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Douglas DC-3 (N8704) - C-47 Sky Train Hairless Joe from the Yankee Air Museum of Michigan makes it "5 Gooney Birds in a Row" at Oshkosh 2021........
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Douglas DC-3 (N8704)

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C-47 Sky Train Hairless Joe from the Yankee Air Museum of Michigan makes it "5 Gooney Birds in a Row" at Oshkosh 2021........

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Diana Rose
Just a really good pic!!
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Thank you Diana............
AkilaY
Wonderful!!
James Driskell
Hairless Joe wasn't hairless, was he?
Mike Loftus
Superb!!
John mcGeoghan
Eye catching moment..Could these be the most durable aircraft made?
John mcGeoghan
Eye catching moment..Could these be the most durable aircraft made?
John mcGeoghan
Eye catching moment..Could these be the most durable aircraft made?
bob reeves
Ken, cool photo dude !!!!
Jim Ligon
Sweet fleet
George Hall
I wonder if any of Buffalo Airways ( Ice Pilots) fleet of DC-3's were at that show. Joe Mc Bryan, owner loved DC-3's since he was a child. He bought a few of the WW2 C-47s and converted them to freight. He had two passenger planes. Most are parked now due to shortage of Avgas in the Northwest Territory. I have a large collection of DC-3, Dakotas, C-47 models in my collection including a custom made model of the Continental Dc-3 on display at the Lone Star Flight Museum which also includes models of it's entire history since 1940 when it started as a American Airlines Flagship " Big Spring". Then TTA bought it and it flew out of the old Houston airport. Parked several years in San Antonio until BBA (Boston) bought it. It ended up in Galveston, Texas when Continental bought it and made it a "party plane" for Continental. Now United.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
George....I did enjoy watching Buffalo Pilots. Amazing flying during most tough conditions.


Thank you all for your kind comments on the DC-3 Pic....
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
George....I did enjoy watching Buffalo Pilots. Amazing flying during most tough conditions.


Thank you all for your kind comments on the DC-3 Pic....
Alan Hume
Don't know about there being "5 Gooney Birds in a row" here Ken. The last one at the far end looks like a Curtis C-46 Commando to me, but I could be wrong. I was before, once! :) Whatever, it's a very evocative photo!
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Thank you Alan......

No C-46 this year at Oshkosh...........
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