Bleh, cant sleep.

David Bowie Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
David Bowie
Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
Anonymous asked:
So r you single

Yes.

Anonymous asked:
I will nap with you

C’mon then!

So tired, someone come nap with me.

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McDonnell Douglas Phantom FGR.2, XV486, and Sepecat Jaguar GR.1, XX762 ‘H’, both of No. 14 Squadron based at Bruggen, in flight during the Squadron’s re-equipment with the Jaguar in the summer of 1975
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Royal Navy F4K Phantom of 700 Squadron, of Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, overflies the aircraft carrier HMS HERMES, during trials. 700 Squadron was the first Phantom Squadron in the UK.
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RAF McDonnell Douglas Phantoms at RAF Coningsby, July 1974. A Phantom FGR2 of No 111 Squadron RAF taxies past past other Phantoms of the Coningsby Wing.
(Imperial War Museum) 
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From the flight deck, a Royal Navy Phantom F4K tailing a Russian Badger (Tupolev Tu-16) streaking low over the aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal. 
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A McDonnell Douglas F-4M Phantom FGR2 in flight over RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland. This particular aircraft (XT 891) was the first McDonnell Douglas Phantom aircraft in service with the Royal Air Force.
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McDonnel Douglas Phantom FGR.2, XV499, of No. 41 Squadron based at Coningsby, in flight and displaying a weapons load of cluster bombs, Sparrow and Sidewinder AAMs.
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Unique shot of a grinning Russian aviator in the tail plane of a Russian Badger  (Tupolev Tu-16) interceptor bomber. The picture was taken from a Royal Navy Phantom fighter from HMS Ark Royal which intercepted the Russian intruder 150 miles from the British carrier.
(Imperial War Museum) 
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A McDonnell Douglas Phantom of No 111 Squadron RAF from RAF Coningsby in flight.
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Two Mcdonnell Douglas Phantom FGR.2s of No. 54 Squadron refuelling in flight from a Handley Page Victor K.1 of No. 214 Squadron.
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McDonnell Douglas Phantom FGR.2, XV490, of No. 29 Squadron being armed with Sparrow and Sidewinder AAMs at Coningsby, guarded by an RAF Policeman and his dog.
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