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super WOW

Written on 16/10/2018 by sylvain michaud

Thanks everyone! Very fortunate to be in the right spot at the right time to capture this lovely aircraft!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Garrett Heller

Yoshihiro Oshita - You are very welcome!

Written on 16/10/2018 by cliff731

Home field for this A6M is Camarillo, KCMA

Written on 16/10/2018 by jobeard

cool/nice one

Written on 16/10/2018 by sylvain michaud

Wow ...#1

Written on 16/10/2018 by sylvain michaud

nice pic ...A++

Written on 16/10/2018 by sylvain michaud

Alien ... Yep, in Auburn adjacent to 80 along Lincoln Way by Canyon View. KAUB is on the other side of 80 not too far from here. I clicked this shot of it during a previous road trip a few months ago. It was here again yesterday when we were returning from last week's trip.

Written on 16/10/2018 by Gary Schenauer

We caught this one a few days ago during our six day road trip after completing our visit to Lemoore Naval Air Station (KNLC).

Written on 16/10/2018 by Gary Schenauer

Didn't see this pic until after I commented on your other shot - it was labeled "C" as well. Both pics are great!

Written on 16/10/2018 by dingo65

Maybe LF tail code - Luke AFB - F-35A? Awesome shot!!!

Written on 16/10/2018 by dingo65

Very cool 👍

Written on 16/10/2018 by Harvey Parsons

cliff731 Thank you for telling me the precious page. I will use page registration and utilize immediately. Let's wait for the day flightaware will synchronize the data.

Written on 16/10/2018 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Very nice!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Harvey Parsons

ALL B2's are stationed at Whiteman AFB -- just think of the logistics of deploying these into the Middle East. WOW!

Written on 16/10/2018 by jobeard

Norman Gurney - to answer your questions...

1) The Sherdils (English translation is "Lion Hearts")
2) Pakistan Air Force
3) K-8P Karakorum aircraft (based on the Hongdu JL-8)

Written on 16/10/2018 by cliff731

What team and country and type of aircraft?

Written on 16/10/2018 by Norman Gurney

Tom Vance - You are very welcome! Night ops is the primary reason I've always heard and read for this U.S.A.F. livery of overall black with red insignia/markings.

Written on 16/10/2018 by cliff731

Yoshihiro Oshita - KC2 is the ICAO code for the Kawasaki C-2. Flight Aware uses the ICAO aircraft codes as designated by the International Civil Aviation Organization to identify distinct aircraft types. It is entered without any spacing between the characters.

It is possible that Flight Aware has not entered the KC2 code yet into their database.

Here is a website link to these ICAO aircraft codes -

https://www.icao.int/publications/DOC8643/Pages/Search.aspx

Written on 16/10/2018 by cliff731

Nice!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Kobe Hunte

Awesome pic!!! 5 *

Written on 16/10/2018 by Kobe Hunte

WOW ! - Neat shot

Written on 16/10/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Strange looking bird, but definitely has the Antonov style wings. Neat shot !

Written on 16/10/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Cambridge Airport

Written on 16/10/2018 by Corrado Watney

thanks
yep

Written on 16/10/2018 by Corrado Watney

Where was it?

Written on 16/10/2018 by Harvey Parsons

is this on/adjacent to I-80 up the hill from Sacramento?

Written on 16/10/2018 by Tom Vance

nice capture Gman. That is a big risk in wx like this..... Cliff731......Finally, someone with a the correct answer, I never knew why some Military planes were all black and had red lettering. Thanks for the info!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Tom Vance

Great photo, the colors and plane show very well. Thanks for the notes in caption - I've never seen this, but will be doing some research! A+ Gman!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Tom Vance

Just stunning photography and color depth is awesome Gman! Thanks for the tributes to the 4 Blue Angels.A+ G-man!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Tom Vance

Thanks "Architect".....I'll be posting a 'side by side' shot soon. I might as well call this SFO-SJC King of the aircraft viewing blockers...

Written on 16/10/2018 by Tom Vance

jobeard Hello. By the way, do you know the code of Kawasaki C - 2?

Written on 16/10/2018 by Yoshihiro Oshita

cliff731 Thank you for pointing out. I tried entering the code KC 2, but KC 2 seems to be incorrect. What is the correct code ....

Written on 16/10/2018 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Paul Wisgerhof Thank you for pointing out. However, this type 88-1208 is Kawasaki's formal name is C-2. It was written as Grumman C - 2 Greyhound by setting the model type to C - 2 when posting a photo.

Written on 16/10/2018 by Yoshihiro Oshita

Egyptian military markings.

Written on 16/10/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Leon - this bird will be landing at ORTIA tomorrow morning (Wednesday 17th) scheduled at around 9am. Go take a few snaps !!

Written on 16/10/2018 by Viv Pike

Thank you for a great photo of a great aircraft.

Written on 16/10/2018 by Leon Kay

nice pic Greg!!
have seen only one Mustang with my ow eyes.
It was in Polk City in 2011.
It was at " Fantasy of Flight"!!

Written on 15/10/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Thank you DD. I remember !

Written on 15/10/2018 by John Marotta

Awesome pic! Very clear and good timing.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Tyler Emtage

Nice one! Shows the length of the B757-300.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Tyler Emtage

Very cool livery and a good shot too :)

Written on 15/10/2018 by bigkahuna400

@Conrad that’s correct.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Fletcher Moar

Nice lighting John! I remember working these birds - amazing experience.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Darryl Sarno

C310

Written on 15/10/2018 by Todd Skoro

Craig Weis, this was most likely caused by an engine failure or some other issue that rendered the aircraft unfliable. The Ballistic Recovery System has been deployed, if you look at the wind screen you can see one of the parachute risers and below the model titles there is a peeled back cover that concealed another riser. As far as the landing goes, once the BRS is deployed you are at the mercy of the wind.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Todd Royer

Thanks! And I didn't do any post processing on the shot except to crop it a little bit. That's the way it actually looked.

Written on 15/10/2018 by Greg Byington

The WiKi matches Oshita' description
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kawasaki_C-2

Written on 15/10/2018 by jobeard

I believe the Meteor looks far more like
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloster_Meteor

Written on 15/10/2018 by jobeard

Thank you Leon !

Written on 15/10/2018 by John Marotta

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