I get it. You’ve scuba dived at the Great Barrier Reef. You’ve climbed Mount Everest...twice. You’ve gotten a table at Dorsia on a Friday night without making a reservation, something Patrick Bateman couldn’t even pull off. And now you’ve turned your attention to fighter jets because everything in life is too boring.…
Poland loves to show off its soviet-era MiG-29 Fulcrum fleet, and this extremely low-level flyby is just wild. The hurtling Fulcrum, with its signature RD33 engine-smoke trails tracing its flight-path, disappears seemingly just as fast as it appeared.
More evidence of Russia’s deepening and seemingly erratic involvement in Syria’s civil war has now appeared via movements of parts of its Black Sea Fleet into the Mediterranean and blatant incursions into Turkey’s airspace by their Syrian-based tactical aircraft.
Here's awesome footage from underneath a MiG-29 showing the fighter jet taking off from an aircraft carrier. The view is insane, you see the jets fire up and watch the world turn blurry as the MiG launches itself into the air. There's a surprising, almost sort of peaceful awesomeness when it starts flying and leaves…
Poland's MiG-29 are some of the most charismatic fighters in Europe. 'Fulcrum Drivers' One and Two are both videos that have made their rounds, but this video really makes you want to take to the air in a Polish MiG-29 for all the right reasons, and now that these jets have been upgraded they have never been more…
A few months back Mike Ballaban posted one of the coolest combat aircraft videos of the year, called 'Fulcrum Drivers,' that put us right into the cockpit of the mighty MiG-29 during some jaw dropping maneuvers. Well now the Fulcrum and its master are back for 'Fulcrum Drivers II.'
It looks like the Syrian Air Force's Fulcrums are getting their hands much dirtier all of the sudden.
Up until now, Syria's MiG-29s have stayed largely out of the fighting. This incredible video may show that things have changed. If it's doctored it is well done. You can even hear the impacts before the burp of the cannon!
I'm a sucker for GoPro videos, and I'm a sucker for the sheer power of awesome that is fighter jets. This video from the Polish Air Force combines both of those for over four minutes of pure, incredible, beautiful pleasure.
What does four million bones buy someone with a massive velocity addiction? How about an ultra rare Bugatti Veyron Super Sport or a Cold War vintage Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum that's now for sale. But which one should you buy?
You probably shouldn't honk your horn if you're stuck behind a MiG-29 in traffic as it's one of the fiercest fighter jets in existence. But you'd never find yourself behind one in traffic, because that would just be silly, right? Unless you happened to be in Slovakia. And no, this isn't a photoshop.
Climbing 65,000 feet into the stratosphere in a MiG-31 usually involves enlisting in the Russian Air Force, but leave it to the Russians to give you the supersonic jet fighter experience at a value price of just $25,000.