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    Impressive for sure... But those are flying targets
    correct, but not all weapons are lethal...

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    not impressive but ...
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    I think that one has already been posted. But even if it was it is nonetheless welcome in that larger size.

    It does make me wonder how many LGB*s we could have fitted in one of the V-Bombers if we had kept them!


    *stop it
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    I wonder how many SDB/Spear BRUs they could fit? If they could get them in at a 2x2 config that would be 16 SDB/Spear munitions!!!
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    Sorry if it was posted before...

    But... I can dream with a Vulcan with lots of LGB's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roberto_yeager View Post
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    WOW!!

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    F-14 :


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    an oldie but still impressive
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    http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/9098/rsz11rsz3807.jpg

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    Not a good photo, but interesting F-15SA



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    The rear CFT mounts carry smart munitions where most F-15's cannot.
    Go Huskers!

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    Not to mention extra wing pylons
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    That looks fake.

    What extracted it out of the bay?

    No parachute or carriage.

    What did they do, roll it out the back by hand?
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    from twitter today:
    Today #Iran's Air Force tested air drop of 2,000lb bombs from C-130E during the exercise over Anarak. Each C-130 can carry 6 Mk.84 bombs.

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    Next thing you'll see is them dropping from this

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    "The early bird gets the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese."

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    Hercules turned into bomber: Brazilian way..!!!!

    With their own Amazonian version of the MOAB named TROCANO Brazilian Air Force (FAB) made weapon´s development trials in 2011.... It was never inducted into FAB service.

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    So... indigenous "Daisy Cutter"?
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    an oldie

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    Boeing B-17G-90-BO with Douglas VB-10 ROC (radio-guided glide bomb with television camera in the nose).
    Drop tests between September 1944 and May 1945.

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    Not common on F-14 :


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