Discussion in 'The War In The Air' started by Arlo, Apr 7, 2007.
Not sure I understand.
Long story, but not for this forum.
.... and the aircraft?
I don't follow this much, but Extra 540?
Not quite. As there are no other takers, they're Extreme Air XA41s.
XA41 - XtremeAir
Want to post the next one?
OK, continuing the aerobatic theme (and my love of tail) here is a composite. Two questions, first the easy one is the type. Second one is to name at least one military aerobatic team that operated that type.
Nice ones Blutto! I did have to look up the teams, but got the aircraft, after a bit if thought about middle left - but it's time for someone else to answer!
Not to sure I understand the question. Do you want all 5 identified or just one.
I'll chuck in a Folland Gnat operated by Red Arrows for starters
Identify all 5 types, then name one aerobatic team for each type.
Folland Gnat now in the Gnat Display team, I think.
"name at least one military aerobatic team that operated that type". Excluding the later hystorical operations.
Another aircraft that was spoiled by crazy government/military direction. it cried out for a jet or jet-prop motor.
Folland Gnat - Yellow Jacks
Sea Vixen - Simon's Circus
Jet Provost - Pelicans
BAE Hawk - Red Arrows
Hawker Hunter - Black Diamonds
10 out of 10!
Something to keep you amused on a wet Saturday afternoon - dammit, got two wrong!
99% of people can't name each of these World War II planes from an image. Can you?
I know little about planes, but the markings make a lot of them obvious!
There are a couple where the markings might mislead, but pure elimination should get a reasonable score.
Separate names with a comma.