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Thanks Panam1971!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Draven Pastore

I believe the registration is N76516, not N76515.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Cbro4

Very cool, Doug! And you're welcome.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Greg Byington

You can indirectly post movies by making a comment that has the movies' web addresses.

Written on 20/08/2018 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Thank you to everyone who voted for this shot and/or just viewed it! I have gotten over 2,000 views and just now 50 votes after just 6 days. The funny thing is that I took this in November 2017, and I did not upload it at first because I did not think it was anything that special. I guess it pays to look again!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

It is old (1994) and the owner is SHERWOOD FOREST AVIATION LLC out of Houston. The Rangers got to have something much newer.

Written on 20/08/2018 by chalet

Actually this particular bird is a reconnaissance RF-4B (Recon) with a nose mounted a special camera. This picture was taken when she was probably doing one of its last flights before VMFP-3 was deactivated on July 1, 1990.

Written on 20/08/2018 by chalet

Superb foto Liana!

Written on 20/08/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Nice to meet you too Shabbir.

Written on 20/08/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

I believe we're looking at the A** APU exhaust :)

Written on 20/08/2018 by jobeard

OH how I wish that were MY doc and bird!!

Written on 20/08/2018 by jobeard

Smoke on!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Nate Rasband

Thank you Isaac!

Written on 20/08/2018 by rwb2112

In my humble opinion, the most beautiful combat aircraft ever

Written on 20/08/2018 by Micky ch

Greg, thanks for the complement! From what they announced at the air show this plane flew in the movie Tora! Tora! Tora! And was created from an AT-6 Texan specifically for the movie.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Doug Erickson

Pond Branch Airfield

Written on 20/08/2018 by Bob Cottom

Please do NOT fly on Spirit; it's the worse airline of all times!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Jose Matos

A very nice shot, Doug! And thanks for the extra info, jobeard! I didn't know that only five Zeros were still flying.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Greg Byington

Thank you Guys.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Danny Kahra

I missed the wave from the copilot the first time I looked at your pic, Brian! Nice catch! (Thanks for the tip, Lee!)

Written on 20/08/2018 by Greg Byington

Yes, it looks pretty beat-up.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Harry Ellett

Ignoring all the Skylane references, this is a really great shot, thanks King F Hui

Written on 20/08/2018 by Alan Macdonald

That's a difficult photo - - green on green

Written on 20/08/2018 by jobeard

Commemorative Air Force wing at Camarillo has an operation, restored A6M3 (not a replica).

https://www.cafsocal.com/our-aircrafts/our-aircraft-and-history/mitsubishi-a6m3-zero/

The aircraft was recovered from Babo in New Guinea in 1991, partially restored from several A6M3s in Russia.
This Zero is currently one of only five flyable Zeros in the world.

Written on 20/08/2018 by jobeard

That's not the Ft. Lauderdale that I know.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Jim Myers

thank you Helio!!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Great shot! The colors are fantastic!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Isaac Vogelzang

That plane is really old though...so not expensive anymore

Written on 20/08/2018 by bigkahuna400

It has one of the best aircraft nicknames: Cessna Mixmaster

Written on 20/08/2018 by peteq

Flightaware automatically adds the N in front of the Canadian reg 12405, so it became N12405.

Written on 20/08/2018 by King F Hui

Thank you Dick!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Maria Bruscha

To me the Lightning is the most beautiful WWII plane !!

Written on 20/08/2018 by Andrea Gentilini

Thanks

Written on 20/08/2018 by Uwe Falkenberg

The light on this is absolutely superb, even if I do say so myself!

Written on 20/08/2018 by James Donaldson

Excuse me, that is the Texas Rangers Baseball aircraft. What was I thinking? :)

Written on 20/08/2018 by Harry Ellett

Thanks Fabian!

Written on 20/08/2018 by James Donaldson

On the tail it says "Texas Rangers"; wow, Texas is buying very expensive aircraft for their Texas Rangers.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Harry Ellett

The O-2A was used in the Vietnam War. They were, of course, Forward Air Controller aircraft.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Harry Ellett

OK-AMR Cirrus 22

Written on 20/08/2018 by jan helicozon

Sleek and sexy - great shot, Leland

Written on 20/08/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Nice clean shot

Written on 20/08/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Super shot - beautiful colours

Written on 20/08/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

The wing flex is impressive. Thanks for noticing !

Written on 20/08/2018 by John Marotta

SH-3 Sea King, but in Canada, they are a CH-124

Written on 20/08/2018 by Scot Wattawa

GO NAVY!! Beat Army.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Lee Smith

Love the High 5 from the cockpit. Great shot of all of the landing gear.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Lee Smith

Thanks

Written on 20/08/2018 by Brian Buckley

Cessna Skylane? Uh, no. Try Sikorsky MH-53 Sea Stallion.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

The civilian version was the C-336. This is a military O-2A.

Written on 20/08/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

A long, long, very long plane ! "With 54.5 m, the model 757-300 is the longest single-aisle aircraft ever built" (Wikipedia).

Written on 20/08/2018 by Luc Barbier

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