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Photo was taken five and a half hours ago (9:51 AM), 20 Jan 2018.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Note the false canopy.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Robert Wolff

MU 2.

Written on 01/20/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

She's a 36. Great shot of a classic!

Written on 01/20/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

The gauges across the top row are EPR, or exhaust pressure ratio, next row is RPM in percent, then exhaust temps and last row is fuel flow.

Written on 01/20/2018 by jim gevay

Jack - The "old" Beluga could transport one wing of an A380 - the Beluga XL can carry two wings of an A380. if you have a normal family home, it fits maybe 5-6 times in there 😅

Written on 01/20/2018 by Cloudwatcher

Thank you for all of your uploads, Mr. Walker!
In 1979, I was in year 2 of my first stint with the USN. My squadron, VA-82, was stationed at NAS Cecil Field, FL and flew the A-7E SLUF (hence my screen name). "It's not very fast, but it sure is slow!"
Question: Do you recall what the top row of engine gauges measured? There seems to be some discrepancy between the needles for 1,2,7,8 and 3 thru 6. Do you know why this might be? All other gauges seem to be pointing in pretty much the same directions (per row).
Just some idle curiosity on my part. Thank you for your service!

Written on 01/20/2018 by corsair2

The problem was a hydraulic leak. One engine was shut down so the brakes probably got a bit of a workout.

https://flightaware.com/squawks/view/1/7_days/new/64827/Hydraulics_Leak_Forces_Delta_Airlines_Plane_To_Make_Emergency_Landing_At_LAX

Written on 01/20/2018 by Torsten Hoff

Wayne Fox - Yes... those on static permanent display escaped the chopping block, so to speak...!!! Thank for your comment and sharing that valuable information with us... and thank you also for your dedicated service in the U.S. Air Force!!!

Written on 01/20/2018 by cliff731

My next flight aircraft but a different airline amid colder islands.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Jim Costello

Caden Bell - when you post a remark like yours... "Also please leave comments/feedback please :)"... I take it you're either hoping for objective critique of your photo taking skills... or perhaps you're desiring praise for your photograph.

There's lots of mediocre and poor photos uploaded daily on FlightAware... and I can count on my fingers the actual number of those who post true quality photo compositions that display an expert level of photographic skill and competence as held by the person behind the camera.

There's very few of such here.

Written on 01/20/2018 by cliff731

Could be a tomahawk! Real Indian warpath colors. Absolutely awesome.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Jim Costello

This aircraft could still save your life one day but you don't have to like it. Just say thanks.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Jim Costello

Shooting the breeze

Written on 01/20/2018 by Jim Costello

Noted aircraft heading my way, grabbed camera and took photo as it flew over my yard. Good MLAT data!
Not sure what airframe this is, please comment if you know.
C-GSKS, C07547

Written on 01/20/2018 by ve4gls

I'd say either an MD-11 or a DC-10-40

Written on 01/20/2018 by Mike Boote

There's an ANG squadron of C-130s here in Cheyenne WY. Love to see and hear them doing touch-and-goes!

Written on 01/20/2018 by mherlich

NICE!!!!

Written on 01/20/2018 by CRISTIAN ALARCON MOLINA

Deutschland Uber Alles !!!!!!

Written on 01/20/2018 by Peter Maas

Erreur : l'aéroport est YOW (Ottawa).

Written on 01/20/2018 by Pierre Cantin

cliff731 There is still on B52G preserved at the Pima Air Museum in Tucson. I had a few fond moments with it just two weeks ago.

http://www.pimaair.org/aircraft-by-name/item/boeing-b-52g-stratofortress

Written on 01/20/2018 by Wayne Fox

Cool photo! Taken in Trenton, NJ? I've: Flown out of trenton airport, and been on this very aircraft :)

Written on 01/20/2018 by Caden Bell

nice! 5*

Written on 01/20/2018 by Caden Bell

It is ok, however, you can't exactly see what it is.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Caden Bell

I was stationed at Minot AFB ND 1967 - 68 and was an ECM tech on the H models. This photo brings back fond memories of the days I watched our planes take off en mass on ORI's and the smoke from the 8 engines filling the skies. Great Photo! Thanks.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Wayne Fox

It is probably the older regustration of now shut airlines "Modiluft"

Written on 01/20/2018 by Hughman Ford

Also please leave comments/feedback please :)

Written on 01/20/2018 by Caden Bell

Where? What? Why?....

Written on 01/20/2018 by Daniel Rytz

R4808N yes taken at SWC in DVNP, but here is a better video....mine! HaHa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zdrFKiGSXI

Written on 01/20/2018 by Habujet

That dude on the bottom right has a really bad sunburn....

Written on 01/20/2018 by Mike C

Horrible quality.

Written on 01/20/2018 by peterjp5

North Korean?

Written on 01/20/2018 by peterjp5

General Ellis was a very good man. Knew him well while I was stationed at Offutt.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Ralph Scott

Spent two years just outside Chitose at the U.S. Army Security Agency's 12th Field Station in'59-'60 The Japanese Air Self Defense Force had about a squadron of F-86s there, and I can tell you the runway then would never have accomodated a 777. And the tower I see in the background tells me things have changed even more than i would have guessed. Population of all of Hokkaido then, was anout 50,000.

Written on 01/20/2018 by takelsey

yeah yeah yeah it is a 300ER

Written on 01/20/2018 by A F

Not 848

Written on 01/20/2018 by shrudini

I wonder how many times my house could fit in there....

Written on 01/20/2018 by Jack Jouett

I love to see photos of the B52. It brings back good memories of the 50's and 60's for me.

Written on 01/20/2018 by Wayne Parcell

Germany - Air Force | Airbus A400M | 54+06 | Airport: Germany - Berlin - Tegel (TXL / EDDT) Photo taken on 2018-1-16

Written on 01/20/2018 by Danny Kahra

Still Stunning and wears well as a classic shot. I can FEEL the cold wind hitting me looking at this perfect picture...

Written on 01/20/2018 by Ned Gehringer

The back seater is a Naval Flight Officer (NFO). Their duties are weapons/ systems operations and Navigation.
Don't ask what the tail code S H really stand for because it's to hot ! Great pic !

Written on 01/20/2018 by Ned Gehringer

danke Greg!!

Written on 01/20/2018 by Uwe Zinke

thank you Claudio!

Written on 01/20/2018 by Uwe Zinke

danke Crazy!!

Written on 01/20/2018 by Uwe Zinke

neo bosso

Written on 01/19/2018 by chris lucak

That plane was so ahead of his time!

Written on 01/19/2018 by Mario R. Valdes

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