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Silhouettes of Air Cadets can be seen under the wing of the Avro Lancaster bomber at CWHM.
Pilot of a Harvard (T-6 Texan) prepares for his performance.
No Sweat:

The Blue Angels prepare to exit their aircraft after a blistering performance at the annual Sun-N-Fun Fly-In.  Cool as cucumbers despite the sweltering Florida heat.
Pete McLeod waves to the crowd after his performance.
Kennedy Space Center Rocket Garden in the early hours before the final flight of space shuttle Endeavour
CF-18 Hornet pilot lifts the canopy and exits his jet after a successful performance.
Canadian Snowbirds regroup after a successful performance.
Excited Crowd
Canon EOS 6D + 15 f/2.8 fisheye
A Canadian Warplane and Heritage Museum volunteer polishes up the B-25 Mitchell.
Canon EOS 6D + 400 f/5.6L
The propeller on a B-25 Mitchell gets an adjustment.
Chinook Parliament Arrival
Canon EOS 6D + 70-200 f/4L
A home-built high-powered rocket explodes immediately after launch.
Canon EOS 6D + 400 f/5.6L
Top Aces
Canon EOS 6D + 17-40 f/4L
Taxiing into the sunset.
Pete McLeod performs tumbles.
Aviation Fun!
Canon EOS 6D + 17-40 f/4L
High-powered rocket takes off under the power of a showy skid-mark motor.
Golden B757
Canon EOS 6D + 400 f/5.6L
Rubic's Cube high-powered rocket takes off.
Is it a bird, or is it a plane?
This flying creature is one of the U.S. Army Golden Knights, captured during exit and flying through the exhaust trail of a Fokker C-31A Troopship during winter
Evening Cargo Run
Canon EOS 6D + 400 f/5.6L

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Chinook Parliament Arrival Canon EOS 6D + 70-200 f/4L

Chinook Parliament Arrival Canon EOS 6D + 70-200 f/4L

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Gatineau, Canada
Member since 2014
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© Jan Jasinski.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 05.2014
Total Views: 59
Filed Under: Military
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Date Uploaded: Sept. 29, 2014, 9:15 p.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 6D
Focal Length: 70mm
Shutter Speed: 1/80
Aperture: f10
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