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Gary... *F*I*V*E* Stars again!

Written on 17-01-2018 by cliff731

This is a/c N888FD it was the newest a/c in the Fleet at the time. Have received a/c N153FE since. This a/c was picked by employee #1, yes that's right Mr. Smith himself. A "drywash" was ordered the day before the game. In the event there was an issue N853FD, was waiting to make the "flyover." These "flyovers" have been common before U.of Memphis Football games (often 767's) as well as the Liberty Bowl since '15. It is coordinated by phone on the a/c with the crew and the fine folks at the FAA (ZEM aka MEM center).

Written on 17-01-2018 by Mike Liles

The Marines are arriving here from Cherry Point for several weeks of training exercises.

Written on 17-01-2018 by Gary Schenauer

Those were the days! In 1975 BA were still operating the VC10. A great hot and high airfield performer. See far left, furthest from the camera..

Written on 17-01-2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

N327FL Embraer Phenom EM-300 Accident 05-08-2013 Aéroport Eden Prairie KFCM MN.Minneapolis Fling Cloud Airport Dérapage sur piste mouillée.

Written on 17-01-2018 by andré belleau

flew out of McMurdo to Christchurch 1968 on one of two US Navy Connie VX-6

Written on 17-01-2018 by usarp

Thanks Scott. You do good work too.

Written on 17-01-2018 by Brian Lockett

The plane is a Piper Comanche PA24-260B. Not a Cherokee.

Written on 17-01-2018 by Camino Bruce

perfekt! 5*

Written on 17-01-2018 by Uwe Zinke

You're definitely right Richard, it was way too cold. By the time I was done taking the pictures my fingers were in pain. I'm glad I got to see it, but I would only do it again if I had more layers and better gloves.

Written on 17-01-2018 by Brian Carlin

Thank you Mark

Written on 17-01-2018 by Danny Kahra

Well Done Dave..........

Written on 17-01-2018 by ken kemper

Splendid Photo Dave........

Written on 17-01-2018 by ken kemper

À l'arrière-plan : un 707 ?

Written on 17-01-2018 by Pierre Cantin

Not in CLT

Written on 17-01-2018 by CLT767

Glad you were up on the parking garage to catch this and not me, way to cold :)

Written on 17-01-2018 by rwb2112

Did anyone notice the F35 parked in the background? KIWA is not a military base. Nice shot of the 30,000 pound gross weight C680, N359QS...

Written on 17-01-2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

thank you Mike!!

Written on 17-01-2018 by Uwe Zinke

That ought to heat the runway up!!!

Written on 16-01-2018 by cliff731

jgriffes - don't hold your breath waiting for the photo uploader to fix that registration number... kylebclark hasn't been on FA in 6 years!

Written on 16-01-2018 by cliff731

Not the right tail number matchup...

Written on 16-01-2018 by jgriffes

WOW

Written on 16-01-2018 by ian mcdonell

Thanks Mark

Written on 16-01-2018 by Brian Buckley

Cheers Mark!

Written on 16-01-2018 by mike prendergast

Fantastic shot Mike!!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Mark Thomas

Nice shot Danny!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Mark Thomas

Thats a gorgeous shot Brian!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Mark Thomas

Thanks again!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Ron Harper

DANG IT.... This is the only one of WN's state planes that I have yet to photograph. Good Capture.

Written on 16-01-2018 by Scot Wattawa

Bill .... Howdy. And Thanx for the comment & compli.
Colin .... Edison Way.

Written on 16-01-2018 by Gary Schenauer

Epic!

Written on 16-01-2018 by shrudini

Excellent, and a night shot too!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Kevin Wilson-Smith

Casey... is there a way to reach you by e-mail or phone?

Have you by chance visited the base at Thompson Field and inquired?

Written on 16-01-2018 by cliff731

thanks :)

Written on 16-01-2018 by Christoph Plank

Great shot :)

Written on 16-01-2018 by shrudini

Thanks...

Written on 16-01-2018 by Tomás Del Coro

thanks :D

Written on 16-01-2018 by Christoph Plank

Thank you Caden!!

Written on 16-01-2018 by rwb2112

My first thought when I saw the thumbnail photo was DC-10, so I wasn't too far off with the MDC-11. Hope they fixed all of the problems of the DC-10 when they made this one.

Written on 16-01-2018 by Alan Brown

You were absolutely right, Frank - the system got this somehow. It is 747-458.
Ike

Written on 16-01-2018 by Ike Harel

Nice shot Tomas!

Written on 16-01-2018 by shrudini

Great shot!

Written on 16-01-2018 by shrudini

Hey cliff!

I have a favour to ask of you, I'm trying to do some history on 44-34559 (The RB-26 on display outside of the ANG base) and I was wondering if you have any information at all about it. I've found some info on it and a few photos but I can't get any details from it that would help figure out what the plane looked like during operation with the 153d TRS. If you have any information at all it would be very helpful, and any new photos of it would be helpful as well. Also if you know anything at all about the Mississippi ANG's history with RB-26 Invaders, photos if possible, then those would be the biggest help!

Written on 16-01-2018 by Casey Samnek

I bet this cuts the cabin sound level down. From three bladed straight to five bladed!

Written on 16-01-2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

You had an amazing vantage point. From a building?

Written on 16-01-2018 by Andre Blanchard

Amazing shot

Written on 16-01-2018 by Andre Blanchard

Very nice photo

Written on 16-01-2018 by Andre Blanchard

Great comment Tom. Don't you just love the acronyms! SLOP for heaven's sake...RVSM all sounds great in theory, but 1000feet vertical separation is barely four times the fuselage length of a B773, nicely illustrated in this shot. Even taking into account tail height, esp.on an A380, further cuts the separation down significantly where there is no lateral offset involved. Call me conservative! Better get back to my(paper)Jepp amendments...

Written on 15-01-2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Fantastic colors in this picture. Fantastic job!

Written on 15-01-2018 by Kevin Haiduk

If there was some info it would be good.

Written on 15-01-2018 by Kevin Haiduk

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