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      Soviet Mig-21 
    Cold war era film of the Soviet Mig-21 Fishbed on a mission.

    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 8.08 MB
    Added on: 25-May-2008 Downloads: 3789 Rating: 8.0 (1 Vote)
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      Mirage III-V Balzac 
    The Dassault Mirage III-V Balzac was one of the most interesting offshoots of the Mirage III family tree. A VTOL fighter, the IIIV featured eight small vertical lift jets straddling the main engine, designed n response to a mid-1960s NATO specification for a VTOL strike fighter. After two test pilots were killed in testing the project was discontinued in 1965.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 15.14 MB
    Added on: 01-Apr-2008 Downloads: 3738 Rating: 7.0 (4 Votes)
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      The B-17 Flying Fortress 
    The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was a 4-engine American bomber, primarily employed in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets. In the Pacific, the planes earned a deadly reputation with the Japanese, who dubbed them "four-engine fighters." The Fortresses were also legendary for their ability to stay in the air after taking a brutal pounding. They sometimes limped back to their bases with large chunks of the fuselage shot off.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 10.97 MB
    Added on: 29-Mar-2008 Downloads: 4180 Rating: 10.0 (2 Votes)
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      The P-51 Mustang  Popular
    The P-51 Mustang was a long-range single-seat fighter aircraft that served with the Allied air forces during WW2. It flew mostly as a bomber escort in raids over Germany, ensuring air superiority from early 1944. The Mustang also served during the Korean War as a fighter, then in a ground attack role. The definitive version of the fighter was powered by the Packard V-1650-3, a two-stage two-speed supercharged 12-cylinder version of the legendary Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, and armed with six .50 caliber Browning machine guns. It is in my opinion the most aesthetically pleasing of all the WW2 fighters. Music: Raidiohead - 'Weird Fishes'.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 54.03 MB
    Added on: 15-Feb-2008 Downloads: 10982 Rating: 9.0 (10 Votes)
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      The Caspian Sea Monster  Popular
    The Ekranoplan, nicknamed the Caspian Sea Monster, was a Russian Wing-In-Ground effect vehicle ( WIG) which flew for the first time in 1966. It utilities the 'Ground effect', an effect occurring when a wing travels close to the ground. It could lift 1,000 tonnes, was over 100 m long, weighed 540 tonnes fully loaded, and could travel over 400 km/h (250 mi/h), mere meters above the surface of the water.
    Version: Filesize: 4.21 MB
    Added on: 21-Jan-2008 Downloads: 9473
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      Mil Mi-12  Popular
    The Soviet made Mil Mi-12 (NATO name "Homer") is the largest helicopter ever built. The Mi-12 features the only two-rotor transverse scheme ever built by Mil eliminating the need for a tail rotor. In 1969 it held the helicopter lift record (88000Lbs to 7400Ft).
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 8.46 MB
    Added on: 13-Jan-2008 Downloads: 5031
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      The North American X-15  Popular
    The North American X-15 rocket plane was perhaps the most important of the USAF/USN X-series of experimental aircraft. Although not as famous as the Bell X-1, the X-15 set numerous speed and altitude records in the early 1960s, reaching the edge of space and providing data that was used in the design of later aircraft and spacecraft.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 20.40 MB
    Added on: 07-Jan-2008 Downloads: 6054 Rating: 8.0 (4 Votes)
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      The Lockheed U-2  Popular
    The U-2 was designed to provide day and night, high-altitude, all-weather surveillance. Kelly Johnson's design married long glider-like wings to the fuselage of the F-104 Starfighter. The characteristics that provide it's remarkable performance also make it extremely difficult to fly.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 10.93 MB
    Added on: 28-Dec-2007 Downloads: 6403 Rating: 1.0 (1 Vote)
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      A-10 Thunderbolt II  Popular
    The A-10 was designed for high-survivability with a titanium cover surrounding both the cockpit, ammunition and fuel tank. Placement of the engines decreases the infrared signature lowering it's vulnerablity to heatseeking missiles and ground fire. Music: Supergrass - 'Tales of Endurance'.
    Version: VP6-E Filesize: 25.35 MB
    Added on: 27-Dec-2007 Downloads: 18158 Rating: 9.0 (19 Votes)
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      The B-2 Spirit  Popular
    The Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit is a multi-role stealth heavy bomber. The B-2's composite materials, special coatings and flying-wing design all contribute to its "stealthiness." One of the most expensive planes ever built: estimates for the costs per plane range from 1.1 to 2.2 billion USD. Music: Massive Attack - Future Proof'.
    Version: Filesize: 33.24 MB
    Added on: 27-Dec-2007 Downloads: 15656 Rating: 9.0 (6 Votes)
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