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The Luftwaffe's Messerschmitt ME-262 Schwalbe jet. Once airborne, it simply could not be touched by allied fighters. It flew over 150 km/h faster. The only reliable way to destroy them, as with the Luftwaffe's even faster Me 163 rocket fighters, was to get to them on the ground before-and-during-take-off, or to deprive the Germans of the fuel supplies they needed. But this worked. These magnificent warbirds ended up not changing a thing in the course of the war.

Messerschmitt Schwalbe (Swallow) First production jet aircraft. This is a reproduction. I don't believe there are any of the originals still flying.

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Funny pictures about Cruising On Top Of The Clouds. Oh, and cool pics about Cruising On Top Of The Clouds. Also, Cruising On Top Of The Clouds photos.

{ Aeroshow } By Smithin Das.... Oh yeah baby, now that's what I'm talking about... I love Air shows & Flying.... DW

{ Aeroshow } By Smithin Das. Oh yeah baby, now that's what I'm talking about. I love Air shows & Flying.One day that's going to be me!

A pair of U.S. Marine Corps Bell Boeing MV-22B Ospreys of the VMM-363 “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming.

A pair of U. Marine Corps Bell Boeing Ospreys of the “Red Lions” at Devils Tower, Wyoming. This photo by Ted Carlson was an honorable mention in the 2013 Vertical Photo Contest. by kristy

A Lancaster Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flys over the Derwent Dam, 65 years to the day after the famous Dambuster raid known as Operation Chastise. Derwent Dam was used as a training location prior to the mission.

An Avro Lancaster Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flys over the Derwent Dam, 65 years to the day after the famous Dambuster raid known as Operation Chastise. Derwent Dam was used as a training location prior to the mission.

Not a good thing to see in rear view mirror if you are flying a 109...

Not a good thing to see in your rear view mirror if you were flying for the Luftwaffe in WWII.

Jet-porn: U.S. Air Force B-1 bomber flying low and fast in some of the best "Bone" photos ever taken.

Jet-porn: U. Air Force bomber flying low and fast in some of the best "Bone" photos ever taken. Note the condensation cloud around the engine intakes, it is probably in transonic speed.

I'm only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand. Although as an author I am responsible for making readers understand--a reader who doesn't understand is an unhappy reader. (And there is some value to leaving some questions unanswered.