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One of my favorite planes. And my FAVORITE "Side Winders".
An excellent shot.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Peter Maas

Nice ops at MDPC FBO with N950PC
Thanks for shere your business with us.

Written on 26.05.2017 by SANTIAGO DE LA PAZ

One of my favorite every-so-often visitors to RDU! Looking good for a 50-year-old. Originally Continental.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Savannah Ford

Chris, you need to get rid of the date stamp, center the aircraft and fix the colors/exposure etc.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Jakub Wil

The probe fooled me too. It's right where you would expect to see the tail, but it's not. Thanks for clearing that up.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Chuck Pergiel

Oh Dear, Thank you Baldwin. You just served the purpose of a good cause this page was created. While those couple of others here made derogatory comments despite having zero knowledge about what is the issue that is being brought into focus,you made that big difference. I do not want to write the details of actions on these criminals, it's been going on for so long they must be dealt with severe legal punishment besides loosing pilot credentials and loosing their business must go to jail. I have enough evidence that they are not on their own, they are supported by some agency which I am still trying to find out. Any inputs like yours, any ideas and pertinent information will be greatly appreciated, that is exactly why I sought out place like Flghtaware, it helps me to track them from their take off till they land, thanks to Flightaware and other sites that provide these information!!.

Written on 26.05.2017 by RguHeli Hunter

C-146A Wolfhound, nice catch!

Written on 26.05.2017 by rwb2112

Hi Gary. Very nice and interesting photo with a neat personal story.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Gary Mailander

Nice shot John! It's good to have the background about the stamp too.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Brian Carlin

Aviation as art!

Written on 26.05.2017 by BigAlOutWest

Very unique and different.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Andre Blanchard

R.I.P. Michael R. Murphy in the Fatal Crash on May 25, 2017. N62UP seems to be destroyed.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Isaac Stebleton

T/O flaps, amount determined by aircraft weight, runway length, airport density altitude. Can actually be 0 flaps but with slats. Slats are usually the first part of any flaps extension.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Jim Smirh

That's right Jerome, the only reason we see Delta 757's at YYZ anymore is for sports charters.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Mark Thomas

I've watched some YouTube videos of Spotter day at Guarulhos, fantastic spot and very close to the action! Short lens only here! Great shot Marcio!

Written on 26.05.2017 by Mark Thomas

Also Hero in Viet Nam as "AC-47D Spooky aka "Puff, the Magic Dragon", precursor to AC-130H Spectre gunship.

Written on 26.05.2017 by John Gotch

I've been impressed with C130s ever since seeing one in an air show that was outfitted with rockets on both sides, showing how they were outfitted during the Viet Nam war in order to be able to take off on short runways. They fired those rockets partway down runway, and was that ever loud. Unbelievable how that plane shot up into the air at that point.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Linda Nitzschke

Great shot, for several reasons.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Linda Nitzschke

I hear that Gary. Blue skies few and far between here too!

Written on 26.05.2017 by Mark Thomas

thanks mark

Written on 26.05.2017 by Brian Buckley

Still another overcast day. I'll admit that earlier this year I was enjoying the opportunities to snap some inclement WX pics, but now I'm ready for the bright blue skies of summer.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Gary Schenauer

Judging by the tail number, the first owner was TWA.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Paul Wisgerhof

The new Air Force of the Independent People's Republic of California.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Hugh Somsen

Robinson R44 Clipper II, N44SK, Registered to 702 Helicopter, Inc. N440KB is Registered to Skyline Tours, LLC. Neither one has any surveillance equipment likely and aren't favored by law-enforcement or spies. However, if you still feel threatened, you should call the Nevada Highway Patrol of the Clark County Sheriff's Office. Explain to them how you are going to eliminate this threat.

Written on 26.05.2017 by William Baldwin

The RAF did use them, there's an RCAF DC-3 Veteran at Hamilton, Ontario Flight Museum with the Lancaster...

Written on 26.05.2017 by William Baldwin

Yes he is.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Chris Collinsworth

Great catch! Nice variety of airlines and aircraft.

Written on 26.05.2017 by B. W.

Also an unsung hero of Vietnam/SEA. Checkout or

Written on 26.05.2017 by rmckee2129

Wow..awesome pic!!!10*

Written on 26.05.2017 by Kobe Hunte

TRENNOR>>> Find it in

Modular Airborne FireFighting System
The Modular Airborne FireFighting System or MAFFS is a self-contained unit used for aerial firefighting that can be loaded onto a C-130 Hercules, a military cargo transport, which then allows the aircraft to be used as an air tanker against wildfires.[1] This allows the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) to use military aircraft from the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve to serve as an emergency backup resource to the civilian air tanker fleet.[1][2]

A MAFFS-equipped C-130 Hercules from the 302nd Airlift Wing makes a water drop over New Mexico during a training exercise, May 2007

Written on 26.05.2017 by Robert Farquharson

Sorry about that; should have typed 757 instead of 575.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Jerome Kendrick

Looking at the activity log below, I would venture to say this is the 575 that is used to carry the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club to its away games. Their last stop before returning home was with the Toronto Blue Jays, they just finished a four game series with the Washington Nationals and are now (Friday, May 26) are in Boston for a three game series with the Red Sox.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Jerome Kendrick

An odd picture... are the flaps deployed ?? Slats look down. Hmmmm, didn't think this was in the "rule book".

Written on 26.05.2017 by trunkmonkey

Those Southwest folk's sure have some well painted airplanes.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

Them NASA people have some pretty nice bird's to fly around in.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

MAFFS: Modular Airborne Firefighting System
"Roller One Four" Aircraft radio call sign.
"Short Final"

Written on 26.05.2017 by joel wiley

roland, AIM-120 on wingtips AMRAAM

Written on 26.05.2017 by sam kuminecz

The work horse. of the military.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

I would not want to be the bad guy with that thing coming after me.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

I had some time before our flight left coming home from our last trip and decided to take some shots of all the activity at ORD. Nothing spectacular, but not too bad. I have a few more I'll post soon.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Greg Byington

I thought that was a container ship company. not an airline.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

By any chance, they didn't copy the BOEING 737 did they.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

Are those Sidewinder's on the wing tips.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

If that engine gets any bigger it will drag the ground if they don't put longer strut's on the landing gear.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

They love their Eskimo on the tail. You always know it's AIR ALASKA.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

Hero of the BERLIN Air Lift & they still fly. ONE TOUGH BIRD.I had the chance to fly on one in about 1999. What great experience for a novice. It was Quite noisey.Bt the thrill was still there.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

We almost missed getting captures of this one. We were positioned to get as close as possible to catch it in the air, but just as it was contacting the tower, the airport announced it was flipping runways to use the 34s because the winds were shifting direction and increasing in velocity. We could never have managed to reposition to the south end of the airport in time. But then we heard the tower clear this flight to "be the final inbound" to land on 16L before the runway change.

Written on 26.05.2017 by Gary Schenauer

Looks like it can get the job done.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

Those air ambulances are a godsend! We have some EC135s round where I live and they're on call out constantly. Great to see them in action, though of course sometimes it's too late for them. Kudos to pilots and crew who fly in them.

Written on 26.05.2017 by trennor turcotte

Great shot, that show's the novice like myself, what happen's off of the wingtip's which would normally not be seen & can cause problems to those unaware.

Written on 26.05.2017 by roland pfeifer

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