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Nice photo of a great aircraft. It's a pity that they are starting to be phased out already.

Written on 2018/06/22 by Leon Kay

oh?

Written on 2018/06/22 by Tim Parker

Flag reversed ??
This is the flag on the right side of the vertical stabilizer...
Have a look on internet on the left side of the plane... the flag looks on the right way.

Now imagine that the flag is at the top of a mast with the wind coming from the cockpit towards the rear of the plane : both are in the right way!

Written on 2018/06/22 by Luc Barbier

Leon, the reason the flag looks reversed is because it is om the right side of the aircraft. The star field is situated like it is on a flagpole with the flag flying in the wind.

Written on 2018/06/22 by mikepro0517

Oh yes : Lockheed C-130 Hercules (16-6765)...
See : https://flightaware.com/photos/view/563408-9482fc06e3118cb516ed2b391a36f990b8fe1c5f

Written on 2018/06/22 by Luc Barbier

So sleek and clean!!

Written on 2018/06/22 by Kilrah

Awesome smoky landing!!

Written on 2018/06/22 by Kilrah

Nice photo. How come the USA flag is reversed on this aircraft?

Written on 2018/06/22 by Leon Kay

Is this Airforce 1?

Written on 2018/06/22 by A.Levent Bekdik

Very heavy landing, nice shot, thanks for sharing

Written on 2018/06/22 by A.Levent Bekdik

Thanks for a good photo. It looks very nice, but as a South African we would not appreciate that weather.

Written on 2018/06/22 by Leon Kay

Oooh look, Tim Clark! Cathay Pacific have done away with windows already … whoops, no, it's just their cargo freighter. My mistake! :)

Written on 2018/06/22 by Alan Hume

Absolutely dwarfing the QantasLink Dash 8-300 taxiing nearby at Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport. That shadow would have really put the wind up the pilots of the Dash 8!

Written on 2018/06/22 by Alan Hume

Ironic that Air France should still be flying Boeings. Ou est l'Airbus?

Written on 2018/06/22 by Alan Hume

This is not a -200, it is a 747-48E. Originally ordered by Asiana Airlines.

Written on 2018/06/22 by shanecouch

MY driveway only equals the first directional arrow at the end of the runway.

Written on 2018/06/22 by Loren Wood

Or Objctive To Serve The Humanity

Written on 2018/06/22 by karim sardar farooq

stunning shot!

Written on 2018/06/22 by Anthony Kernich

WORLD HUMAN RIGHTS ORGNIZATION CHAIRMAN SARDAR FAROOQ KARIM, Or Objctive To Serve The Humanity

Written on 2018/06/22 by karim sardar farooq

N420KA serial #13 was the first HA-420 delivered in North America if not the world?

Written on 2018/06/21 by biscayne738

Thanks Aaron!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Garrett Heller

Hay MT - here is a picture from my FLICKr page. https://www.flickr.com/photos/alien1123/40421777355/

Written on 2018/06/21 by Tom Vance

Awesome picture! This is a cool shot!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Aaron Kunz

Andrew was referring to the GE F414 engines in the F/A-18 Super Hornet

Written on 2018/06/21 by Todd Royer

5* shot! Great composition and nice background!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Isaac Vogelzang

I think this photo may be from the internet somewhere based on the fine black line on the bottom of the photo and the pixelated quality.

Written on 2018/06/21 by Isaac Vogelzang

This photo is was not taken at Granby Airport in Colorado.

Written on 2018/06/21 by Isaac Vogelzang

Thanks Dick!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Garrett Heller

Saw this plane flying in and out of KBFI today. Nice plane Mark! It's the first one I've seen...maybe next time you visit your depart/approach will take you over North Mercer Island and I'll see if I can get a good shot for you. ;)

Written on 2018/06/21 by YawString

Interesting aircraft. From the side it looks a bit like a British Vampire jet.

Written on 2018/06/21 by Alan Brown

Nice shot - interesting livery

Written on 2018/06/21 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Great shot !

Written on 2018/06/21 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Nice artwork

Written on 2018/06/21 by Dick Nieuwendyk

What't a coooool!! Thanks.

Written on 2018/06/21 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

Thank you fantastic photo any time. ARIGATOU!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

Thanks Greg

Written on 2018/06/21 by Brian Buckley

Army colors :)

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

See lots of this at Juno AK also :)

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

Get to Vancouver, BC to get a ride about the harbor - - what a kick!

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

Bush plane of choice - - STILL TODAY!

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

The -B was made in Inglewood, CA while -C was built in Dallas, TX. They are identical.

The P51-D had 6 50-cals wing mounted while the B/C had only 4

The 332nd Fighter Group; "Red Tails" was coined.
The red markings that distinguished the Tuskegee Airmen included red bands on the noses of P-51s as well as a red rudder; the P-51B and D Mustangs flew with similar color schemes, with red propeller spinners, yellow wing bands and all-red tail surfaces

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

Misclassified: This is the North American F86 Saber Jet, not Candair C:-13

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

yawn

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

You always have lots of really nice shots, Brian, but I like this one A LOT!

Written on 2018/06/21 by Greg Byington

Features Vectored Thrust and seen as the replacement for the AV-8b Harrier

Written on 2018/06/21 by jobeard

Nice shot with mountain background

Written on 2018/06/21 by marylou anderson

overhead a lot here--PGH, Pa
Home to the 171st Refueling Wing of the PA Air Guard
See this baby is From TN

Written on 2018/06/21 by marylou anderson

really nice shot!

Written on 2018/06/21 by marylou anderson

very thoughtful composition!

Written on 2018/06/21 by marylou anderson

lovely!

Written on 2018/06/21 by marylou anderson

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