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Vulcansunray, I agree, port and starboard wheelsets seem to be disproportionately different in both size and shape!
However, the photographer says it was not an unusual landing???????

Written on 29.05.2020 by Mike MacDonald

Great comments Gary. She's a very nice looking C182RG. Shows just how good and also how enduring is the engineering that came out of places like Wichita KS and Lock Haven PA.

Written on 29.05.2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer.

Written on 29.05.2020 by Henk Stok

That is an awesome photograph, makes you fully appreciate the size of the An -124 , just lookat the main undercarriage, awesome.
Lovely picture , very impressive ,great Aeroplane.

Written on 29.05.2020 by Mike Curtis

I have no idea mate?

Written on 29.05.2020 by Brian Wilkes

Bad *ss.....................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

I love these kind of pictures........... 5x! :)

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

Now we have a US Military Calendar shot....5x. Dont the Crew Chief's paint the 'nicknames' anymore.?? Like Maverick, Goose, Jester etec...?? Waaaaaaaaaa I have my photos of the 'Grinch' & F-18 at Lemoore NAS, but I do not want him to track me down,,,,,gulp!

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

Another Gman Calendar photo! 5 stars and 5x for typing in all of the airport codes..

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

5 'Memorial Stars* Gman---------------------

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

I see G-man is out dusting us off the charts again....you forgot to add " extremely rare",,,I've never seen a photo of Slide Mtn in this type of view from RNO! 5 Sliders and Calendar shot!

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

Dan Glover: very cool, my 1st jet flight was on Air California 737 N459AC Apr 1970 SJC-SNA and back a week later, you coulda been my Pilot. Actually the whole family went on our 1st trip to Disneyland-Anaheim. My oldest brother worked at Air California SJC for 1.5 years before he went into the Army He was in Terminal C/SJC during 69-71. Tix Agent.

Written on 29.05.2020 by Tom Vance

Nice shot

Written on 29.05.2020 by daniel jef

Tail reg is incorrect. Please update or remove for accuracy.

Written on 29.05.2020 by Colin OSullivan

So proud of my grandson :)

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Very nicely done John.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Judging by this pic, totally agree!

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Love the shots in the wet Caleb. If these are in the last couple of days this is what we're expecting from tomorrow (Sat May 30).

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

WOW!!! Now we know you'll get the critics noting the wrong description. The type is right folks, just enjoy the picture.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

That looks so nice. Love your work Bobby.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Picturesque, well done.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice pic Philip. They just look s-o-o long and unfortunately, it was so long but you did get your noisy farewell.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Hi Dwight, love the low sun shot.

The increased richness of yellow with low sun does make quite a difference to colors especially blue with yellow being its 'opposite'. As you pointed out, with SWA's blue, bright during high sun, quite a bit richer and darker in low sun, then there's the exposure...

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks for continuing to show us what you get there Darryl, but I note, still struggling for sunshine (mostly).

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Such a good picture - beautiful

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gavin Hughes

Cool shot! Yes gavin. It is for and Antarctica. Info on the LC-130 here https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_LC-130. And it’s rocket assisted take off here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=F7eABcN9CHI

Written on 28.05.2020 by Joan Williams

Company photo! Looks great!!

Written on 28.05.2020 by jim garrity

I think everything is debatable...2*’s at best.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Joan Williams

RCAF 2019 F-18 Demonstration Team pilot, Captain Tim Kilroy, taking off for a practice demonstration prior to the opening of the 2019 Springbank Air Show, Springbank Alberta.

Written on 28.05.2020 by PAUL KENNEDY

Light as a feather and very fast, I think they used Balsa Wood as well.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gerry Ellis

focus is debatable

Written on 28.05.2020 by a mentor

I find the color variance of a paint scheme in different lighting situations very interesting. Here in this evening shot, the SWA current livery is a very deep, almost navy blue. However, during broad daylight the shade of blue looks much lighter and vibrant.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Dwight Hartje

Wow, 5 stars for focus, size and quality.

Written on 28.05.2020 by jim gevay

This aircraft crash landed near Cambridge Ohio on May 27, 2020.
Pilot suffered serious head trauma according to first responders.
Pictures would suggest A/C is a total loss

Written on 28.05.2020 by tweberw

This is a beautiful flying machine. My Uncle Chet checked me out in it on 31 Aug 1979 Out of KHWD. Outstanding performer. Glad to see she's still in the air.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gary Olson

Joseph - Nice to see this beauty still looking well cared for. Congratulations.
I last flew her 10 Oct. 1980. Took my Mother-in-law, (from Germany for holiday), wife and a friend from KHWD up to Lake Tahoe KLTA for the day. Beautiful performance for high altitude airports. Quite a memory now, since all three of them have passed. I still kick around on my Flight Simulator now (since the real days of flight are gone).
OG

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gary Olson

Hate to break this news to you, FA. This aircraft is a C-182RG. I first flew it from KHWD to Ko48 (Fort Bragg, CA). Got fogged in and left the following morning N0v 12, 1979. The Aero Club at Hayward, CA had it at the time. Very fast little machine.
Regards, OG

Written on 28.05.2020 by Gary Olson

Great series of shots of the AN-124, Brian!

Written on 28.05.2020 by Dwight Hartje

Nice catch Sam. Well done.

Written on 28.05.2020 by John Marotta

Thanks DD !

Written on 28.05.2020 by John Marotta

Hiya Chris! May well have been on a flight together. In the 85-87 time frame was flying on these to connect at LAX and/or visit my Aunt & Uncle in SoCal. Even on hot days, these didn’t need much runway for departure. Cheers!!

Hundo

Written on 28.05.2020 by C.W. Reed

C.W., maybe you and I ended up on one together. My only flight on an RJ-85 was FAT-LAX in the mid 80s - probably 86 or 87, I can't quite remember which trip coming home from Lemoore that was.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Chris Bryant

Have a good look at
https://www.cafsocal.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Zero2-15-09-21.jpg
and you will see nothing similar -- the AT6 is frequently used as a facsimile

Home field is KCMA

Written on 28.05.2020 by a mentor

Stellar Photo. Have seen a lot of them lately, here, but always great to view again. Thanks! Amazing!

Written on 28.05.2020 by Diana Rose

Great photo. Thanks.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Alan Brown

Yeah, it'll be hard. My hometown looks like a third world country after GM 'downsized', and sent thousands of jobs to China back after the aughts. Houses literally falling apart because the good jobs are all gone. It's sad to see the huge decline there. Good people who couldn't compete with nearly free labor, and now thousands of pilots and flight attendants unable to compete with a virus. And over 100,000 have died. Tragic...

Written on 28.05.2020 by Robert Cowling

Apparently now flying for Condor. Yes, very distinctive, Alitalia.

Written on 28.05.2020 by Robert Cowling

firewatch209:

Thank you for the insight on your early days of the aircraft. Never would have thought that 8-Track tapes (alien technology) would have been used for data storage.

Written on 28.05.2020 by warmwynds

Nice shot and capture John!

Written on 28.05.2020 by Darryl Sarno

Thanks

Written on 28.05.2020 by Brian Buckley

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