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Nice photo!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Eliza D

Olà Nelson obrigado pelas informaçoes sobre o Cessna 337 Skymaster é uma historia muito interessante.Traduzi todo o texto que você me enviou com o app traduzir no meu celular.Tenha cuidado com o Covid-19 e continue a fotografar muitos avioes. A +

Written on 19-10-2020 by andré belleau

Out of all the EMR sensors on that beast, I still get a kick out of the persistence and usefulness of the long-wire AM.

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

Nope, I don't think it's Love. The text indicates Oct07 of 2020, and the shadow of the horizontal stabilizer looks like mid-day. The wing configuration and gear coming up indicate a departure shot. The flight Aware log at mid=day for Omaha lists a departure from Eppley Field. My best guess is this was shot generally Southwesterly from Lindberg Plaza (the road around the airport) while the aircraft was climbing out over 32R, with settings such that the depth of field includes that much clarity for the trees around Carter Lake Ball Fields beyond the airport. All that is just deduction and guess-work...

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

When you want an F-16, but mom says you have an F-16 at home.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Coalora

Dave, we were hunting and woke up to the new snow. It melted off by early afternoon.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Rod Hanson

Thank you Serge.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Alan, it’s a lucky shot. True color, no filters. Taken by a close friend of mine as I was repositioning to get fuel and while we waited for the fog to burn off.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Rod Hanson

Nice shot. I had not realised that Bedford was previously military Gary. Is that the runway that the Gulfstream went off the end just a few years ago with locked flight controls?

Written on 19-10-2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

"Killed off?" I have my doubts. The V-22 is a different class machine. My assessment is they are needed for more flexibility in UNREP and close support for the littoral craft. The Greyhound has long legs and capacity I suspect the needs of the Navy will support for some years to come.

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

Another beautiful composition Gary. Mahalo!

Written on 19-10-2020 by DOUGLAS HOLT

It's a heavy beauty!!!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Diana Rose

Super Shot! Love the Neon Lime Green Trim!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Diana Rose

Thanks John arriving at Mildenhall Suffolk UK.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Allan Hickman

Timothy, Twin engines Single drive-line. Single-engine has adequate beans to hover, (mostly, DA dependent of course)

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

Their size is easier to relate when you realize those two engines have also powered some fair-sized airliners...

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

And someone thought they would never be needed after Chrome Dome... (: Chuckle :)

Written on 19-10-2020 by skylab72

GREAT capture, Darryl. ***** The neighborhood around good old Hanscom's runways hasn't changed much in the 48 years since I was stationed there. Married there at the base chapel in '72; our first son was born there 16 months later. It was a fine assignment. TY for posting these 5 star KBED shots.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Mr. Verkler ... When I saw you over on Turbo, I just figured you had been at the airport from midafternoon when it (AF1) arrived until I saw you there (when it left) and that you had come from Tahoe specifically to get pics of it. I assure you that I don't follow ANY politician religiously anymore (way too old to care) but when one of them brings OUR airplane ... it was bought and paid for by us and WE still pay for its fuel, MX, and protection so it is OURS and we just allow them to use it ... then like any aircraft owner who is proud of their plane, I go to click pics of it.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

I live in Norfolk UK and expect to see or hear the Osprey on her way over the Wash with its very distinctive engine throb,

Written on 19-10-2020 by pat prendergast

Just in case there is any confusion, the piano keys visible in the close foreground are the keys of the parallel Runway 34R. RNO's parallels differ in length by 2,000 feet. Both runways (34L-16R and 34R-16L) end exactly next to each other at their northern ends, but 34L extends 2,000 feet more than 34R at this end, and I was positioned adjacent to the "start" of 34R looking west over to where Air Force One was heading out to the beginning of 34L.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Number 4 comes to life! Great shot.

Written on 19-10-2020 by bbabis

BRM Aero Bristell S-LSA, N438BL: Accident occurred October 18, 2020 at Carlisle Airport (N94), Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Written on 19-10-2020 by gretnabear

My apologies Gary, As I do not follow the President or his aircraft religiously and happened to be in Reno yesterday, I assumed this was Pence and AFII.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Koson Verkler

My apologies Gary, As I do not follow the President or his aircraft religiously and happened to be in Reno yesterday, I assumed this was Pence and AFII.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Koson Verkler

My apologies Gary, As I do not follow the President or his aircraft religiously and happened to be in Reno yesterday, I assumed this was Pence and AFII.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Koson Verkler

Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee F, N15608: Accident occurred October 16, 2020 in Sebring, Mahoning County, Ohio

Written on 19-10-2020 by gretnabear

Nice!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Tom Heaverlo

RIP
Investigation Docket - National Transportation Safety Board:
https://dms.ntsb.gov/pubdms

https://registry.faa.gov/N500MJ

Location: St Ignace, MI
Accident Number: CEN18FA368
Date & Time: 08/31/2018, 2145 EDT
Registration: N500MJ
Aircraft: Piper PA32RT
Aircraft Damage: Destroyed
Defining Event: Loss of control in flight
Injuries: 1 Fatal
Flight Conducted Under: Part 91: General Aviation - Personal

