Air to air in the skies above Belgium with a Supermarine Spitfire - up close and personal!
F-15 Eagles and F-16 Vipers simulate an airfield attack at the 2014 Nellis AFB Open House. As they completed their bombing runs, they released flares, creating quite an exciting moment in the demonstration. Credit to 'JollyRogerPhoto'.
Intense footage of afterburner takeoffs from Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, USA during the 2014 Nellis Open House. Included are F-16 Vipers, F-15 Eagles and A-10 Warthogs. Copyright 2014 Dan Adams - Aviation Photojournal.
Feel the power and enjoy the incredible sound as 3 Rockwell B-1 Lancer bombers take off from Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, USA during Aviation Nation 2014. Credit to 'JollyRogerPhoto'.
On September 17, 1976, NASA unveiled the very first Space Shuttle, named Enterprise. Constructed without engines or a functional heat shield, it did spent any time in Space, however it did pave the way for future flight in Space. In this featured footage, filmed on April 27, 2012, 'JollyRogerPhoto' captured stunning sights of Enterprise over John F. Kennedy International Airport, while piggybacking on the 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft on its way to the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. Video by Dan Adams of Aviation Photojournal.
Compilation of thrilling pyrotechnics at various air shows including tactical demonstrations by the US Navy and US Marine Corps. Credit to 'JollyRogerPhoto'.
Watch as Greg Koontz, a world renowned aerobatic instructor and airshow performer, manages to land his Piper Cub light aircraft right on top of a moving truck. It's definitely a sight you need to see to believe! Credit to Jolly Roger Photo.
A Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet from VFA-106 'Gladiators' accelerates close to the speed of sound, creating a vapor cone around the fuselage and amazing the crowd. This phenomenon is called a Prandtl-Glauert singularity.
The end of a flight from Boston to New York's LaGuardia Airport with a magnificent night time view over Midtown Manhattan, down the Hudson River, around the tip of the island, and then back up the other side to land at LGA. A stunning sight! Credit to Jolly Roger Photography.