The U.S. Air Force have an account on Flickr, where they publish pictures for the press and the public. There are more then 275 albums, with a total of more than 4,600 photos. Here I got the best selection of frames from 50 albums for my visitors, i like the clicks and i know you will like it too..
1. U.S. Air Force Maj. JR Williams, No. 6 of the “Tanderberds” Peace on the airbase, New Hampshire, August 14, 2011. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Larry E. Reid Jr.)
2. KC-135 “Stratotanker” in the 190-th link of Kansas National Guard tanker prepares to refuel fighter-bombers, F/A-18 “Hornet” during a flight from Japan to the United States. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Ben Fulton)
3. F-16 squadron of the exponential “Tanderberds” exhibit at the airshow aerobatics figures “Legacy of Liberty” at Holloman AFB, New Mexico, October 8, 2011. The main task of the squadron is to show the capabilities of modern combat aircraft and the level of training of pilots. (Photo by Senior Airman DeAndre Curtiss)
4. Fighter 920 th Rescue Wing, Patrick Base, Florida, jumps on board the tanker HC-130P / N, 4 November 2011. Rescue teams are used for the selection of pilots and evacuation in the most remote corners of the globe by air, water or land. (Photo by Mike Brown)
5. B-2 bomber “Spirit” flies over the field, where the 98th championship held in “Rose Bowl”, January 2, 2012, Pasadena, California. (Photo by Jennifer Greene)
6. Staff Sergeant of the 31st Rescue Squadron, the Air Force Jacob Schaumberg climbs aboard a helicopter HH-60 “Peyve Hawk” during a joint military exercise off the coast of Okinawa, Japan, September 1, 2011. The program of the exercises were of search and rescue, close air support, naval defensive and offensive maneuvers. (Photo by Airman 1st Class Jarvie Z. Wallace)
7. Fighter F-15E “Strike Eagle” resets the decoys, Afghanistan, November 12, 2008. The fighter is part of the 391 th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, based at Bagram Airfield. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Aaron Allmon)
8. F-16 fighters, “Fighting Falcon” from the 8 th and 419 th show air wings “move like an elephant” on the runway at Kunsan Air Base exercises, South Korea, December 2, 2011. The training objective was to determine whether the technology can quickly prepare the airfield for combat aircraft crash. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Rasheen Douglas)
9. The F-16 “Fighting Falcon” from the 4th Fighter Squadron, refuel over the Jordan, October 17, 2011. Each year, the country, which is armed with the F-16, take part in the competition “Eager Tiger Falcon Air Meet”. (Photo by Senior Airman Asha Kin)
10. Senior Technician Justin Evans, commander of the division of the 60th squad of technical support with a wheel on the C-5 “Geleksi” at Travis AFB, California, October 6, 2011. (Photo by Lt. Col. Robert Couse-Baker)
11. Planes from “Tanderberds” show aerobatics over Falcon Stadium after a graduation ceremony in 1046 second lieutenant. (Photo by Dennis Rogers)
12. Major Aaron Jelinek of Peace National Guard air base in the U.S. during the airshow, August 14, 2011. Jelinek – the best pilot in the group “Tanderberds.” (Photo by Staff Sgt. Larry Reid Jr.)12. Major Aaron Jelinek of Peace National Guard air base in the U.S. during the airshow, August 14, 2011. Jelinek – the best pilot in the group “Tanderberds.” (Photo by Staff Sgt. Larry Reid Jr.)
13. Members of the crew in the cargo compartment C-130 “Hercules”, the drop humanitarian aid to the island of Fe, which is a part of Micronesia. “Operation Christmas Reset”, December 12, 2011
14. A-10 attack aircraft “Thunderbolt II” on Afghanistan, August 18, 2011. Well, it is the famous 30-millimeter cannon GAU-8 / A “Avenger” This weapon is capable of producing 3900 rounds per minute and is designed to destroy ground targets, including tanks. (Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen)
15. The first of 15 Block 40 UAV “Global Hawk” is shown by Northrop Grumman, and the U.S. Air Force in Palmdale, Calif., June 25, 2011. The new UAV is equipped with advanced radar MP-RTIP, able to detect, track and identify stationary and moving targets.
16. A-10 attack aircraft “Thunderbolt II” on Afghanistan, August 18, 2011. And A-10, and his 30-millimeter cannon were taken into service in 1977. Weight of gun is 16% of the weight of the aircraft. (Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen)
17. F-15 “Strike Eagle” 390th Fighter Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, conducts trial run in the Fast and the Furious 4 Wing airfield Cold Lake, Canada, June 9, 2099. Joint exercise “Maple Flag 42” provide an opportunity to work out the interaction of NATO forces in the air and ground combat. (Photo by Senior Airman Larry E. Reid Jr.)
18. Staff Sergeant Peter Jensen, the U.S. Air Force cargo plane on board the C-17 “Globemaster III”, September 30, 2011. Jensen and the crew of Durga C-17 dropped 40 packets of supplies to a remote outpost in Afghanistan. Delivery of air reduces the number of convoys passing through the dangerous areas. (Photo by Master Sgt. Jeffrey Allen)
19. Aerobatic Team “Tanderberds” on the F-16 performs at air show “Legacy of Liberty”, October 8, 2011. (Photo by Senior Airman DeAndre Curtiss)
20. Capt. Lowell Smith and Lt. John P. Richter, after the world’s first in-flight refueling, June 1923, the airfield Rockwell.
21. The F-16 “Fighting Falcon” performs evasive action and resets the decoys over Iraq, November 9, 2011. (Photo by Master Sgt. Cecilio Ricardo)
22. Nine F-16s are preparing for takeoff, Shaw AFB, South Carolina, January 10, 2012. In South Korea, It has been deployed 55th Expeditionary Squadron of the 12 F-16s and 250 personnel. (Photo by Senior Airman Kenny Holston)
23. Tactical bomber, long-range F-111 “Aarduork” are used as electronic warfare aircraft and reconnaissance aircraft. F-111 have been fully decommissioned in 1998.23. Tactical bomber, long-range F-111 “Aarduork” are used as electronic warfare aircraft and reconnaissance aircraft. F-111 have been fully decommissioned in 1998.
24. F-16A “Fighting Falcon” and the F-15E “Strike Eagle” flying over burning oil rigs in Kuwait. Operation “Desert Storm”.
25. F-15E “Strike Eagle” in Afghanistan , October 6, 2011.