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Gary... I'm very glad to see that you made it "back home" for a visit!!! :-)

Written on 22/08/2019 by cliff731

Frankly, a beautiful DC-3 but I don't like the spinners, however they go nicely on the DC-6B and DC-7B and C

Written on 22/08/2019 by chalet

Sorry for the loss, Thankful nobody injured!

Written on 22/08/2019 by jim garrity

Needs updated picture. Tail number belongs to a cirrus jet.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Timothy Burzynski

A fantastic capture!! A NASA bird AND a DC-8. As always, the pic is *****+ and then add in the fact it is a DC-8 (another 5) and a NASA bird (5 more). Ultra exceptional, Colin.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

N170SK - 1979 CESSNA 172N Nice looking A/C, nice pic
Over 40 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

1979 N6636L Beech Duchess BE76
Over 40 yrs and lookin’ good!! Nice looking A/C, nice pic

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

this 1 ditched into the ocean Date: 20-AUG-19
according to Kathryn's Report

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Hundo and Alien >> TY for the comments and the info about Orville. (Wave)

Written on 22/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Cliff & T .... Thank you, guys. Very much appreciated.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Greg and Alien ... TYVM, guys. (Smile and two Thumbs Up)

Written on 22/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Most sincere Thanx to Ms. H., Todd, Dan, and Kim for making this extraordinary evening possible.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Gary Schenauer

N6833C - 1965 PIPER PA-28-180
Over 54 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

N15SJ - 1944? S/N 44-476717 Douglas DC-3C (C-47B)
Not much history at: https://aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=76429
and at:https://americanairpowermuseum.com/2014/01/01/douglas-c-47-skytrain-dakota/

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=27314
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ historical birds flying

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Some history at: http://aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=197047

Written on 22/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Great Shot Quentin!

Written on 22/08/2019 by John Giambone

Very nice!

Written on 22/08/2019 by Adam Ferneyhough

We were the first owners of this plane!! Glad its still in the air!!

Written on 22/08/2019 by Jim Olson

Bought this plane brand new! Glad its still around!

Written on 22/08/2019 by Jim Olson

This is a photo I took when I was at RJOO, Osaka International Airport to see a friend of mine fly over to US. At the time, Osaka International Airport was a true and the only international airport in Osaka. Today, RJOO handles domestic flights only, while it retains its original name with "International".

Written on 22/08/2019 by flyingdeer

Awesome Photo Sean................

perfection

Written on 22/08/2019 by ken kemper

But...….? :(

Written on 22/08/2019 by Tom Vance

I just saw the BUF pics -too cool.... love that 757 turning off the main...

Written on 22/08/2019 by Tom Vance

5 Buffalo nickelstars - and yes to echo Cliff731 thank you your service Gman! This is a cool photo because it could also be a Postcard with proper lettering and cropping.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Tom Vance

5 early birds* that is a great looking photog location...

Written on 22/08/2019 by Tom Vance

A+ and notes Gman(5*) reminds me of my same angle - SJC 30L days filming these on take off.

Written on 22/08/2019 by Tom Vance

I remember watching these fighters vertical T/O and land at Belize City. One just sat on the runway while a passenger jet was on short final. PAX jet had to go around at the last moment. Thanks for sharing, Leslie

Written on 22/08/2019 by Lonnie Penner

Jesse Kyzer ... Fuzz might refer to "fuselage"

Written on 22/08/2019 by Viv Pike

Ex-TWA. Wasn't painted in new AA livery. Will probably be in the desert soon. Crisp photo though. Like that the main gear doors are just about to close.

Written on 21/08/2019 by hardworker7

I think its CF-BJD

Written on 21/08/2019 by Clayton Arnot

#BEARFORCEONE!

In the Carribean too. LOL!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Clayton Arnot

#Bearforceone!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Clayton Arnot

N7030J - (1999 Robinson R44 C/N 0565)

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

I like it!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Greg Byington

Amazing! Good job!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Daniel Hunt

jesse kyzer - the silver airplane with the yellow & black checkerboard tail? That one is not a Swift. It appears to be Van's RV-6 aircraft.

Written on 21/08/2019 by cliff731

Thanks Andrew!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Shabbir Bashar

hmm; never seen a 4-place :)

Written on 21/08/2019 by a mentor

"I love it"Beautiful"As well as formidable!!"

Written on 21/08/2019 by Jose Lauzardo

N2268F (1966 Cessna 310L)
Over 53 yrs and lookin’ good!!
(how about the swift in background?)

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

(41-30669) ''Tondelayo''(wHITE CARGO). -. 1944 - North American B-25H MITCHELL
Some history at: https://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/b-25/41-30669.html
tHIS pic is a repaint owned by Collings Foundation

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

yes, Chris, maybe one of the mega aero companies will bring it back like LoPresti Swift Fury did with the swift

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

fuzz? what's fuzz

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

just what it is registered as, and
didn't list mods afterward

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

long ez 2 pl tandem
cozy 4 pl

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Amazing Photo!

Written on 21/08/2019 by Andrew Hathaway

Thanks for the update :)

Written on 21/08/2019 by a mentor

Constructed as a 1941?C-47-DL Serial: 41-38644by Douglas at Long Beach, California
Some history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=68883
Ex Reeve Aleutian Airways, Bob Reeve of Reeve Aleutian Airways picked this aircraft up surplus from the Army Air Corp in 1946. It flew with the company for 27 years before it was sold to Northern Air Cargo.
Haven't found any mil history yet

Written on 21/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Mike Prendergast is correct, this photo is an A-7 Corsair.
The A-7 has the refueling probe on the right side of the fuselage and even when it's retracted it's still semi-exposed or visible.
The A-7 Corsair does not have a variable-incidence wing for take offs and landings and is sub-sonic.

The Vought F-8 Crusader does have the variable-incidence wing, and the refueling probe is on the left side of the fuselage and is completely covered when not in use. It is also supersonic and is about 8' longer than the A-7.

Written on 21/08/2019 by jim gevay

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