Ah, the BAR at work.
Maybe because It makes the argument easier.
The 15 hardpoints allowed the Skyraider to carry a diverse payload making it a versatile asset in combat.
Honestly, I absolutely love the A-1 Skyraider. Radial engine with all those hard points and bubble canopy for visibility and target recognition. Too bad that there are so few flyable examples left.
Sandies. Tough work horse in Vietnam.
Why did we get rid of these? Honestly like why, because with the conditions of the wars we have been in these past several years they could have stayed in service.
Where do I get this?!?!
Deep Strips, vol.11
Deep stuff yo
Oh Kayne, will your vanity ever end? 😬
A-10 Warthog transported in a C-5 Galaxy
A-10’s are born, not made.
The mother C-5 will stay with her young till it’s old enough to BBRRRRRRTTTTTT on its own. She will then leave the A-10 on it’s own to hunt it’s prey. The A-10 is not left defenseless though, the mighty GAU-8 in its nose is the most powerful gun in the sky. This makes the young of the C-5 extremely dangerous!
Not just this Administration…
The first batch of knives made exclusively for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation are finally finished, and they’re gorgeous beyond measure.
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