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Avialantic's Air Links - updated  4/1/06
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Military Aircraft (modern/post WWII) 

The A3 Skywarrior
The "Whale"page

The Fairchild B-52 Crash
The ultimate example of things "falling through the cracks". Details of this incident is a FAQ on aviation newsgroups. Entitled "Darker Shades of Blue: A Case Study of Failed Leadership", this report contains lessons which can be applied in many areas of endeavor.

B-70 Valkyrie 
modern is a relative term - over 30 years old, it's still in the future

the F4 Phantom II
Grim Reapers & more

the F8 Crusader 
gathering place for ex-'Gator' drivers and friends

F15 Eagle
nice photos & facts about "Rodan"

F16 Falcon
This page is devoted to the Israeli version - cockpit sounds, video, links to IAF museum & more.

F-20 Tigershark
all the facts on this great aircraft that didn't happen. The rest of Mark Wade's home page is worth a look too.

An SR-71 pilot tells the story of the Blackbird 

Military Air Arms (see also Naval Air) 

Brazilian Air Force 
aka Air Command

Swiss Air Force

Naval Air

The A3 Skywarrior
The "Whale"page

Association of Naval Aviation 
Wings of Gold

Blue Angels
Need an explanation?

Carriers (see also the Hangar)
Where are the Carriers? - right here 

the F-8 Crusader 
gathering place for ex-'Gator' drivers and friends

A Tribute to the F-8
my humble photo offering

Fleet Air Arm Archive
Everything you want to know about the Royal Naval Air from 1939-1945

The Hangar
The experience is a bit like below decks on a carrier - passageways, hatches and ladders everywhere - lost but enjoying it. Not just for AW's - great portal for anyone interested in NavAir.

Naval Air Museum

U.S. Naval Historical Center 
Features include Naval Aviation News in PDF form plus vast resources on squadrons, aircraft, ships, et al

VP Navy
Patrol Squadrons -Neptunes, Orions... Looking for your squadron or aircraft? It's probably here.

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