|Quoting Alphafloor (Thread starter):|
I don't like military planes at all. I tryied but I really can't get interested in one of those machines. It's mainly and ethical thing for me, these planes are built to kill/make war,
While you are certainly entitled to have and express your own opinion I must say I entirely disagree with you. Civil aviation has always followed in the footsteps of military aviation and has benefited greatly from it. If it wasn't for military R & D the trubine engine, swept wings, radar, navigation systems, GPS, rockets, and countless other technical advances that benefit civil aviation today. Perhaps one of the greater contributions of military aviation is the prolification of the aircraft. If it wasn't for WWI and WWII air travel would be widely less accepted as a safe and effective means to travel. Many of what you may think as civilian aircraft started off as military designs; the Boeing 707 (you can look it up on this site), DC-3, Bell 206, and many more.
While I do enjoy traveling on airliners lately in my opinion it is really nothing more than a glorified bus trip with ten times the hassel. Airlines are just a simple means of getting people and things from point A to point B. Military aviation has a much more diverse and exciting existance, especially in the attack/fighter/and scout roles.
Having flown quite a bit of general aviation and currently an attack helicopter pilot in the US Army I can tell you from an aviator's stand point military aviation is much better. While I find flying general aviation is very relaxing it is no where near as enjoyable or exciting as flying a Longbow Apache. My deployment in Iraq was and will probably always be the best and most memorable time in my life. Flying is only fun with guns, ATTACK!