Announcement: shutting down this blog

To all my followers: I will be closing down this blog tomorrow, along with my other blog. Too much distraction. I love all of you. If you would like to message me, you can do so until tomorrow. Farewell, and Godspeed.

bestaviation:

P-51 Mustang..!
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Tuskegee Airmen colors! <3

bestaviation:

P-51 Mustang..!

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Tuskegee Airmen colors! <3

generalelectric:

If you have access to a 3D printer and a love for aviation design, you can build your own jet engine right at home. Visit http://invent.ge/1q3JUFf for the how-to!

generalelectric:

If you have access to a 3D printer and a love for aviation design, you can build your own jet engine right at home. Visit http://invent.ge/1q3JUFf for the how-to!

flying-fortress:

Consolidated ladies building a B-24 Liberator

flying-fortress:

Consolidated ladies building a B-24 Liberator

exceleton:

Before Amelia Earheart there was Harriet Quimby

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I love the smell of jet fuel.

thisisthea:

westjet757:

jet fuel exhaust.

Yassssssss

……Unless you get jet fuel on your skin. Then it burns like nobody’s business and the smell won’t go away for days (Same goes for clothes - multiple washings won’t get it out, you have to let it air out). That’ll cure you real quick of that one.  What about the exhaust? I’ve had my fill of stagnant airport air. The sounds of fighter jets making passes overhead, though? Music. The sound of the igniters firing as the jet engines on a Bell 206 Jet Ranger whirr to life? Symphony.

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