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I recognise the standby mag compass...some things don't change!

Written on 06-07-2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

DC 10 wonder full Aircraft I have some very good memories with this DC 10

Written on 06-07-2020 by S. Abrar Hussain Bukharu

What did you go on to fly later on in the Navy Bill?

Written on 05-07-2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

I miss this livery already! Those engines look amazing polished like that.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Spencer Hoefer

Mike-1>?

Written on 05-07-2020 by Tim Parker

I LOVE NEOs

Written on 05-07-2020 by Tim Parker

CC? Caveman connection?

Written on 05-07-2020 by Tim Parker

Epic

Written on 05-07-2020 by Tim Parker

It’s the tail number that no one will want to be seen with.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Mike Connor

Guys, any HUD device would be installed inside the windshield, never outside.
The device is a hot plate, electrically heated so you can see out a portion of the windshield in icing conditions.

Written on 05-07-2020 by jim gevay

There are aircraft that haven't even been designed yet (2020) whereby the pilot of the last one on the last flight to the boneyard will ferry back to his/her base in a Herk.

Written on 05-07-2020 by David Seider

F-35B showing off her undewear, perhaps?

Written on 05-07-2020 by David Seider

North American T-6G, which were remanufactured and redesignated AT-6s.

This particular aircraft was given the USAF Serial Number 49-3356 (MSN 168-470) and was refurbished in 1950.

Aircraft was then sold to Spanish AF as E.16-108.

WFU and sold Jul 9, 1983,
became N5443X, later N992GM, later N94SC

Written on 05-07-2020 by David Seider

Bravo!!!!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Andre Blanchard

Beautiful!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Andre Blanchard

Very neat looki9ng aircraft! Great shot!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Andre Blanchard

As always, wonderful photo Uwe!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Andre Blanchard

Thanks for that info Adrian.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks. Would take a bit of battering!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Good pic Steve. This used to live here in Adelaide in service as one of the rescue helos. Notice now its tracking is blocked by request of owner.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great job!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Andre Blanchard

It IS best seen in full, but would be better seen in person. Damn, some of us will just miss out. Good pic John.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Great shot Brian.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Good one Darryl.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice but a Gold tooth would be a nice touch :)

Written on 05-07-2020 by VK2VC

@Gavin Hughes: I believe it is an external HUD but I'm not 100% sure.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Cbro4

Beautiful color's, great shot!

Written on 05-07-2020 by jim garrity

22.8 hrs in UC45-Js, Mar - May 1967. .Pensacola, Fl. But not this side number. Brand new Naval Flight Officer wanna be.

I do remember getting into one that was one older than I was.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Bill Butler

EPIC !
awesome coverage Darryl. Thanks for sharing !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

EPIC !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

This photo is of XA-KAC, not XA-KAR

Written on 05-07-2020 by dhitzigrath

I love Moontown Airport.
Got a ride in a YAK-52 there many years ago - I'll never forget; it was a highlight of my life.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Mark Kanzler

Panel looks great.

Written on 05-07-2020 by LTerrill

This would be a fun project.

Written on 05-07-2020 by LTerrill

Interesting, I've never seen a C340 with strakes.

Written on 05-07-2020 by LTerrill

danke Crazy!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Uwe Zinke

Those wingtip fittings holds smoke/pyrotechnics dispensers. Later that day the pilot did sunset display with pyrotechnics

Written on 05-07-2020 by Adrian Adziol

Great Image !

Written on 05-07-2020 by Bartolomeo Gorgoglione

This is a B24J, belonging to the Collings Foundation. Same model as my Dad flew.

Written on 05-07-2020 by CHRIS ROBEY

6 years old, and looks brand new. Interesting to see the wing tips. With so many designs going for ramps and fences, it's strange to see a relatively flat tip. Aeronautical engineering is fascinating.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Robert Cowling

727, from a more civilized time in air travel.

Written on 05-07-2020 by Robert Cowling

Awesome! My ground school instructor flew float planes, and described the experience so eloquently, I'd bet a few of the students went to get their rating. He had flown to some amazing areas.

Beautiful shot!

Written on 05-07-2020 by Robert Cowling

Excellent coverage Chris. Well done. Thank you for sharing !

Written on 05-07-2020 by John Marotta

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