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McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (N368FE)

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Landing on RWY 12R in 40 knot crosswinds.

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Jeff Comfort
Is this from Cargo Road? Awesome capture!
esdrbd
Yee Haa!
Jose Felipe
Wow! Hard landing
Q B
That's express right there
John McArthur
Load shift!
Donald Pungowiyi
Where is the center wheel that's in between the main landing gear
rwb2112
I think only the -30s and -40s had the center main gear
jayfos
Crazi!
vonerot8
Now, that's correct crosswind technique in action! - Some "Heavy" pilots just tend to land still holding drift and give the landing gear some serious abuse.
jack duffy
must have been an exiting ride for the pilot's!
Jesse Carroll
How many button holes where cut on this one? Great job!
ANGELO DROUTSAS
Full left rudder to the bone! Great shot!
EH777
Awesome pic! Tough Landing
Jesse Carroll
Next time put air in ALL the tires!
Richard Beers
Crab landing - nice shot!
Clifford Green
Load musta shifted? That's what i'da told the FedEx boss Man!
Grant Finch
Wow, just wow.
Phil. Grou
pilot self control, well done!
john fusco
that why my vase broke..lol
kang liu
Duang!!!
Greg Davis
DC-10-10 and above have center main gear.
Patrick Sullivan
The reason there is no signature middle landing gear is that was a feature on the later DC10 series 30 and series 40 aircraft only. N368FE is a DC-10-10F early model 10 series so will not have it. (my comment is to answer Doug Panguwiyi's question and correct Greg Davis slight misinfo). RWB2112 got it right.
VladHusky
Oh, my. Surprised he didn't lose a wingtip!
sam kuminecz
Fedex having a flashback to the incident in Narita?
Jim Newton
With the rudder deflection, must have been a difficult crab attempt.
WB2LDJ
You're presuming the runway, that may be the service road.
Gustavo Henrique
Wow! Amazing shot!
siadc10flyer
AWESOME DC10 love em back in there time they were the most advanced jet in thee era over the 747B
baldman man
PERFECT
Brennan Henderson
wow,they must have been tricky for the pilots.
John Giles
Excellent side slip crosswind landing technique!
Daniel Dunphy
Perfect Timing!
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