Legacy of airpower

September 2004
Airman;Sep2004, Vol. 48 Issue 9, p9
This article presents a photograph of several fighter planes of the U.S. The formation displayed four generations of Air Force aircraft, part of the Air Force Heritage Flight program that showcases today's state-of-the-art fighters alongside World War II and Korean War vintage fighters.


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