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David Mortimer
Looks like it just stepped out of a W.E.B. Griffin novel. Very nice photo. Thank you
David Seider
David Mortimer - I was thinking the same thing! W.E.B. Griffin rocks!
I just love the Twin Beech. Beautiful design, as with all of the classic Beeches.
Lucius Gravely
We used to live near a hill NW of ORD. Blackhawk would fly mail routes to JVL, usually low (1,800') and VFR. Sometimes two of them would fly out together, almost in formation, and it sounded almost like a B-17 with the 4 radials churning.
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Date Aircraft Origin Destination Departure Arrival Duration
15-Sep-2018 UnknownStewart Intl ()Stewart Intl () 11:12AM EDT 12:16PM EDT (?) 1:03
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