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Written on 06/17/2018 by North America


Written on 06/17/2018 by North America

Must be nice! It's here in KSAN for "Fathers Day!!!

Written on 06/17/2018 by jim garrity

This is a 737-800 and the airplane code is B738.

Written on 06/17/2018 by Tony Erni


Written on 06/17/2018 by peterjp5

Wow! I missed this one myself, thanks for bumping it back into the comments section Alien! Great shot Gary! 5X5 +!

Written on 06/17/2018 by Dave Sheehy

It looks a lot like this Buff just ended up in a museum with the wing being reattached after road transit. Of course I could have that completely wrong, so whats actually going on in the picture Michael?

Written on 06/17/2018 by lordfarringdon

Happy Tailwinds Richard

Written on 06/17/2018 by creeker747

Nice pairing in a nice photo thanks Sacha

Written on 06/17/2018 by ian mcdonell

@ Peterjp5 thanks!

Written on 06/17/2018 by daniel jef

It's a Convair F-102 Delta Dagger on static display. Where was the foto taken Ed?
These were based at KPAE back in the day when it was a USAF base.

Written on 06/17/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

You can just see the winglet on the end of the wing.

Written on 06/17/2018 by Edward Bardes

Great series of photos Christoph and I especially like this one. I am not sure why anybody would give it a 3 stars rating.

Written on 06/17/2018 by Tony Erni

It did come from Boston, wouldn't expect them to fly Air Canada but it likely was the Red Sox

Written on 06/17/2018 by Colin Pierce

What a great pic!

Written on 06/17/2018 by Efrem DANIELI

this is a very good photo!

Written on 06/17/2018 by peterjp5

I missed this one..............I think I was drooling on the rattlesnake hill shots and missed, but 5star landing sequence on this Gman.*****

Written on 06/17/2018 by Tom Vance

danke Crazy!

Written on 06/17/2018 by Uwe Zinke


Written on 06/17/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Very nice photo and this is a Boeing E-3 Sentry,which is a modified Boeing 707/320 commercial airframe.

Written on 06/17/2018 by Tony Erni

The A/W Date on this plane is 04/21/2018, so it hasn't been in service for 2 months yet.

Written on 06/17/2018 by Tony Erni

Spartan Executive (I think)...

Written on 06/17/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Any idea Collin as to which sports team got off the plane.

I looked up and saw that the Phillies are playing the Red Sox only on the 26th of July.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Tony Erni

It is a wonderful view of an aircraft wing over beautiful clouds lit by sunlight! It looks great. It reflects the cameraman's high skill.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Engr Fida Ali Baigcho

Thanks Mark

Written on 06/16/2018 by Al Stiff

I love the Tinmouse. Great shot Mark.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Al Stiff

They've lowered the canopy on the gas station! Hard to believe it was too high! Nice shot Al!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Mark Thomas

I was at Tiger Field performing a photo shoot unrelated to this incident when the pilot of N9328W radioed in on approach. Since I was already there, I photographed the arrival / landing of the Cherokee. It was a routine arrival - no emergency was declared. The accident did not begin until the Piper landed. In my 34-shot sequence of photos, the front tire can be seen exploding in picture #8 and it is definitely deflating as the aircraft sweeps closely past me in pictures #18, #19, and #20. The pilot is plainly visible in those three clicks and he is obviously just beginning to react to the fact that the plane cannot be properly steered during its landing rollout. As the aircraft careened off the west edge, burrowed into the desert landscape, and came to a sliding halt, it occurred to me that I was quite fortunate to be positioned off the east edge. In my last couple of photos, the two occupants are out of the aircraft and it is apparent that both are mobile and uninjured. The crash, which took place about three hours before I posted this comment, ended the activity I had previously been photographing.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Remember seeing this airplane flying around Great Bend, KS, in the 1940s. Guess it is still located in Tulsa. Was this the only copy, or are there more?

Written on 06/16/2018 by Ross Meyer

Whutts Zit aside from obviously being Russian? Not knockin' it just wanted know....................

Written on 06/16/2018 by Charles Peele

Thanks !

Written on 06/16/2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Something wrong here. The canopy. Not a single seat Spad. Methinks maybe a Queen. (four seater)

Written on 06/16/2018 by Bill Butler

sehr schön! Wahnsinn wie weit oben noch die LH da hinten im Hintergrund mit Anflug auf Nordwest ist

Written on 06/16/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

ganz stark!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

The "CB" tailcode marks this Raytheon T-6A Texan II as coming from the 14 FTW (14th Flying Training Wing) at Columbus AFB near Columbus, MS. This aircraft is assigned to the 41st Flying Training Squadron, the "Flying Buzzsaws". The USAF s/n would be 06-3844 with a MSN of PT399 according to Joe Baugher's published information.

Written on 06/16/2018 by cliff731

Beautiful design.

Written on 06/16/2018 by John Wallach

Very cool plane. I remember seeing one at a CAF air show in Harlingen, TX before it crashed.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Larry Horton

dead sexy

Written on 06/16/2018 by joeuser

Beauty in motion !!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Andrea Gentilini

Wonderful livery !!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Andrea Gentilini

excellent caption

Written on 06/16/2018 by Ivan Blakely

Thanks Rich.

Written on 06/16/2018 by John Marotta

Lovely aircraft, gold really suits the PC12! Great photo!!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Jordan Williams

Thanks Kerry. It's a great shot!

Written on 06/16/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice picture!!!

Written on 06/16/2018 by nycslc1

Nice picture!

Written on 06/16/2018 by nycslc1

This is a cool picture!!!

Written on 06/16/2018 by nycslc1

I thought that's Howard Perdue Reno racer#14 and man that plane could haul the mail

Written on 06/16/2018 by fdrasby

This is mint!

Written on 06/16/2018 by Rich Barnett

Thanks, Chris.

Written on 06/16/2018 by Kerry Ahearn

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