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Great photo thanks Michael

Written on 09/23/2018 by ian mcdonell

Magnificent

Written on 09/23/2018 by ian mcdonell

Surreal view!!!

Written on 09/23/2018 by Роман Беляков

Orange/Blue?

Written on 09/23/2018 by michel charron

BEAUTIFUL!

Written on 09/23/2018 by BigAlOutWest

This airplane was featured on season 3, episode 11 of the TV show Mannix, which first aired on CBS on December 13, 1969.

Written on 09/23/2018 by Scott Butler

From what I've heard, the prop oil was low and they declared emergency.

Written on 09/23/2018 by peterjp5

Sorry, please delete this version of the picture.
I take the false version with watermark.

Written on 09/23/2018 by Michael Schlesinger

Sunday, HEF-PJC

Written on 09/23/2018 by Michael Jacoby

wrong photo for 491JL.....this one is .***JW

Written on 09/23/2018 by mike SUT

Should be N540DS

Written on 09/23/2018 by Mark Gibson

Living in Puerto Rico during the 60's and 70's Antilles Air Boats, based in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas U.S.V.I. had a fleet of these which my husband flew on for business purposes from San Juan to St. Croix and Charlotte Amalie. The 1st Officer seat was converted to a passenger seat and it was always a scramble to see who could get to the cockpit first to get that seat. Sometimes when we landed in the harbors the water would splash up onto the windows and seep into the cockpit. The pilot always had a roll of paper towel with him and handed it to us to wipe off. The owner of the airline was Charlie Blair, married to Maureen O'Hara the movie star and I believe they lived on St. Thomas. The ledgend of Charlie Blair lives on in the V.I., altho he is no longer with us nor us his wife. He always had a Catalina parked on the tarmac in St.Thomas but was not flown regularly. Forgot to mention, Antilles Airboats also delivered the San Juan Star newspaper to the outter islands during morning flights. D.R.

Written on 09/23/2018 by Diana Rose

Danke Euch zweien. @Uwe ab jetzt hoffentlich wieder ein wenig mehr Zeit :-)

Written on 09/23/2018 by Oliver Holzbauer

Jim, that's what I thought, too. But when I asked the pilot he said it was an actual P-64. Information is scarce, though, and somewhat conflicting, so I'm not sure. Thanks, for the info!

Written on 09/23/2018 by Greg Byington

Yup, and B-52's will still be flying, too! ;-)

Written on 09/23/2018 by Greg Byington

So bye bye Miss American pie.

Written on 09/23/2018 by Jim Costello

Bureau #: 124692
Construction #: ?
Civil Registration:
N45NL
Model: F4U-5NL
Name: None
Status: Airworthy
Last info: 2011

Written on 09/23/2018 by jobeard

Thanks Peter.

Base Miranda is a Civil and Military airport located in the city of Caracas, Venezuela

Regards

Written on 09/22/2018 by manuel silva

Used extensively by the portuguese air force as a tactical airlift mainstay during the colonial wars in Africa.

Written on 09/22/2018 by lusitan

Outstanding, Michael! Very nice group of pics and thanks for sharing. 5*++

Written on 09/22/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Excellent!

Written on 09/22/2018 by Dave Sheehy

10*!!! Awesome picture!

Written on 09/22/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Fantastic catch and a superb picture! 5*

Written on 09/22/2018 by Dave Sheehy

Ed Blanchard - If you are identifying the a/c in this photo as a C-119 Flying Boxcar... then someone will be along shortly to advise you it isn't. Of course, if your comment was directed otherwise, then all is well! :-)

Written on 09/22/2018 by cliff731

I'm the new owner and yes she is a great airplane

Written on 09/22/2018 by David DeVito

That IS a C-199 "Flying Boxcar". I flew in them several times in the early 1960's with Civil Air Patrol (CAP). A common troop/cargo carrier then. What a ride it was, too! Our slogan for it then was: "60,000 pounds of assorted loose nuts and bolts flying in close formation." I saw a couple of them later during my time in Vietnam. A couple of AC-119 variants bristly with machine guns and small arty. They didn't last long

Written on 09/22/2018 by Ed Blanchard

Pas Skyhawk c'est un Cardinal c'est inscrit sur le côté

Written on 09/22/2018 by andré belleau

Also affectionately known as "Heinemann's Hotrod"!!! :-)

Written on 09/22/2018 by cliff731

beautiful airplane

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

great livery

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

very clean

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

super Bild

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Sieht aus wie US Cost Guard :D

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

tolles Bild Michael

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice shot

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

schönes Bild

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice shot

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

beautiful

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

great shot Tim

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

nice shot Bill

Written on 09/22/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Nice Pic and comment

Written on 09/22/2018 by jobeard

Clipped Wing Spitfire

Written on 09/22/2018 by jobeard

Isn't the Internet a humbling experience. ;) I had this page up to respond and walked away, came back to read Glenn's article (great article, btw. Thank you, Sir.) and then posted my thoughts. Then of course to my surprise when refreshed to see a lot more from others.

David Aaron - "Nice shot of one of Draken Internationals Skyhawks a common sight at NAS Fallon as they operate several USMC and Navy tactical training contracts."

Thank you, Sir, for bringing that forward!

The venerable A-4. It is amazing how much love and admiration can be felt for one single aircraft type clearly demonstrated in such few words as a result of one picture. What a great community this is! You guys and gals make it fun being a part of this great gathering of aviators and enthusiasts. Thank you!!

Written on 09/22/2018 by CDBrozovich

Found this link of that aircraft and they all show Geese following him

https://www.airplane-pictures.net/registration.php?p=15-ADE

thanx for the share, this brings back alot of memories of watching that movie.

Written on 09/22/2018 by Bill Gardner

I forgot to mention the movie says there were 16 total Geese, but here theirs only 10, but maybe this is that same guy.
the movie is a true story

Written on 09/22/2018 by Bill Gardner

Lets see if anyone remembers this movie...

Fly Away Home

Written on 09/22/2018 by Bill Gardner

15ADE.. flying with gooses? I don't think so. I like jet4ang's comment, and Linda's comment, and David Wallis, did this not begin as you say, many years ago the first beginning in Canada, requiring special permission to fly across the border without first getting customs clearance?

Written on 09/22/2018 by flyerh

welcome back Olli!!

Written on 09/22/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Drafting is done from behind as in auto car racing. One bird is a goose, two or more are geese or can be called a gaggle as in a school of fish or a gaggle of geese.

Written on 09/22/2018 by flyerh

I was Marine aircrew on the C119F. The big difference here is no radome up front.

Written on 09/22/2018 by Ron Rosenberg

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