Try using a Photobucket account - they do the whole thing for you adding the [img] tags so all you need to do is cut/paste. Imageshack may also do it for you, but not being familiar with their site I'm not sure.
When I lived in Surrey, our house was at the end of a valley (where the two sides joined), which was used by the Odiham flyboys for low level stuff. Fantastic to sit outside and have a couple of wokkas hammering overhead.
Great pics, Welshman. Hope you enjoyed it.
Now here's something from the other side of the atlantic, and shows Sutherland's Flight, The Heroes of Auriga giving French and US subs a good seeing to. Unlike The Hunt for Red October, the USS Dallas comes off second best.
Does anyone know if there is something out of the ordinary going on with Apaches right now, eg. deploying soon? I live near Maldon in Essex and have only ever seen one or two Apaches fly over (loads of Chinooks though) but over the last week I have seen over a dozen fly over my house, including flying straight out to sea. Also, struck me as odd that they all seemed to have empty hellfire racks and rocket pods (empty as well I would presume). Are these permanently mounted, or is it just for training purposes?
Soldiers from Fondouk Squadron, Queen's Royal Lancers, working alongside Afghan National Police bring security to the Bolan Desert in Helmand Province.
I got a solo show today. Was lounging in the back garden catching some rays when a chinook went over at about 250ft. Scared the living daylights out of me, but pretty cool.
Just had the same thing happen to me: Was down the pub, sat in the beer garden enjoying a few ales when a HC.2 flies over really low, fully kitted out; miniguns on the doors, FLIR ball on the nose etc. Was dead impressive; especially how quickly it went out of audible range at that height.
Was on the way back to RAF Shawbury I think. I'm told they've been up here doing pre-deployment exercises for Herrick 13 with 1 Royal Irish, who are based near by at Tern Hill. There's one of the new Chinook HC.3s knocking about up here too, aparently