- Mirage 2000 - close up of a French Mirage 2000 fighter flying above clouds, seen from front. Picture by Jason Smith, USAF.
- Eurofighter Typhoon - a Eurofighter Typhoon flies high above the partly cloudy Atlantic Ocean, seen from right. Picture by Andy M. Kin, USAF.
- Legacy Flight - a mixed formation with F-4 Phantom II, F-15 Eagle, F-117 Nighthawk, and F-22 Raptor, makes an overhead pass under clear blue sky. Picture by Staff Sgt Jason Colbert, USAF.
- Rafale - a Rafale fighter of the French Navy takes off from an aircraft carrier's flight deck, seen from behind just after leaving the deck. Picture by Mark Logico, USN.
- X-31 - the white and blue X-31 jet thrust vectoring test aircraft, lit by the morning sun over a clear background of blue sky and ocean. Picture by Cody Allee, USMC.
- Mixed Formation - a formation of American F-14 Tomcat, F-18 Hornet, and Croat MiG-21 Fishbeds flying off the Adriatic coastline. Picture by Dana Potts, USN.
- Tomcat anf Migs - a formation of an American F-14 Tomcat and two Croat MiG-21 Fishbeds flying over the beautiful rugged coastline of the Adriatic sea. Picture by Dana Potts, USN.
- Tornado Flyby - a dark gray German Air Force Tornado banking to the right for an overhead flyby, with turbulence visible over its left wing.
- Su-30K Flanker - a Russian made Sukhoi Su-30K Flanker fighter of the Indian Air Force lands at its base, seen from front left with its front wheel still in the air and its air brake extracted. Picture by Keith Brown, USAF.
- Mig 29 firing - a Mig 29 Fulcrum of the German Air Force firing a uniquely shaped AA-10 Alamo air to air missile over the sea. Picture by Michael Ammons, USAF.
- Fencer flyby - a Russian Su-24 Fencer attack aircraft making an overhead low flyby. Picture by Michael Sandberg, USN.
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