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Grant, I don't know Matt Cochran personally, but I have enjoyed some of his videos on youtube.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Brian Carlin

Not an airshow Jim! I asked the pilot to make some photo passes.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Ron Harper

If you ever saw the actual thickness of this wing at it's root, you would wonder how this "big-assed bird" could fly! I saw one in reassembly process and it's more than 4' thick! Talk about effective flat-plane area!

Written on 21/07/2017 by Lucius Gravely

A good deal 'fatter' than the "Bird", but the thumbnail image in the newsletter had me fooled, too. Maybe his is actually an RC model...

From the "Activity Log", I'd say they're checking it out for a trip to Oshkosh? Big collection there from WWII and even WWI.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Jim Smirh

Hope this was at an airshow. Not the normal way they spray! ;)

Written on 21/07/2017 by Jim Smirh

An absolutely tremendous day. When I received the invitation, I had no idea that the day would be so awesome! From the Ready Room suit-up to the flightline preflight walk around check, to the taxi and departure, and then to the return, I was right there. And as if it wasn't already a totally fantastic experience, I received a VFA-11 "Red Rippers" desert camo patch! For an amateur aviation photographer, this was like receiving a sports MVP award! What a day!!!! (Monster huge smile)

Written on 21/07/2017 by Gary Schenauer

Two thoughts here, Daniel. First, spectacular photo. Terrific composition, and then the density of the colors. Second, you look at a picture like this and the machine is so perfect you almost ask 'what was the need to evolve beyond this?' What's the point of improvement past something this spectacular?

Written on 21/07/2017 by Edward Dougherty

This picture isn't at 50F. It's KPVW

Written on 21/07/2017 by Jay Wischkaemper

The Boeing 747 is the Queen of the Skies, no matter who's sky she's flying in!

Written on 21/07/2017 by SkyVoice

SPECTACULAR!!! This pic is now featured in my desktop's hard drive in its Western Aviation slideshow.

Written on 21/07/2017 by SkyVoice

For a moment I thought that was Air Canada trying to land on the taxiway at SFO. Sorry, in very poor taste...

Written on 21/07/2017 by John Turanin

Absolutely perfect!

Written on 21/07/2017 by Hugh Somsen

Oh, OK. This is one of the "new breed" Wacos? Jacobs engine? A 275 hp I assume? Is Bill Goldman over in Payson, AZ still the source of Jacobs engines? Beautiful airplane.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Carl Carlsen

gran canaria

Written on 21/07/2017 by r. bicker

With the 4 bladed prop, the old Franklin engine must have been replaced? Wonder what it has for a powerplant?

Written on 21/07/2017 by Carl Carlsen

I could swear that I saw this on the apron at Travis AFB.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Hugh Somsen

Great reply Sam!! Ha ha ha

Written on 21/07/2017 by Andy Power

roland, as a taxpayer I own this plane

Written on 21/07/2017 by sam kuminecz

These planes are so pretty. It's really a shame they don't make them (or anything like them) anymore. The Baron is such an ungainly-looking substitute, though superior in most characteristics. Style counts for something after all, and the 310 had style! This one is a K-model.

Written on 21/07/2017 by bengleman

Love it!

Written on 21/07/2017 by Dan Little

A very nice-looking T210M. I wish I looked that good after 40 years! :)

Written on 21/07/2017 by bengleman

The "hooks" are vents for the 4 fuel tanks in the upper wing Roland. You can see the 4 fuel caps, 2 in the center section and 2 in the outer panels.
Beautiful photo Daniel.

Written on 21/07/2017 by jim gevay

This is not a TR-2, which is the AA-1B. This aircraft is the C-model, which is a Lynx. It was a completely redesigned aircraft, but the tail is the most visible difference. I understand that the owner uploaded the photograph, so I'm not sure how he could be unsure of what he has.

Written on 21/07/2017 by bengleman

WOW another 747

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

Looks like a goony bird.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

Another beautiful 747

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

I wonder who ownes that plane.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

That is a fine looking 747

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

I like the one in the air better then the one on the ground.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

A tank with wing's.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

Watch them fly over my house every week While training a Mayport Naval station.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

Boy That is one tough looking plane.

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

What are the hook's on top of the wing

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

Keep showing pic's of that great plane & I'll keep giving it a 5 more like a 10 or 12

Written on 21/07/2017 by roland pfeifer

PB4Y privateer

Written on 21/07/2017 by sam kuminecz

Great Shot of a RARE BIRD!

Written on 21/07/2017 by Bill Dolan

Isn't that the B-32 Dominator?

Written on 21/07/2017 by Bill Dolan

Is that a B-32 Dominator,?

Written on 21/07/2017 by Bill Dolan

Nice

Written on 21/07/2017 by Dick Zhang

extra 300 armée de l'air FRANCAISE arrive pour sa présentation à pornic 16 juillet 2017

Extra 300 arrive for his show at Pornic 2017 july 16

Written on 21/07/2017 by philippe idot

It is the 747-400. Not a 200

Written on 21/07/2017 by 747400pilot

The 2014 Rio Olympics 747-800 with the black nose

Written on 21/07/2017 by renato basso

Nice shot!

Written on 21/07/2017 by Don Lynch

Great photo

Written on 21/07/2017 by Dick Zhang

A less blurred photo of AN124 UR82029 dwarfing Westjet 737-800 C-GKWA

Written on 21/07/2017 by turbodogfl

Rest in peace

Written on 21/07/2017 by Dick Zhang

R.I.P.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Dick Zhang

Beau cadrage.

Written on 21/07/2017 by Pierre Cantin

Nice shot of KDFW

Written on 21/07/2017 by 96flstc

military version of DC-4 and not a C182 (!) as type popped up inexplicably

Written on 21/07/2017 by Philippe-Joseph Salazar

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