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Nice shot! What is the reason for the fire department salute?

Written on 17.11.2017 by Richard Neibert

Breathtaking photo Gary! Definitely 5 *'s. Thanks for sharing!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Darryl Sarno

Photo has been taken on Finnair flight AY073 from Helsinki to Tokyo on 14th Nov. 2017

Written on 17.11.2017 by KBAMTS18

SO....they upgraded to the new style props - its about time. Those old suckers were noisy as hell~!! Air North (long gone) used to fly these troop transports as commuters, around upstate NY. One hour was about all you could stand, and still walk away.......

Written on 17.11.2017 by alan mistrater

Thats right Chris, its a regular visitor to ex RAF Finningley it belongs to the French Army Airforce

Written on 17.11.2017 by Allan Hickman

Juat as well this old Scotsman retains his sense of humour!!! This was a Squadron a/c visiting us at the Real Aeroplane Club Breighton Nth Yorkshire and, the crew donated their Squadron flag for consecration next morning in the local church.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Dave Marshall

This one for you Serge......same Merlin you commented on earlier and, just after landing after that flypast depicted on the first foto!!!!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Dave Marshall

Not a photo. Picture of a print.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Leon Artac

Also was able to get a pretty close click of the "Sighthead" ** portion of the Norden in the Bombardier's position. Will share soon. (** The "Sighthead" was the detachable, and super secret, part of the Norden.)

Written on 17.11.2017 by Gary Schenauer

A beautiful warbird, that shot a heck of a lot of Luftwaffe fighters out of the sky.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Jack Mabry

Now that brings back memories. Somewhere, in a box, someplace, I have two photos of Vulcans. I snapped them in 1964 when they RON on Wake Island while on a Good Will Round the World Tour. I was the protocol officer that week. The night they arrived we tipped quite a few until sun up and then they left, no joke. Now I have to go look for them and when I find them I will post it here. One of the planes I photographed is in a museum in northern California. XM603 is an excellent photo of a great aircraft.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Captaindl

Time lapse of the recovery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttXDyxW7KHs

Written on 17.11.2017 by Jeffrey Knapp

This same KC-135R Stratotanker, USAF s/n 57-1451, is seen in a 2004 dated photo by photographer David Atkinson on the Jetphotos.com site, showing the California ANG's 163rd ARW markings and tail "colors"...

Written on 17.11.2017 by cliff731

Sad to say but we will not hear the famous Vulcan"HOWL" once more,A truly legendary Aircraft.

Written on 17.11.2017 by John Mooney

Love the 748!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Ryan Kehler

Otter with a Beaver

Written on 17.11.2017 by Paul Doege

danke!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

i think that they belong to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Written on 17.11.2017 by melvyn jamieson

i am flying boat fan i love one

Written on 17.11.2017 by gwapo santa

very nice

Written on 17.11.2017 by gwapo santa

danke

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

Picture credits to @beam5192

Written on 17.11.2017 by Nick Angelini

I agree, good angel angle.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Stephen Graham

I remember seeing this aircraft when it was owned by the late Lefty Gardner. He put on a great show at Reno.

Written on 17.11.2017 by chinaninearea51

The last show with the "C" models.

Written on 17.11.2017 by chinaninearea51

I always wished during WWII when I was about 5 or 6 years old that I was old enough to fly one of these, But they didn't let kids that young go to war.OH WELL Now 81 & to late.

Written on 17.11.2017 by roland pfeifer

Dave... You are welcome and thanks for the shared information regarding when this photo was captured... and those other details too! I am looking forward to enjoying the viewing of more of your excellent aircraft photos!

Written on 17.11.2017 by cliff731

Rick, this KC-135R Stratotanker is USAF s/n 57-1451. Your recent photo shows it serving with the Tennessee ANG. I'm seeing elsewhere a circa 2004 photo showing it with the California ANG and upgraded to "R" configuration by then. Joe Baugher's published information show it even earlier with the Alaska ANG circa 1992 at which time this KC-135 was an "E" model. She was originally built as a KC-135A, with a Boeing assigned MSN 17522, according to Mr. Baugher's notes!

Written on 17.11.2017 by cliff731

I have a weak to BA, nice photo thank you

Written on 17.11.2017 by Fabio Alpelli

Very good

Written on 17.11.2017 by koffi issouf

Great shot AND better side notes.
If airplanes could speak! There would be some embarrassed pilots, myself included.

Written on 17.11.2017 by jthyland

Nice shot

Written on 17.11.2017 by snoe925

Quite a bird. Dear Old Dad (RIP)was an engine mech on the 1830 at Bradley Field (KBFD) during WWII. He would tell me they would come back from Europe all shot-up he would overhaul engines and send them back. It's amazing some are still airworthy.

Written on 17.11.2017 by jthyland

How funny, I see this on the feed and think- well that's a 60. Then am looking at this thing thinking, man this thing looks so familiar. Wonder why???

Written on 17.11.2017 by Lee Kovarik

Great shot growing up around McGhee Tyson where those birds come im my account there is a picture of the cockpit when I got a tour of one of them! Really Great Shot.

Written on 17.11.2017 by Grant Bush

Could you provide more information as to name of team and country of origin thanks

Written on 17.11.2017 by Yvon Dionne

What an amazing series of shots ! Great the effect over the sea!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

Magnifique !

Written on 17.11.2017 by Pierre Cantin

glaube nicht. sie hat gewartet bis " deine "Ryanair durch war. sie hat mit den Reversern gebremst!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

平素から「頭上の警戒を解かない…」
会心のショット!やったっすね!!

Written on 17.11.2017 by seabose

thx!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

danke

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

thx!!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Uwe Zinke

Again - a Bombardier CS100

Written on 17.11.2017 by Michael Harris

That's a Bombardier CS100

Written on 17.11.2017 by Michael Harris

Good question Serge. Either way, a gorgeous pic!

Written on 17.11.2017 by Jason Belanger

I have flown on this plane. The interior is still pretty much stock finish, wartime green

Written on 17.11.2017 by John Rumble

perfekt

Written on 17.11.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

bye bye. Sehr schönes Bild

Written on 17.11.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr stark! wohl auf den falschen Knopf gekommen :D

Written on 17.11.2017 by Fabian Dirscherl

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