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Looks so foreign, like something from outer space.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Cole Parsons

Awsome

Written on 08/18/2017 by usaf12367

Nice

Written on 08/18/2017 by usaf12367

I agree with Cliff, excellent pic

Written on 08/18/2017 by sam kuminecz

Awesome Photo Doug.......

Written on 08/18/2017 by ken kemper

Ach, those back facing stairs. How wonderful. What a beautiful antique!!!!

Written on 08/18/2017 by SFOBro

Cliff again............Thank you. Glad you approve of some of the pics I posted.

Written on 08/18/2017 by ken kemper

Cliff.........

Hey thank you for the kind words....much appreciated.

Written on 08/18/2017 by ken kemper

Nice Capture RJ.............

Written on 08/18/2017 by ken kemper

Air America used to fly them. They would land at Robins AFB and taxi out to a remote corner and park for a couple of days.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Larry Horton

Now that's acceleration defined!

Written on 08/18/2017 by rowdysign

It is like the plane broke the heart in the sky and it is crying...

Written on 08/18/2017 by Jean-Marc Crespy

Thank you for that video, it was great.

Written on 08/18/2017 by John Yarno

the VNe, never exceed speed of the P-51 is 505mph, so it is possible

Written on 08/18/2017 by sam kuminecz

For the win!

Written on 08/18/2017 by John Clark

its an air brake, its connected with an hydraulic actuator and hinges, one on each side of the fuselage

Written on 08/18/2017 by sam kuminecz

Looks as if it is a fire-fight tanker

Written on 08/18/2017 by chalet

What is going on with that panel hanging open? If he has just landed, is it falling off?

Written on 08/18/2017 by John Yarno

Ken... that's an impressive photo capture! Just goes to show that one doesn't have to include every square inch of an aircraft in a photo. Often a close-in composition is more desirable and this photo certainly proves that!

Written on 08/18/2017 by cliff731

Ken... this is a very exemplary photo composition!!! Simply outstanding work!!!

Written on 08/18/2017 by cliff731

*F*I*V*E* stars!!!

Thanks for sharing this spectacular photo with us!

Written on 08/18/2017 by cliff731

Nice Mustang. Is that some kind of airplane behind it? ;~}

Written on 08/18/2017 by John Yarno

nice composition!

Written on 08/18/2017 by marylouanderson512

hi roland!!
have much more. coming soon!

Written on 08/18/2017 by Uwe Zinke

I am suprised that the 2 on the inside can slow down enough for the 2 outside recep's to keep up. Although I could expect it from the WORTHOG A10

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

thanks ken, you were there, you know how hard these shots are

Written on 08/18/2017 by sam kuminecz

Ken... you're very welcome and thanks for the added information.

Someone had remarked earlier regarding the all black livery with red markings. As I recall that is from the 9th RW flying the U-2 Dragon Lady. Some have said it's a difficult color to photograph too.

Looks like FA stuck an "N" in front of your registration/tail # entry... just commenting on that part. I had typed in the USAF serial number digits with a hyphen. FA displayed the hyphen... sans any "N" prefix, but looking back at the data entry screen the hyphen no longer is present in that window. Only showing a string of digits there!

I was glad to see another photo of this specific T-38A on FlightAware and I'm thankful you have shared this one with us! It is very good to see her still flying for the USAF!

Ken, thanks again!!!

Written on 08/18/2017 by cliff731

You keep showing the 747s & i'll keep giving them a 5

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

foto espectacular.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Miguel Silva

The mighty 747

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

Go big bird.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

By the look's of all the dents, this plane is made with the bare minimum of materiel

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

This i9s one of two KDC-10 aerial (air-to-air) refueling tankers owned by the Royal Netherlands Air Force. They were modified from ex-Martinair DC-10-30CF Convertible Freighters. The design was done by Douglas Aircraft in Long Beach California, and the modifications were performed at the KLM Schiphol facility, with oversight by a team of Douglas Aircraft on site representatives. The first deliver to the RNLAF was in late 1994 and the second delivery was in January 1995. They operate out of Eindhove AF Base. The design was based on the successful USAF KC-10 tankers developed by Douglas for the USAF and first delivered in 1981. Both the KDC-10s and the KC-10s are still in very active service today.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Harry Slusher

You can say what you want, to me a 747 is a beautiful airplane

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

EAA Photo.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Frank Sperandeo

This is actually an OLD Photo. I faved it on Airliners.net

Written on 08/18/2017 by Richard Ashley

Those Mitchell's just seem to keep hanging on.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

Muroi, I ditto to the "outstanding" comments! The vibrancy of all the colors at night at that! The background aint that bad either!!
Can't wait to see your next entry...youve set the bar pretty damn high!! 😎

Written on 08/18/2017 by Andy Power

UP UP & away.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

They don't build them like that any more.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

Oh? Is hat what the bottom looks like.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

Looks like a pair of eye's watching the plane

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

WOW What a picture, Such brilliant colors.

Written on 08/18/2017 by roland pfeifer

Look Closely. Standing room only!

Written on 08/18/2017 by Geldridge

"Positive Rate, gear up", Great shot, gear doors just opening. That is a departure from PHX Sky Harbor. runway 7R.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Joseph Cotter

J'adore ... thks

Written on 08/18/2017 by xavier legay

Great Picture

Written on 08/18/2017 by Blake Waddell

Awesome Sam...

Nice Photo

Written on 08/18/2017 by ken kemper

Alberto Santos Dumont.
The true inventor of the plane. The 14-BIS did not need rails to fly.

Written on 08/18/2017 by Alcides Jansen

That's a great shot! Made me smile. Thanks

Written on 08/18/2017 by Eric Wittmayer

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