Written on 19-10-2020 by gretnabear

Would this just be a demonstration pass? I'm seeing the tail hook is down and the refueling inlet is deployed out, don't think I've seen those two deployed at the same time before.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Douglas Miles

Air Force One landed somewhat longer on 34L than I had anticipated. Runway 34L is 11,000 feet and as can be seen here, Air Force One was already 4,000 feet down the runway when it put the mains on the concrete. I had expected it to touch down a bit earlier and because it didn't I figured this "smoker" shot had not come out very well. Turned out that it was fine.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

After hearing that Air Force One would be landing on 34L, I climbed The Snake and made it to the top about ten minutes before it appeared. There were several people at the top when I arrived. One was a man about 25-30 years old. We conversed a bit. He planned to take pics of AF One on his cellphone. I prepared my Canon. When I heard the tower clear AF One to land, I called to the man to tell him it was coming. Moments later, AF One appeared from the south, flying low as seen here as it approached 34L. I was busy taking pics and did not pay attention to the young man. After AF One had landed, taxied to the NevANG ramp and parked, I had a free moment and asked the man if his pictures were good. He told me he had not taken any. I asked why. He told me that the plane (seen above) was not Air Force One. I told him it was, but he then looked at me and "patiently" explained to me that this plane had been a "decoy" plane. He told me that whenever a US President goes anywhere, a "decoy" plane that resembles AF One always precedes AF One and lands first so that if anyone wants to attack AF One they will attack the decoy (ie: wrong) plane. When I asked where he got his information, he replied that "everyone knows that." I did not bother discussing anything more with the guy. As I was walking away to start down, he told me that if I left I would miss seeing the arrival of President Trump in "the real" AF One. I wonder how long he hung around up there waiting to take pics of "the real" AF One.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Arriving and departing aircraft were using Runway 16R up until an hour before Air Force One was scheduled to arrive from Orange County (CA). When the runways were reversed and 34L became the runway Air Force One would land on, I decided to climb The Snake. I had to hustle a bit going up but I made it to the top with ten minutes to spare. There were other people up there, including an entire family. Later, as I was on the way down and getting close to the bottom, a City of Reno Fire Department pickup truck and a REMSA ambulance drove past me to the base of Rattlesnake and the emergency personnel then left their vehicles and started the exhausting climb up. I learned later that a woman at the top had become dizzy and collapsed moments after I had left.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Nice crosswind landing. Great picture.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Phil Caron

Great photo and history Gary! Thank you for sharing this! All 5!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Darryl Sarno

Very nice!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Darryl Sarno

Koson Verkler wrote ... " Air Force Two on the ground in Reno awaiting Vice President Pence "

@ Mr. Verkler ... This is Air Force One, not AF Two, and it is President Trump who it is waiting for, not VP Pence. Every TV station in Reno announced Trump's visit for three days, and every station televised his arrival yesterday afternoon. Just an FYI .... The B747 is not "Air Force One" unless the President is aboard it. If the President is on this one, as he was yesterday when he left Vegas and went to Orange County and then came here, then this is Air Force One.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Great catch and photo Gary! I believe this bird was just here at BOS recently.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Darryl Sarno

Koson Verkler wrote ... " Air Force Two taxiing for departure from Reno with Vice President Pence on board. "

@ Mr. Verkler ... This is Air Force One, not AF Two, and it is President Trump who is aboard, not VP Pence. Every TV station in Reno announced Trump's visit for three days, and every station televised his arrival yesterday afternoon. Just an FYI .... The B747 is not "Air Force One" unless the President is aboard it. If the President is on this one, as he was yesterday when he left Vegas and went to Orange County and then came here, then this is Air Force One.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Koson Verkler wrote ... " Air Force Two taxiing for departure from Reno with Vice President Pence on board. "

@ Mr. Verkler ... This is Air Force One, not AF Two, and it is President Trump who is aboard, not VP Pence. Every TV station in Reno announced Trump's visit for three days, and every station televised his arrival yesterday afternoon. Just an FYI .... The B747 is not "Air Force One" unless the President is aboard it. If the President is on this one, as he was yesterday when he left Vegas and went to Orange County and then came here, then this is Air Force One.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Gary Schenauer

Nice shot of a EC-135 from Offutt AFB Nebraska.

Written on 19-10-2020 by John Winters

Is this a true colour pic? It looks terrific in sepia tones.

Written on 19-10-2020 by Alan Hume

Great bird soon to be killed off by an osprey!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Alan Hume

Looks like 6832Victor, not Yankee

Written on 19-10-2020 by KC9EQZ

This model is my favorite! love this!

Written on 19-10-2020 by Eliza D

Thanks Gavin!!

Written on 18-10-2020 by daniel jef

@ Gavin thank much i would love to see her ingesting some water during this up coming season.

Written on 18-10-2020 by daniel jef

@ Gavin thanks a great sight to see for a new bird!

Written on 18-10-2020 by daniel jef

This is not a Piper Cherokee. It is an MD Helicopters MD530F.

Written on 18-10-2020 by Douglas Hoff

Lake Ontario Fun

Written on 18-10-2020 by Bill Orkis

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