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Boeing 707-300 (N404PA)

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MIT's Linclon Labs 707 exiting the runway after landning on 29

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DGR Rathborne
There is a Lumpy looking 707 . At 1st glance i would have thought military , until i read MIT . What are they researching ? Still it's a nice photo of a 707 .
Mark Hanneman
https://theaviationist.com/2017/04/17/new-photos-show-the-rare-heavily-modified-b-707-operated-by-mit-as-a-communications-and-sensor-testbed-for-the-u-s-air-force/
doug marshburn
The old 707 looks neat , I worked on them back in the '60's and when I saw the one in museum D.C. it lools very small .
Doug Zalud
Awesome catch!
Larry Karp
DGR, where did you read MIT on the plane? I don't see it.
jesse kyzer
built in early 1965 Boeing 707-321B -- N404PA. christened Clipper Seven Seas is now serving her country as a flying electronics lab for advanced electronic systems
Marvin Googlevanfrancis
Larry, Just look up the reg and you'll see some info on the plane.
Alan Dixon
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