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Nice shot

Written on 17/11/2017 by snoe925

Quite a bird. Dear Old Dad (RIP)was an engine mech on the 1830 at Bradley Field (KBFD) during WWII. He would tell me they would come back from Europe all shot-up he would overhaul engines and send them back. It's amazing some are still airworthy.

Written on 17/11/2017 by jthyland

How funny, I see this on the feed and think- well that's a 60. Then am looking at this thing thinking, man this thing looks so familiar. Wonder why???

Written on 17/11/2017 by Lee Kovarik

Great shot growing up around McGhee Tyson where those birds come im my account there is a picture of the cockpit when I got a tour of one of them! Really Great Shot.

Written on 17/11/2017 by Grant Bush

Could you provide more information as to name of team and country of origin thanks

Written on 17/11/2017 by Yvon Dionne

What an amazing series of shots ! Great the effect over the sea!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Magnifique !

Written on 17/11/2017 by Pierre Cantin

glaube nicht. sie hat gewartet bis " deine "Ryanair durch war. sie hat mit den Reversern gebremst!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

平素から「頭上の警戒を解かない…」
会心のショット!やったっすね!!

Written on 17/11/2017 by seabose

thx!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

thx!!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Again - a Bombardier CS100

Written on 17/11/2017 by Michael Harris

That's a Bombardier CS100

Written on 17/11/2017 by Michael Harris

Good question Serge. Either way, a gorgeous pic!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Jason Belanger

I have flown on this plane. The interior is still pretty much stock finish, wartime green

Written on 17/11/2017 by John Rumble

perfekt

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

bye bye. Sehr schönes Bild

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr stark! wohl auf den falschen Knopf gekommen :D

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

stark

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr schön

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

thank you

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

Nice angle!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Jean-Claude Auguste

thank you Serge!
yes she is waiting to enter RWY. 18

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Luc!
you are right but the last regular flight of an Air Berlin heavy was 2017-10-17

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

Amazing picture

Written on 17/11/2017 by anthony geinopolos

Awesome! I'm in love with Southwest planes:)

Written on 17/11/2017 by Lorraine Taylor

Had the great fortune to see 4 Vulcans launch in 2mims 45secs with English Electric Lightning escorts as part of Britain's cold war retaliatory strike. Part of the RAF's 50th Anniversary, Air show at RAF Finningley near Doncaster in the late 60's. A most incredible sight!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Eric West

Not an Eagle, but a classic F18 Hornet. Nice shot too!

Written on 17/11/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Thanks Cliff for the info. Very interesting!

This picture was taken back in February 2007 while attending the Navy leagues Desert Blue Angel Event fundraiser. I have just fairly recently started using Photoshop and uploading some pictures I have taken to the internet. I came across some pictures I had taken at this event and decided to post it.

I didn't know the Goshawk that went of the end of the runway was included in the picture. I remember watching the recovery of that particular plane on a web came on the Sundiegolive web site.

Interesting side note. I also have a short video of one throwing an engine part through the top of the plane when the student was starting it up.

Written on 17/11/2017 by Dave Knapp

HI Gary, thank you! ...and I look forward to meet you too, that would be fantastic!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Mark Thomas

Is this a real picture?? or out of a factory catalog?

Written on 17/11/2017 by serge LOTH

Nice Shot Ron!! that's an aircraft!!! I lflew personnally on the "Pink Lady" now grounded in La Ferté.(France)

Written on 17/11/2017 by serge LOTH

Beautiful picture, probably vacating a RWY with reverses still out..

Written on 17/11/2017 by serge LOTH

Sacrée photo Jean Pierre et ce Hunter est vraiment élégant..Bien.

Written on 17/11/2017 by serge LOTH

This is a very poetic picture..Congratulations.

Written on 17/11/2017 by serge LOTH

lovely, thank you

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabio Alpelli

Good photo I like the prospective...thank you

Written on 17/11/2017 by Fabio Alpelli

Yes, last flight of Air Berlin company on 27 October 2017, between Munich and Berlin-Tegel6, said wikipedia (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Berlin)

Written on 17/11/2017 by Luc Barbier

Using the pumps of the fire trucks to greet the departure of an aircraft, only occurs for very special events. What was the event of the day?

Written on 17/11/2017 by Luc Barbier

Alan, you are welcome! This aircraft had only a single pilot onboard with the back seat empty at the time of that runway excursion.

More on this incident and aircraft hull loss here...

https://aviation-safety.net/wikibase/wiki.php?id=176305

I am unable to comment on your question regarding why such a delay on the posting of the photo, but I wondered about the same too. Perhaps the uploader will chime in and respond.

Written on 17/11/2017 by cliff731

Thanks Cliff731! A rare font of knowledge! If that's the case, when was this shot taken and why is it only being posted now, some 2 years plus down the track? And when you say "[The]Pilot ejected and aircraft went into San Diego Bay" what about the second seat? Was there no-one in it?

Written on 17/11/2017 by Alan Hume

Nice photo of a colourful plane. I remember many years ago when most aircraft were predominantly white with only the tailfin in colour.

Written on 17/11/2017 by Leon Kay

A picture is a frozen image, but this one shows, that’s not always true.
What a speed in this one and what a beautiful bird.
I love it!

Written on 17/11/2017 by J Schooot

geil!

Written on 17/11/2017 by Uwe Zinke

ZS-SNC

Written on 17/11/2017 by Viv Pike

ZS-SNC

Written on 17/11/2017 by Viv Pike

Surprizing to see how many of these old retired aircraft are still in service almost 60 years after production ended.
As far as I can recall it was the first USAF fighter aircraft capable of supersonic speed in level flight.

Written on 17/11/2017 by Leon Kay

Great photo with good informative comment.5

Written on 17/11/2017 by Leon Kay

superbe

Written on 17/11/2017 by Patrick SERSOUB

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