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Nice!

Written on 09/20/2018 by Greg Byington

fake

Written on 09/20/2018 by Uwe Zinke

@joebeard, while they have done a good job of making the BT-13 look like a IJN Divebomber this is in fact a Vultee BT-13. There are no airworthy B5N airframes.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Timothy McDonnell

Klasse!!

Written on 09/20/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Chris, I'm not sure how the ICAO code for a King Air made it in there, but if you - the contributor - change the Aircraft Type field/box at the bottom of the page to: VAMP and then save it, that should fix it. I hope. FA does some strange things sometimes. And nice shot, eh!

Written on 09/20/2018 by Greg Byington

James and jobeard are correct in that this is a Grumman G-21A, serial #1059, built in 1939 - per the FAA. The ICAO code for a Grumman Goose is: G21. King, if you put G21 in the Aircraft Type field/box instead of C172 and then save it, that should fix it. However, in my experience, there are cases when the correct code is entered, and FA displays the wrong aircraft name/type. And there are aircraft that have no ICAO code. In those cases I've been entering ZZZZ which is for Unknown/Unassigned aircraft. (Someone on FA told me that. Thanks!) In any case, I hope that helps. And if I'm wrong about something, I will happily stand corrected. Oh, and nice shot, King!

Written on 09/20/2018 by Greg Byington

It looks like a UH-60 Blackhawk, or a variant thereof. If you have the serial number you can probably find more info.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Greg Byington

Hmm; look again --
The Nakajima B5N (Japanese: 中島 B5N, Allied reporting name "Kate") was the standard carrier-based torpedo bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) for much of World War II.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakajima_B5N

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nakajima_B5N2_Kate_in_flight.jpg

looks nothing like https://www.combatairmuseum.org/aircraft/vultee.html

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

Yes,FA needs some work. At least the original poster ought to be allowed to edit the original post

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

Jack, I love 310's, too, and at the risk of giving away my age, I also remember Sky King. ;-)

Written on 09/20/2018 by Greg Byington

how flattering for Cessna and degrading for SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE LF.IXc

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

This a perfect picture !

Written on 09/20/2018 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

P-64/NA-50 - N840 is correct

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

Harvard was the British nickname for the Texan AT-6

The Mitsubishi A6M "Zero" is a long-range fighter aircraft formerly manufactured by Mitsubishi Aircraft Company, a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and operated by the Imperial Japanese Navy from 1940 to 1945.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_A6M_Zero

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

Hmm; look again --
The Nakajima B5N (Japanese: 中島 B5N, Allied reporting name "Kate") was the standard carrier-based torpedo bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) for much of World War II.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nakajima_B5N

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nakajima_B5N2_Kate_in_flight.jpg

Written on 09/20/2018 by jobeard

Or 371AA....

Written on 09/20/2018 by Cade Emtage

My favorite airplane private airplane. I remember it from Sky King.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Jack Warner

Gary, great photo!! An amphibian with a lake background, very nice. I was going to complement you on such a well done active, flying picture until I checked out your photo collection...almost all in-flight pictures. Thank you for your art.

Written on 09/20/2018 by David Mortimer

Over ocean approach to KEF, about 4000MSL, 12 miles from touchdown on September 17, 2018.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Blue Lytes

Iceland air FL 681, at LGW, gate 48, enroute to KEF on September 17, 2018

Written on 09/20/2018 by Blue Lytes

LGW about 3200AGL, September 17, 2018

Written on 09/20/2018 by Blue Lytes

Virgin Atlantic 747 during take-off roll from LGW to parts unknown about 13.30 GMT, on September 17, 2018

Written on 09/20/2018 by Blue Lytes

It will not accept PT17 or PT75 as long as that title cannot be corrected.

Written on 09/20/2018 by warmwynds

Another A/C ID mistake which seems to be happening just about everyday. Your credibility is diminishing by the day. A pure jet can't possibly be a King Air prop-jet.

Written on 09/20/2018 by James R. Miles

Wow.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Christian Parada

It isn't a Piper Twin Comanche! It is, however, a Boeing PT-17... sometimes referred to as a Stearman Model 75... or a Boeing/Stearman Model 75 Kaydet!!!

Enter PT75 for your type designation in the box for Aircraft Type under Photo Tags... and that should work for you.

Written on 09/20/2018 by cliff731

Perhaps there is a B733 in that hangar but N372PA is listed as a G2CA helicopter.

Written on 09/20/2018 by warmwynds

This photo looks like it belongs on the cover of an aviation magazine. Nice job!

Written on 09/20/2018 by peterjp5

NICE SHOT!!!!! 5*

Written on 09/20/2018 by Cade Emtage

A beautiful aircraft. The American Volunteer Group put it to good use against the Japanese in China. I remember the John Wayne movie about the group. Long ago.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Harry Ellett

I like it. Good photo.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Harry Ellett

Oh come on! The panel correctly identifies the A/C as a DeHavilland Vampire. Why does the banner claim it is a Beech King Air?

Written on 09/20/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

A P-40.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

A Sea Rey painted in pre-WWII colors.

Written on 09/20/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Great Shot Daniel.

Written on 09/20/2018 by harshthakkar189

C172, Flightaware did it. CAnnot overide it.

Written on 09/20/2018 by King F Hui

Twin What?

Written on 09/19/2018 by warmwynds

Sexy looking jet my fav

Written on 09/19/2018 by anthony96

Nice! where were you standing?

Written on 09/19/2018 by peterjp5

Wow! what's the shutter-speed on your camera?

Written on 09/19/2018 by peterjp5

Does anyone have any information on this type of helo? Anything would be helpful.
Thank you in advance.

Written on 09/19/2018 by Shrimp333

Nice view!!!!!

Written on 09/19/2018 by leonardo muniz

Thank you for the Piece of History Svein,... it has saved me looking up the info.A VERY highly decorated Airman

Written on 09/19/2018 by Allan Hickman

Muito boa foto tirada no momento certo

Written on 09/19/2018 by andré belleau

Under the stablizer: F4U-5

http://www.warbirdregistry.org/corsairregistry/f4u-122179.html
Bureau #: 122179
Construction #: ?
Civil Registration:
N4903M
Model(s):
F4U-5P Corsair
F4U-5N Corsair
Name: None
Status: Restoration
Last info: 2016

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

the Goose is dated 1939 -- another example of ICAO inaccuracy for pre-1947 aircraft

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

Manufacturer: Vickers Supermarine

Model: SPITFIRE MARK 9
Serial: TE294

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

Mac-2 Convair B-58 "Hustler" bomber

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

#162 is the P-38 "23 Skido" from Chino Planes of Fame

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

Not North American, Hawker Sea Fury

Written on 09/19/2018 by jobeard

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