The only twitter beef a man is allowed to involve himself in is when he feeds his bird a burger... *coughs* MEEK!
The F-111 Aardvark is the plane of the week! Introduced in 1967 as a fighter/bomber. The Aardvark introduced numerous firsts for aircraft including swept wings, after burning turbo fans engines and radar for low level terrain. The jet remained in service until the 90's when the F-15 took over the fighter roles and the B-1B took over the bomber roles. I introduce to you... The F-111 Aardvark!
I'm not going to lie, I was going to keep this one to myself. Luckily, I decided to share her with the world for the betterment of all mankind. Enjoy the lovely @Elle_Dacruz
The Harrier "jump jet," the first jet capable of taking off and landing vertically, was designed in the 1960s as a plane that could take off from anywhere and avoid needing a large runway and base to support its operation. The aircraft is a subsonic fighter used primarily for ground attack missions, but is capable of defending itself in air to air combat. It is/was used by the British Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and Italian Navy. I introduce to you the father of vertical takeoff, the Harrier!
We, the brothers of The Man Cave HQ, have brought to you the most manly of all things in the history of man! You are now in the Man Cave, pick thy nose and drink as many beers as you can, indulge! This is a place for men, MADE BY MEN! #ManMade Enjoy!