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What do you believe is the most aesthetically pleasing military aircraft made.

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    Quote by Jerry B View Post
    For me a toss up between Nigel's choice, the Spitfire and Nick's choice the ME262, gotta love both of them IMHO.
    That is exactly what I was thinking Jerry, I think both of these aircraft just look terrific and they are certainly both iconic. I can't split them.

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    For me certain marks of the Meteor, but i've got to agree with the good old Spitfire and the Zero that Patrick posted, the Zero is a very clean looking aircraft!...
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    I have always been rather partial to the air frame on the Storch my self one of my favorite aircraft.

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    Always on the look out for WW II Canadian Helmets and Cam nets to add to my collection.

    Found a Canadian Mk II Medics Helmet and yes I know they are about as rare as hens teeth !!!!!

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    Ju-87 - it's so ugly, it's beautiful

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ID:	614072I've always liked the looks of the F4-Phantom

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    I really like the design of the Focke-Wulf Fw 200.
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    not so keen on modern jets,if its got a prop or 40sjets its ok by me.no.1 the spitfire,no2 fw190,no3 me109,no4 hurricane

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    I will also vote for the Cessna O2-A, the military version of the 'skymaster'.
    Used as a forward observation controller (fac) aircraft in vietnam, it was known as "the poor man's P-38"

    A graceful looking bird that could pack mini guns or rockets!

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    SR-71 Blackbird

    There is something about skimming along the edge of space and seeing all that is seeable below.

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    All Great Aircraft you guys have shown! Here is one of my favorites… and how I wish they had kept this aircraft online longer than they did… the B-58 Hustler back in the day and now…

    In the air...
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    The remains at Edwards AFB as a radar test bed…
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