Russia has held a massive airshow just outside Moscow to mark 100 years of military flight.
The show included new jets like MIG fighters but it did not neglect the past, with Fokker war planes performing stunt routines.
The show took place just a day after President Vladimir Putin said that the country's military will get 1,600 new warplanes and helicopters by 2020.
Putin has worked hard to restore pride in the Cold War-era superpower's military since his first election in 2000.
The people at the airshow, most of them former or current pilots and their family members, said they were hoping for the best, but also were quite critical of the condition of the air force.