A beautiful long-nose F-5F Tiger II of the Taiwanese aggressor squadron. The aircraft just returned from some Air Combat Manoevring with the Chiayi based F-16A/B Fighting Falcons and taxied back to its parking spot.
Do you see some hardened shelters? Most probably not, as they are very well camouflaged. This F-CK-1A, the indiginously built Taiwanese jet fighter named Ching Kuo, is seen during its landing at its home base. The aircraft is painted with a red tail as it belongs to the Ching Kuo display team.
Taiwanese TOP GUN! This aggressor Tiger II is normally based at Taitung but was deployed for training to the Republic of China Air Force (Taiwan) to Chiaya air base for some Dissimilar Air Combat Training (DACT) with the locally based F-16A Fighting Falcons.
The Taiwanese Army operates the Kiowa Warrior with the Army Aviation Training Centre (AATC). Some forty armed scout helicopters were bought under an US Foreign Military Sales programme. The black serial on the engine bay as well as on the tail referers to the US serial 98-00060.