flame and smoke but I thought it historically interesting. An SB2C lets-loose a BAT during testing.

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                    Other interesting info about BAT here:

                    http://bathead.com/asmbat.html



                    including one under the wing of an A-6

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                      #70
                      A terrible photo, probably a still from cine film. But the only image I've ever seen of GAM-87 Skybolt being launched

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                      ... inevitably, the very afternoon I post that I stumble upon:

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                      https://youtu.be/jSaVsJnetW4?t=176
                      Last edited by Cherry Ripe; 3rd April 2015, 19:08.

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                        #71
                        Great find! I was looking for that too!

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                          #72
                          Have some two-inchers courtesy of the Royal Navy.

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                            #73
                            http://www.mycity-military.com/slika...58622905_o.jpg

                            Kh-31 frontal view of launch from Su-34
                            Go Huskers!

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                              #74
                              Originally posted by MadRat View Post
                              http://www.mycity-military.com/slika...58622905_o.jpg

                              Kh-31 frontal view of launch from Su-34
                              Looks nice, but is CGI: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut4Vs1swYrw
                              How can less be more? It's impossible. More is more.
                              Yngwie Malmsteen

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                                  #76
                                  Nice one! That scheme really suited the Hunter.

                                  The FRADU Hunters were unique in being the only Royal Navy aircraft that used the SNEB rockets, as they were land-based.

                                  Even an old Tracker could pack a punch. CRV-7 salvo.

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                                    #77
                                    Originally posted by TomcatViP View Post
                                    Nothing to beat a Genie:
                                    And the results...

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                                      #78
                                      Originally posted by Cherry Ripe View Post
                                      And the results...

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                                      Thks. Interesting.

                                      The John shot on July 19, 1957 was the only test of the Air Force's AIR-2 Genie missile with a nuclear warhead.[3] It was fired from an F-89 Scorpion fighter over Yucca Flats at the NNSS. On the ground, the Air Force carried out a public relations event by having five Air Force officers and a photographer stand under ground zero of the blast, which took place at between 18,500 and 20,000 feet altitude, with the idea of demonstrating the possibility of the use of the weapon over civilian populations without ill effects. In 2012 the photographer and the last survivor of the five met in a restaurant in Dallas to reminisce.[4] The photographer, Akira "George" Yo****ake, died in October, 2013,[5] and the last of the six, Donald A. Luttrell, died December, 2014.[6]
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                                        #79
                                        On the ground, the Air Force carried out a public relations event by having five Air Force officers and a photographer stand under ground zero of the blast,
                                        Wow! And here's the cine-film of the test and those gentlemen:

                                        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VZ7FQHTaR4

                                        WUMP the shock-wave hits.

                                        Interesting to see a B-57 as chase-plane, it could probably outfly the F-89...

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                                          Mig-25P launching a pair of R-40 (during state acceptance trials)

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                                          Get Andrew Ryan's filthy hands off our backs.

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