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thank you Viv!!

Written on 20/10/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Uwe.
Yes, I did see that. But the 2 snaps are both so very good, I don't know which one I prefer. So I rate them equal !!! Both 5 *****

Written on 20/10/2018 by Viv Pike

Hi Viv!

it's not the same aircraft!!
only the type, not the Reg!!

greetigs Uwe!

Written on 20/10/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Nice !!

Written on 20/10/2018 by Viv Pike

Excellent capture, Kent. Not an easy pic to take.

Written on 20/10/2018 by Viv Pike

amazing moment

Written on 20/10/2018 by brasov123

Nice !!

Written on 20/10/2018 by Viv Pike

Fantastic snap there, Fabian !!

Written on 20/10/2018 by Viv Pike

Boeing Salmon-Three-Salmon - 800

Written on 20/10/2018 by joe sope

Robert Mills JR......

Canon 80d has a crop factor of 1.6 and the image was taken with the
sigma 150mm-600mm. (600mm) ... the Canon Converter 1.4 II was used for that.

600mm x1.6 - 960mm 960x1,4 - 1344mm

Written on 20/10/2018 by Thorsten Urbanek

Does it FLY?

Written on 19/10/2018 by BigAlOutWest

Awesome!

Written on 19/10/2018 by BigAlOutWest

Beautiful!

Written on 19/10/2018 by BigAlOutWest

A very nice shot of a rare aircraft. all aircraft have a different sound, and this one is no exception.

Written on 19/10/2018 by peterjp5

that is an interesting shot of an airplane. 5*.

Written on 19/10/2018 by peterjp5

This Bell Jet Ranger is set up for over water flights... has the emergency inflatable flotation gear on the skids.

Written on 19/10/2018 by cliff731

You have a lot of hate for the maintenance guy! :O

Written on 19/10/2018 by kenneth miller

Cobra maneuver ?

Written on 19/10/2018 by Grant MacGregor

Not sure about being in Switzerland, but i am sure this is a large swiss army knife, judging by the symbol at the bottom

Written on 19/10/2018 by Andres Garzon

WOW! I love airplanes so much like you do.

Written on 19/10/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

SUPERB PHOTOGRAPH, especially the rare showing of the hot section exhaust via extreme distortion of the light spectrum, behind engine number one.
How rare is that?
Seems like the photograph was altered because of the distortions incredible visibility.
I do note the 1344 mm lens.
Please explain Thorsten!

Written on 19/10/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

With the USA B-727 and L-1011 aircraft designs, the Russians just had to have one of their own ducted-fan airliners as well.
Have to say that the Russians built a more beautiful Tri-Jet with the T-154, although the USA appears to have provided it first and with more varieties and capabilities.
Superb photograph of the beautiful T-154! Thank you!!!!
Can we get this reposted with its aircraft # to see where and how often it flies?

Written on 19/10/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

This is funny..... but doesn't belong here

Written on 19/10/2018 by Dylan Kortman

Interesting that they have civilian flight school T-38s flying out of Sacramento Mather (MHR).
The T-38s were reportedly referred to as "Lawn Darts" back in the day.
They had one go straight down into rock terrain, and, they showed it to us on the big screen during the usual Monday morning safety briefing, saying they confirmed the IP and UPT student were on-board.
The largest part they found for the confirmation was a very small portion of the IP's military I.D. with two consecutive numbers of his SSN.

Written on 19/10/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

I've heard from those that appear to be out standing in the field and their knowledge that McDonnell Douglas never gave the MD-80 / B-717 series enough wing, thus limiting their range and appeal to airlines.
Any other intel out there in the field?

