This image of the early-2017 US and UK jets shows that both countries have been in early-to-mid-2017.
The image was created by Google Maps’ Imagery.net, which used a custom algorithm to create a plane model based on the information in the image.
While the image has a large amount of overlap with images posted by other users, the source of the image is unknown.
The image shows that US and Britain are in early to mid-2017, but the UK is in late-2017 (the two planes are also shown in late 2017).
The US has not yet been in late or early 2017, but both of the US and the UK have been at the height of their production capacity.
It is unknown if they have been idle or busy.
The UK also has a fleet of two jets in late 2018, while the US has a single jet.
It is unclear what, if anything, will happen to the UK in the months ahead.
The US jet fleet is now comprised of around 200 planes, but a further 60 new planes are expected to enter service in 2019, while a further 50 new planes will be delivered to the US by 2020.
The British jets have not yet entered service, but they will have been built by BAE Systems, a British-based defence contractor.
There is also speculation that the UK could be building new jets, and there is speculation that there will be a further 30 new jets ordered for the UK by 2020, with a further 20 planes already in service in the UK.