(cn The paintwork may look a bit shabby, but there’s no denying the imposing bulk of the Thunderchief. Carrying several practice bombs, of the Georgia ANG still looks the business, even though it had less than a year to go before retirement.
The little known Thunderchief. One of the few US aircraft ever taken out of front line service due to losses, it tested and proved much of modern US Air Force tactics, such as locating and destroying enemy anti aircraft missiles before they.
SLUF stands for Short Little Ugly. This example, officially known as an Corsair II, was photographed from a aerial refueling platform during This image was exposed on Kodachrome 64 slide film scanned with a Microtek ArtixScan, Drum Scanner.