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bjaygarber
why the guys on the wings?????
Alex OhdePhoto Uploader
Pretty sure they're part of the team, and because its easier to ride on a wing than it is to walk :P .
jim gevay
Like Alex said, they're part of the pilots team.
But, as it was done in WWII, they provide guidance for taxiing to the pilot who can't see straight ahead over the nose. Like most taildraggers, they have to S turn while taxiing to see if the taxiway is clear in front of them.
Peter Goldfinch
I agree with Champdriver regards guidance. The guy on the left wing and pilot seem to be distracted while the guy on the right wing seems to be concerned about where the plane is heading (its well left of the centre of the taxi-way). Also, in WW2 the guy on the left would not have his leg hanging in front of the machine gun barrels!
Alex OhdePhoto Uploader
That sounds about right, but neither of them seem to be paying attention?
bjaygarber
ok i understand now. but where was this picture taken at and what were they doing??
Alex OhdePhoto Uploader
This was at the EAA AirVenture 2013 in Oshkosh. The plane just landed, and they were taxi'ing it past the crowd.
bjaygarber
oh i see...
Alex OhdePhoto Uploader
I just noticed this, but is that a GoPro Camera under the Intake?
alex kropf
yes I believe it is.

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