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VIDEO – USAF F-35 GOING VERTICAL AFTER TAKE OFF WITH FULL AFTERBURNER

USAF F-35 Going Vertical After Take Off At The Royal International Air Tattoo

RAF FAIRFORD, ENGLAND – It’s always awesome to see an F-35 take off with full afterburner at an airshow. This video of an F-35A from the USAF F-35 Demo Team shows the power of the engine and the impressive climb rate of the 5th Gen jet when it goes vertical after take off at RAF

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OPERATION NIGHTHAWK LANDING

© Lockheed Martin

SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA – The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Insitute and National Museum of the USAF partners with Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works by reconfiguring a F-117 Nighthawk with registration TR803 – nicknamed Unexpected Guest – for permanent display at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA. We at flyhigh.news are very delighted

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THE THUNDERBIRDS AND RED ARROWS FLY OVER THE HUDSON RIVER IN NEW YORK CITY

Thunderbirds fly over New York City

NEW YORK CITY – The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and the Royal Air Force Red Arrows conducted a rare flyover today over the Hudson River in New York City, together with the USAF F-35 Demo Team and the USAF F-22 Raptor Demo Team. 15 jets trailing red, white and blue smoke and 4 Fifth Gen.

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EMERGENCY LANDING STOPS USAF F-16 VIPER DEMO TEAM DISPLAY AT RIAT 2019

F-16 Viper Demo Team Emergency landing III

FAIRFORD, ENGLAND – Scarey moments on the last day of the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at RAF Fairford Air Base. The USAF F-16 Viper Demo Team’s display had to stop the display, due to a damaged aircraft. The pilot landed the F-16 safely. The display Sunday was short lived as only a few minutes

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THIS MUST BE THE MOST AWESOME TAKE OFF YOU HAVE EVER SEEN!

FAIRFORD, ENGLAND – If you think you’ve already seen the most spectacular and awesome take off ever, check out this video! The pilot of the USAF F-16 Viper Demo Team is performing a tight turn with full afterburner, just seconds after take off and only about 90 feet (27 meters) off the ground at RIAT

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