WW2 Gun Cam Footage
This IA-58 Pucara of the Argentina Air Force was making a low pass during in a flight
I have no knowledge whatsoever about flight, so here is someone else's opinion about what happened: "Do you know why the tanker nosed down? Because of the aerodynamic forces that occur between both aircraft in close proximity. You have what is called a bow wave from the receiver so just after disconnect the AWACs got low and too far forward so when it made a slight nose up correction is caused the pitch in the tanker to nose down cause the near miss. As a former boom I have been in this situation and it is scary. A breakaway should have been called by the boomer."
A-10s from the 422 TES firing guns and rockets on the Nevada Test and Training Range.
A 2-377th PFAR 105mm howitzer was air dropped from a 517th AS C-17 over one of JBER's drop zones