“And like no other sculpture in the history of art, the dead engine and dead airframe come to life at the touch of a human hand, and join their life with the pilot’s own.”
― Richard Bach
To fly is to be free. To fly is to be in control. To fly is to be at peace. The art of flying is one of the most surreal things that one can ever experience.
All of us wish to be free. We all wish to be in control of ourselves. We all wish to be at peace in our lives. Deep inside our hearts, we wish to fly high just like birds in the sky, claiming our right to freedom and peace.
However, no matter how hard we wish to keep our freedom and peace, sometimes, things get in our way to achieve it. Inevitable things happen, things which can threaten goals, our hopes, and our dreams.
We are blessed that we have honorable and brave men who are willing to put their lives at risk to preserve our freedom and peace. We are fortunate to have our soldiers who will fight for us and for our country.
Through the years, our Air Forces have kept us safe under their skies. Man and plane work hand in hand to keep our country safe. One of the greatest aircraft planes is the F-35B, a glorious war plane regarded as the US version of the Harrier. The F-35B has a short take off and vertical landing variant. It is a family of single-seat, single-engine, fifth generation multi-role fighters under development to perform ground attack, reconnaissance, and air defense missions with stealth capability. To witness the glory of F-35B, watch this video presentation below
The F-35B is an exquisite art which is now a part of history. It is an art created to preserve our country’s freedom and peace, and to keep our people safe and secure.