Jet Fighter

Some articles on jet fighter, fighter, jet:

Panthers Over Korea - The F9F Jet Fighter
... F9F Panther was the manufacturer's first jet fighter and the U.S ... Navy jet fighter of the Korean War ... for the first air kill by the US Navy in the war—the downing of a North Korean Yakovlev Yak-9 fighter ...
List Of Fictional Aircraft - Fictional Aircraft - Military
... Arwing - Jet fighter - video game(s) Star Fox (series) AT-99 Scorpion - ducted-fan twin-rotor AH-64 Apache-like gunship - The film Avatar AV-14 Attack VTOL - A UNSC airborne attack vehicle, also ... C709 Longsword-class Interceptor - the UNSC main fighter-bomber in the Halo game series ... F-19 Ghostrider - stealth jet in Tom Clancy's Red Storm Rising, Testors kit F/A-37 Talon - near-future, single-seat, hypersonic mach-4 Navy fighter, with variable forward wing sweep ...
Crystal Widow - Decepticons - Targetmasters
... Last appearance Voiced by Slugslinger Jet Fighter The Rebirth (Part 1) The Rebirth (Part 3) Peter Cullen Dignified but hapless warrior ... Triggerhappy/Triggershot Jet Fighter F1 Eagle The Rebirth (Part 1) The Rebirth (Part 3) Charlie Adler Enthusiastic and impulsive young fighter ... Misfire Jet Fighter Appears in The Rebirth (Part 1) ...
Jet Fighter (disambiguation)
... A Jet fighter is a military aircraft designed primarily for air-to-air combat with other aircraft Jet fighter(s) or Jetfighter(s) may also refer to Jet Fighter (arcade game) (1975), 2 ...
National Air Force Museum Of Canada - Collection
... Auster AOP6 VF-582 - trainer Avro Canada CF-100 774 Canuck - jet fighter Beech 23 Musketeer 213 - trainer Bell CH-118 Iroquois 101 - utility helicopter Bell CH 135 Twin Huey 135102 ...

Famous quotes containing the words fighter and/or jet:

    A pleasant smell of frying sausages
    Attacks the sense, along with an old, mostly invisible
    Photograph of what seems to be girls lounging around
    An old fighter bomber, circa 1942 vintage.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    Gimme the Plaza, the jet and $150 million, too.
    Headline, New York Post (Feb. 13, 1990)