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Thank you for your service and the sharing of this photo.

Written on 19/01/2018 by stephen parsons

dlabate - this is a Boeing owned image done using a computer graphics design program for an official press release. It is not a photograph. There was no photo plane.

Written on 19/01/2018 by cliff731

I agree, beautiful aircraft, where and when?

Written on 19/01/2018 by jausps

It would be helpful if you mentioned where the photo was taken and under what conditions.

Written on 19/01/2018 by KennethKlein

DA BEAST

Written on 19/01/2018 by rick fry

NICE WHEELIE LOL

Written on 19/01/2018 by rick fry

Mark....

That's right. Only 3 B-29's ever flew to England during WW 2 on their long way to India & on to China with the hope that the Luftwaffe would spot them....and they sure did. Recon Flight flew over the field after they landed within the hour.

Germany was bracing for the B-29 & it never showed up over their skies.

Written on 19/01/2018 by ken kemper

What's with the spoilers when it's in climb attitude? Still too fast for the photo plane?

Written on 19/01/2018 by dlabate

B-29s over Europe?

Written on 19/01/2018 by Mark McAdoo

Excellent shots Yudai!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Mark Thomas

I was down the road at Fairford in early 80's. The Brits used toline up at the fence when the Buffs came to play

Written on 19/01/2018 by MIKE SWICK

Nice catch Gary!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Darryl Sarno

WOW!

Written on 19/01/2018 by shrudini

Superbe décor !

Written on 19/01/2018 by Pierre Cantin

Cliff & Greg ... Thanks once again, guys. (Wave of the KRNO cap.)

Written on 19/01/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Only eight months to go until this year's event ....

Written on 19/01/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Prima!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Second bounce?

Written on 19/01/2018 by brow621

Nice shot!

Written on 19/01/2018 by shrudini

Great light, nice depiction of the McBoeing Alvin. You can tell it is an MD-11 rather than a DC-10 by the bulge ahead of the fan section.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Sidney Smith

Thank you Mr. DeVine for your accurate comments & wisdom.

Written on 19/01/2018 by ken kemper

Me encanta el DC10. Una foto preciosa del motor.

Written on 19/01/2018 by José Martínez

danke!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

tolles Licht

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr schön

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

klasse!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

super!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Such a simple photo, but really cool. I think that’s what makes it.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Mitch Ford

close to being a tail dragger.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Brian Rushfeldt

Now THAT'S how you shove an 18's butt down hard.

Written on 19/01/2018 by SorenTwin

A dirty birdy. Great shot.

Written on 19/01/2018 by SorenTwin

I usually think these big maamoo military planes (such as the C130s) are a bit ugly, tho very, very impressive, and I'm just in awe of them, even so. However...this B-52 is soooooooooooo beautiful!!!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Linda Nitzschke

My favorite turboprop.

Written on 19/01/2018 by penguinmike66

Belgian Air Force. Probably Kleine Brogel AB

Written on 19/01/2018 by John Hoag

If you speak English and still have the Rights granted By the Constitution of the United States of America , you owe a debt of gratitude to all involved in the production and operation of this magnificent aircraft.
While Harry Truman was still Commander in Chief, I served with those that crewed the B-29 and the B24's over Europe. To know them is to realize they were "the greatest generation". God bless then all.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Chas DeVine

Big brute, glad to have him working for America.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Chas DeVine

thank you Renato!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Yes Korean Air Cargo

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Nat Sam, only additional info that I might have on this photo is that aircraft belongs to Marine Corp Air Station Yuma, AZ. It used to be squadron VMA 211 when they had Harriers. Now I thinks it's something like VMFA 211 since the F35.

Written on 19/01/2018 by dicky11

There is nothing more appealing to an airport operator than emulsified pavement, but great shot!

Written on 19/01/2018 by LarryStock

This airframe's sistership N334AA was American 11, one of the planes that hit the world trade center

Written on 19/01/2018 by ben lapidus

Look at thet elevator deflection....full back stick. WOW!

Written on 19/01/2018 by themold

Nice one, Gary!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Beautiful - it seems that the 748 landed perpendicularly to the runway

Written on 19/01/2018 by renato basso

Fantastic

Written on 19/01/2018 by renato basso

Freighter? Beautiful shot.

Written on 19/01/2018 by wylann

Ethan65 - that's a great idea... but one major problem with it. There are NOT any B-52G models remaining. All were broken up (by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base) in compliance with the START I treaty signed with the former U.S.S.R. on 31 July 1991... and the New START treaty signed with Russia on 08 April 2010.

Here's an USAF news article about the final B-52G, USAF s/n 58-0224, that was chopped into two pieces on 19 Dec 2013...

http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/467809/final-b-52g-eliminated-under-new-start/

Written on 19/01/2018 by cliff731

Great pic but would love more info if possible?

Written on 19/01/2018 by Nat Sam

Braking action: nil

Written on 19/01/2018 by Jack Sullivan

Do you mean 28C?

Written on 19/01/2018 by shrudini

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