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  • BobOso

    Maverick: Started up on his six, when he pulled in through the clouds, and then I moved in above him.
    Charlie: Well, if you were directly above him, how could you see him?
    Maverick: Because I was inverted.

  • John F

    The story of British maritime air power in the Mediterranean is one wracked by inter-service politics and the competition for scarce resources.

    And Goring allegedly did everything he could to sabotage the Graf Zeppelin project.

    The IJN and Army got along swimmingly… to the point where they would lie to eachother about the outcome of operations, in the Philippines an IJN marine commander placed under Army command, flatly refused the Army’s order to evacuate from Manila.

    Then after WWII we had the “Revolt of the Admirals” after the newly created Air Force bested the Navy in a funding battle…

    Many countries have actually felt the need to pass laws stating that their Army can’t have fixed wing aircraft, or their Navy/Air Force can’t have tanks… Seems the natural tendency of any military branch is to start duplicating the other branches within itself, because they don’t trust the other branches to be there for them to support their missions.

  • BigLeggedMan

    TEJAS!!

    I’m an Indian immigrant to the US (just became a US citizen in April after living here for 17 years: tRump made me do it!), and Shiv Aroor has an undeservedly high opinion of himself.

    On the other hand, he finally recognizes the utility of the LCA project (AKA Tejas) and its importance to the Indian Aerospace industry and the mil-Ind complex.

  • tsam

    HAHA hes flying that airplane upside down what a idiot

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