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Grumman F6F

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

oops; the windows are the give-away :sigh:

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

thank you Mary!

Written on 16/07/2018 by Uwe Zinke

jobeard - This aircraft, on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, is a Sikorsky JRS-1 and was used by the U.S. Navy.

Written on 16/07/2018 by cliff731

Look again Joe, it's a Sikorsky JRS-1, a Pearl Harbor survivor.
Nice photos Gary, I wish you would add some information to them.

Written on 16/07/2018 by jim gevay

Nice shot mate!
May I ask where it was taken?

Written on 16/07/2018 by Brian Wilkes

Nice framing :)

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

Catalina PB-5a

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

Fantastic foto Gary! Five thumbs up!

Written on 16/07/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

FYI: May I introduce you to Enola Gay? see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enola_Gay

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

Chance Vought f4u corsair; This mama has a 14' prop and the 'bent wing' look was necessary to shorten the landing gear for carrier operations. The long nose preempted that until the Brits taught us the big 'round house' approach where the pilot could eyeball the deck from downwind, base and final until the very last moment; square up and just flop-it on the deck. That takes BIG brass B***S

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

British Westland Lysander STOL aircraft
see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westland_Lysander

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

The DF-A marking makes this the Memphis Bell; With the absence of the chin turret, it's an F model

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

A large number of these went to Russia (CCCP) during Lend-Lease; deployed as Tank busters :)

Written on 16/07/2018 by jobeard

Flown on that bird a couple times. Great experience. Sure beats flying on a cramped airliner

Written on 16/07/2018 by John Hodges

Brian, He does eliminate the watermark from the images. He is actually pretty good at using the spot healing brush and lasso tool. Look at the following image

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/7726804-cf1b9f90634236791d3304ea3de26778cc89d15a/user/indiresha/sort/votes/page/1

You can see where he removed the copywrite symbol as well as the parking stripes are mismatched by bringing the asphalt over using the also tool.

Written on 16/07/2018 by Scot Wattawa

JUST SAW THAT HELICOPTER IN HAWAII FIVE O

Written on 16/07/2018 by kenny antoine

Dave no response from Indy boy or FA! I'm starting to think that the guy is a fraud! His gone from a student pilot to a commercial pilot with in months which raised eyebrows and cos' he covers 2 airports for FA they are reluctant to do anything about it. It's not right. I'm pissed due to, a few years ago one person got an image off the net of mine and started to print T-Shirts out of the image. Took legal auction but it cost me more trying to find and stop the guy who turned out to be a 16 year old kid! It's against the law period and should be stopped but, so many grey areas with stolen pics off the net. One thing we have running for us is the photographer putting a watermark on said photo. If this watermark (COPYRIGHT) is removed by said person like indy man it then becomes a serious CRIME I'm told.

Written on 16/07/2018 by Brian Wilkes

Curtiss Warhawk shows 325th FG 15th AF colors from Famous Checkertail Clan , Northern Africa, Foggia Italy, 1943-1945. P 40's launched off USS Ranger 23 Feb 1943 to Casablanca. Later A/C were P 47's then P 51's. My Father, 2nd Lt. Russell Elliott, flew P51B 43 24857 on 18 missions with 319th FS until end of European War. Met A gorgeous Navy Phar. Mate, Ceola Dean, married, 6 children, St. Bernards, Blue Ridge Mt. farm, a fantastic family journey. Long live that Greatest Generation, My Mom & Dad, both WW 2 veterans.


Written on 16/07/2018 by steve elliott

MD 11 at DSA ... Robin Hood

Written on 16/07/2018 by Allan Hickman

Superb shot!

Written on 16/07/2018 by Shabbir Bashar

O.K., so you name an airplane "tomato" and then paint it with money. What?

Written on 16/07/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

looks new

Written on 16/07/2018 by Calvin Chan

Gary - when such fires are given a name, that's a significant event! Your narrative is very descriptive... :-(

Written on 16/07/2018 by cliff731

The two fires seen here were later named the "Kiowa" and "Hoge" fires. Lightning also ignited another wildfire near Reno Stead Airport (KRTS) during this same storm.

Written on 16/07/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Marylou Anderson - You opined, "My fav camera is a Pentax too."

Mine also for many years... all the way back to 35mm film days!!! :-)

Written on 16/07/2018 by cliff731

Gary - that looks like a serious fire burning in the background... :-(

Written on 16/07/2018 by cliff731

I never thought that John Marotta had mis-identified the Boeing in this photo. I am of the opinion that he was merely mentioning the fact that a B727 had also visited Boston's Logan International Airport. Note his "old metal" comment. He has uploaded quite a number of quality photos and seems to be knowledgeable regarding aircraft types.

Written on 16/07/2018 by cliff731

My fav camera is a Pentax too.
Nice job with this shot!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

Thank you for correcting someone's mistaken impression that this little bird was a 727
.
what is that attached to the nose gear?--the gear door? How safe was that?
I've never seen that.

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

What a cool shot of this line up! I love how all of the engines are sort of "infinite"...

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

Nice shot of "friendly giants" in the evening sun!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

thank you! great pic.

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

very different photo. well done.

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

Well, there's NO guessing about whose aircraft that is

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

well done!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

well done!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

great shot!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

great shot!

Written on 15/07/2018 by marylou anderson

Some version of the C-130 Hercules, aka kc-130 Hercules

Written on 15/07/2018 by jobeard

Sorry I don’t know how to edit the photo.... N8271A ... forgot the 2 ..😢

Written on 15/07/2018 by Jason Graybeal

Absolutely gorgeous! I love Fifi dearly. Awesome glamour shot.

Written on 15/07/2018 by Savannah Ford

Nice

Written on 15/07/2018 by David Farmer

I know it's a huge plane, but without perspective it looks smaller. Nice picture!

Written on 15/07/2018 by Kevin Haiduk

Dave, Yes. I also waited a day before I posted the links to give FA a chance to clean it up.

Written on 15/07/2018 by Scot Wattawa

The camera lens must have been huge. Those mountains are 50 miles away.

Written on 15/07/2018 by Chuck Pergiel

North American did a similar thing to the Mustang 60 odd years ago.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_F-82_Twin_Mustang

Written on 15/07/2018 by Chuck Pergiel

Scot, are you clicking the Report this photo link each time?
It seems like FA removes them when I send them a link to the stolen photos. Thanks.

Written on 15/07/2018 by Dave Sheehy

nice photo...thanks

Written on 15/07/2018 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

Nice photo...Thanks

Written on 15/07/2018 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

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