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Looks like it is carry some anti-ship missile on each wing.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Joan Williams

It is so interesting how they got the promotion for the movies. They want to cut their flight attendant and pilot wages, but probably paid a hell of a lot of money to get this done.

But still, if you track the flights, you see a Star Wars x-wing fighter instead of the normal icon. Pretty damn cool!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Great tight shot and sun lighting. We may have similar angles for photos but you get these great old birds to shoot, half your luck.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

AWESOME!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Ken Land

AWESOME!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Ken Land

I flew for Boston and Main Airways from 02-04. That was not one of our tail numbers back then.

Written on 17/01/2020 by chris abrams

Engines seem extra long.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Rick Rodkey

sweet!

Written on 17/01/2020 by mark wilson

Still the Queen of the Skies. So beautiful. Great shot!

Written on 17/01/2020 by frank theriault

Exellent

Written on 17/01/2020 by Anabela Simões

Adoro

Written on 17/01/2020 by Anabela Simões

tÃO BOM E COMO A TERA É REDONDA

Written on 17/01/2020 by Anabela Simões

They train navy pilots using Russian air tactics. It works on the same principle as Red Flag in Los Vegas Nevada for training Air Force pilots using Russian painted aircraft.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Charles Connel

If it's a US NAVY plane, why does it carry the red star of the Russian army?

Written on 17/01/2020 by Micky ch

Thanks

Written on 17/01/2020 by Brian Buckley

Thanks

Written on 17/01/2020 by Brian Buckley

Ditto Robert. That is one fine looking piece of hardware.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Douglas Miles

Loaded for bear

Written on 17/01/2020 by Ross Selvidge

Illinois (script is on nose)

Written on 17/01/2020 by Ross Selvidge

He's gotta be doing at least 50, carrying that bloody great tank on the starboard side....

Written on 17/01/2020 by Bill Butler

I give up. What’s the markings?

Written on 17/01/2020 by earl coombs

So true Robert, back in the mid-late 70s the Continental DC-10 and the Eastern L-1011 were really something to see here at SAT. Flew the 10 to LAX once, it had a section called the pub with a game called 'Pong'. 40 plus years later it's still the highlight of the afternoon!!

Written on 17/01/2020 by rwb2112

Thanks Willie.

Written on 17/01/2020 by rwb2112

Good catch!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Neil Klapthor

Thanks Ken.

Written on 17/01/2020 by rwb2112

It's a CASA CN-235. If you look carefully it is painted at the top of the vertical stab.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Shaun Irvine

Great picture! Which State?

Written on 17/01/2020 by adelma

R.I.P Denis McBriarty.
Your to photo still lives on!!!

Written on 17/01/2020 by daniel jef

Outstanding!

Written on 17/01/2020 by adelma

@ imonroe: observation deck and a Sony Alpha 7M3 with SEL70300G

Written on 17/01/2020 by aander878

They’ve gotten better but they haven’t gotten any prettier!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Robert Burnston

Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy, SOFIA
A significant rebuild from the original SP...
A unique aircraft with a unique job.

Written on 17/01/2020 by skylab72

nice photo

Written on 17/01/2020 by john manoulian

Life will never be the same without the 747.
My grandson and I enjoyed watching them take off and come in from my back yard ,near Detroit Metro International Airport .
We were in the flight path .

Written on 17/01/2020 by john manoulian

Speed limit is in the other direction ;)

Written on 17/01/2020 by Keimpe Bleeker

a long time favorite.

Written on 17/01/2020 by JAMES GLENN

Reverse and spoiler, obviously landing.
Big braking in sight !

Written on 17/01/2020 by patatwin

Such an amazing plane. I flew on one when I was young, and was blown away with how HUGE it was. I had only been on DC-9's and an occasional 727, and this was HUGE. Plenty of large restrooms. (I was a kid, restrooms were important. Now that I've gotten older, they are again)

Written on 17/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Whate settings were you useing

Written on 17/01/2020 by Harvey Parsons

Great Capture Ron.....

Written on 17/01/2020 by ken kemper

Might be a good time to duck!!!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Jack Alexander

Great shot! Would love to see the interior! NASA's website has a picture with the door open: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/SOFIA/overview/index.html

Written on 17/01/2020 by Karl Jackson

This is the second time RNO has been visited by this ASA special paint.

Written on 17/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

And what was the photographer sitting in? A 380 or a rooftop with a long lens?

Written on 17/01/2020 by jmonroe

Yes, but only until the AOA was replaced.

https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2019/april/22/faa-grounds-cirrus-vision-jets

Written on 17/01/2020 by Robert Cowling

Here Here!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Toby Sharp

Splendid Photo for the Week's Best.

Written on 17/01/2020 by ken kemper

Great catch!

Written on 17/01/2020 by Pablo Rogina

Awesome Shot!

Written on 17/01/2020 by John Giambone

O.K., French Air Force. But, what is it?

Written on 17/01/2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

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