imonmywayup:

…ass

imonmywayup:

…ass

There are no beautiful surfaces without a terrible depth. — F. Nietzsche (via noir-couplet)
Perhaps I know best why it is man alone who laughs; he alone suffers so deeply that he had to invent laughter. — Friedrich Nietzsche (via henretta84)

toocatsoriginals:

Mil Mi-28 Havoc

Capture a woman’s body, you get sex. Capture a woman’s heart, you get love and loyalty. Capture her mind,you get the woman. Any Man can bind a woman’s flesh, but only a true Master can bind her heart. — (via theguccislut)

(via carnalincarnate)

toocatsoriginals:

Lockheed AH-56 Cheyenne

Compound helicopter developed as part of teh US Army’s AAFFSS (Advanced Aerial Fire Support System) program to field the service’s first dedicated attach helicopter. Ten prototypes were ordered in 1966, with the first flight occurring in 1967. In 1968, a production contract was signed, but cancelled in 1972 due to a fatal crash and technical problems with development and performance. After cancellation, the Army started a new program for a more conventional helicopter, resulting in the AH-64 Apache.

The Cheyenne had a max speed of around 230 mph, weapons turrets for miniguns and grenade launchers under the nose and underbelly, and four external hardpoints on the wings and two under the fuselage for fuel tanks, rocket pods, TOW missiles, or other armaments.

10 aircraft were produced.

Via Wikipedia and Global Security

toocatsoriginals:

Kamov Ka-52 Hokum-B “Alligator”

flying-fortress:

Supermarine Seafires

flying-fortress:

Supermarine Seafires

themadscotsman:

Cobra and RV-4
vroom

I fly with this guy. Formation. Didn’t know he had a cobra. 

themadscotsman:

Cobra and RV-4

vroom

I fly with this guy. Formation. Didn’t know he had a cobra. 

ancient-odin:

Time to leave for the Easter Holidays. Found some cheap tickets online!

ancient-odin:

Time to leave for the Easter Holidays. Found some cheap tickets online!

davelevinthal:

The original manufactuter plates from 1941 on a DC-4 that’s still making regular cargo runs throughout the Canadian arctic and based in Yellowknife, N.W.T., Canada.
Note on the right plate that the plane was used by the U.S. Army Air Forces — the precursor to the U.S. Air Force.

davelevinthal:

The original manufactuter plates from 1941 on a DC-4 that’s still making regular cargo runs throughout the Canadian arctic and based in Yellowknife, N.W.T., Canada.

Note on the right plate that the plane was used by the U.S. Army Air Forces — the precursor to the U.S. Air Force.