Written on 19/10/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

I loved my model Saber Jet as a kid. Caused me to really want to fly.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Hugh Somsen

My flying instructor, the late Dick Cooke, flew this type of bird in North Africa. He gave me his 60 years of aviation memorabilia, including old instruments, manuals for several military planes including the Curtiss Commando. I donated about 90% of what he gave to me, (12 packing boxes worth) to the Commemorative Air Force in Midland, TX. I still have some material I am using to include in his book. His book is in the final stages of editing. Potential title is "From Barnstorming to Bombers. It is actually his life history in aviation from the 1930's into the 1990's and up to his passing just a few years ago I believe I still have his approach plates to Berlin. My current dilemma is e-book or paper? I am leaning towards an e-book even though the old vets who would appreciate his story are probably not computer literate enough to obtain a copy. But, I think the younger generation of pilots would be thrilled to read about his adventures and misadventures. The CAF has ALL of his log books from beginning to end. The book is very close to being finished. I just need some photo permissions from various sources.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Dan Kolar

When I was a kid these were used as crop dusters. You could get a ride around town for $5.00 !
Boy do I miss it.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Al French

Jeff Ethell put together a great book on flying the Hump. Look it up. Jeff died in a P-38 in 1999. Ironically it was painted like his father's P-38, who achieved ace status while flying in N. Africa.
The C-46 had 2800's and could carry a great load.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Lucius Gravely

This is the plane that I take lessons in!

Written on 19/10/2018 by Grant Bush

Beautiful and peaceful place. Would make anyone want to go there... Me first! Gorgeous picture, BTW, thanks for sharing

Written on 19/10/2018 by Louis Cinca

@chalet, @Bill Butler
Per Wikipedia, there was only one aircraft that wore the TF-100 designation and that was the solitary TF-100C, which was indeed a trainer bird.
@Bill Butler - The refueling probe on the F-100 was attached to the underside of the starboard wing, and was fixed, i.e. non-retractable.
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This particular aircraft carries the markings of the 353rd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 354th Tactical Fighter Wing, which flew the Hun from the late '50s through the '60s.
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Per Joe Baugher's excellent website ( http://www.joebaugher.com/ )
This is a: North American F-100F-15-NA Super Sabre
USAF Serial No. 56-3948 (MSN 243-224) to Turkish AF as 56-3948, code 3-948 Aug 26, 1974. Returned to USA Aug 1989.
Registered N2011V to Tracor Flight Systems Jul 1989.
Now flying under private ownership, registered to American Horizons Ltd of Ft. Wayne, IN as N2011V.

Written on 19/10/2018 by David Seider

UFO? Nice shot... ;-)

Written on 19/10/2018 by Claude Picard

Very nice!

Written on 19/10/2018 by Claude Picard

Like +++

Written on 19/10/2018 by Claude Picard

Very nice one; congrats!

Written on 19/10/2018 by Claude Picard

Soooooooo fantastic! Switzerland?

Written on 19/10/2018 by Claude Picard

I like the arrows that tell the pilot which way the plane is to fly.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Dennis Stockton

My old office! Though mine was a G model with the 62 Bomb Sq at Barksdale '73-'80. We were actually a double wing... two Bomb Squadrons (the other was the 596th) and two tanker (KC-135) squadrons making up the 2nd Bomb Wing (8th Air Force).
Lot of memories, and 3000 hours, in the BUFF...it was a beast!
Nice picture, thanks.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Neil Klapthor

btw: KCMA has the "China Doll" in residence; now static display as it needs ~100k of restoration work

Written on 19/10/2018 by jobeard

Fly LA 2420 arriging to Montevideo, Uruguay, 6 hs. a.m.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Daniel Figueredo

Saw one of the prototypes at MCK years ago. Pilot told me next version would have a glass cockpit.

Written on 19/10/2018 by Bruce Crosby

R4D has the cargo door as clearly seen here

Written on 19/10/2018 by jobeard

Ron... *F*I*V*E* stars for this one...!!! :-)

Written on 19/10/2018 by cliff731

Uwe - You are very welcome and thanks for sharing this photo with us!

Written on 19/10/2018 by cliff731

Donald Martin - the aircraft in the photo is a Boeing/Stearman Model 75, also designated as a PT-17 Kaydet.

Written on 19/10/2018 by cliff731

This is an awsome photo, Uwe...congratulations!

Written on 19/10/2018 by manuel silva

danke Greg!

Written on 19/10/2018 by Uwe Zinke

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