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Tiger Moth after An Evening Flight
Blue Angels at the MCAS Beaufort Air Show in 2011
Blue Angel Spread at MCAS Beaufort in 2011
Blue Angels in line
North American AT-6/SNJ Texan on display at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison, Texas, during the October 2011 Open House.  Boeing N2S-4 Stearman Kaydet In the foreground.
Blue Angels at MCAS Beaufort SC Airshow in 2011
Blue Angels on Top
Blue Angels rightside and upside
At the Fort Worth Alliance Air Show, on October 31, 2010, the Blue Angels are back lit with smoke on during five ship climb.
New Mexico Air National Guard AH-64 Apache makes a refueling stop at Las Cruces airport.
AH-1Ws from HMLA-267 leave the flightline at dusk in response to a TIC (troops in contact) in Afghanistan in the Fall of 2011.
Capt Kyle Lobpries conducting armed reconnaissance from an AH-1W Supercobra over the Helmand River Valley Afghanistan in support of 1st Battalion 5th Marines and Operation Enduring Freedom.  Camera mo
Wingsuit flocking over Southern California.
The Blue Angels.
Reaching out for an angel. An onlooker greets "Fat Albert" of the Blue Angels.
A close up of the 30mm cannon on the A-10 "Warthog".
Angels 6, Smokin' Run up prior to demonstration flight at Republic Airport, LI; Memorial weekend.
Seeking shade, waiting to board, Boeing B-17G "Yankee Lady" at Republic Airport,Memorial weekend air show.
Tora!Tora!Tora Japanese Zero at Tinker AFB Star Spangled Salute Airshow June 19,2010
Bell 407 and Unidentified Airliner
The Commemorative Air Force B-29 "FIFI" at Wiley Post Airport sunset October 5,2012
The P-51 "Live Bait" getting some sun at the 2012 Rockford Airfest.
Ready to start spraying on a beautiful New Mexico day

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Capt Kyle Lobpries conducting armed reconnaissance from an AH-1W Supercobra over the Helmand River Valley Afghanistan in support of 1st Battalion 5th Marines and Operation Enduring Freedom. Camera mo

Captain Lobpries took this self-portrait while serving with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 267 in Afghanistan. "Photojournalists—both civilian and active-duty military—do a fantastic job documenting history and telling the stories of men and women in uniform, but there are, however, some angles they can't capture," says Lobpries. "Today's small-format cameras allow people in extreme environments—such as the cockpit of a Cobra Attack helicopter in combat—to capture and share images of what they see and do on a daily basis."

TAGS: Afghanistan, Helicopter

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Oceanside, California, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2011
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Filed Under: People & Planes
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Date Uploaded: March 23, 2013, 11:59 p.m.
Camera Make: GoPro€» ¦3À`diÀ
Camera Model: YHDC5170TQ2Àjp
Focal Length: 5mm
Shutter Speed: 1/829
Aperture: f3.6
ISO: ISO100
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