Theme of the day: Big and little. Big boat little dog, each in water
Lockheed A-12 at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum, New York
I’ve been there!!
Built by Malle Hawking, it contains over 200,000 bricks and weighs over 160 kilograms (352 pounds)!
Oh man, I love aircraft carriers and I love Legos. Could this picture get any better?
Intrepid Air Museum in Manhattan! I’ve been there!
Lockheed U-2 carrier landing trials, USS America, 1969
Really?!? Dang, the U-2 has a very wide wing-span…
Grumman F-14 Tomcat
An A-12 (SR-71 prototype) on display at the Intrepid Air & Space Museum, New York City
I’ve been there!
auto-aircraft carrier reblog
auto-physics nerd reblog
Task Force One: Three nuclear-powered craft - the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, the cruiser USS Long Beach, and frigate USS Bainbridge.
On July 31, 1964, these three ships departed from Gibraltar on a 30,656-mile, unreplenished circumnavigation of the globe, to showcase the advantages of nuclear power. Known as “Operation Sea Orbit,” the cruise ended on October 3, 1964 at Charleston, South Carolina