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Lockheed EC-130J Hercules (17-0000) - Blue Angels Fat Albert face to face in ground effect. in Limbo. How low can you go?
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Lockheed EC-130J Hercules (17-0000)

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Blue Angels Fat Albert face to face in ground effect. in Limbo. How low can you go?

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Tom Heaverlo
Very cool!
John GiambonePhoto Uploader
Tom, it was a very cool day overall. Got some decent shots. We only had some sun break at the end of the day at the end of the F-18 demo.
STEVEN SMITH
- @John Giambone. I sure hope you ducked. Your photos on FA are always the best. We'd hate to lose you.!
John GiambonePhoto Uploader
@Steven Smith thank you for your kind words!
frank theriault
Great photo!
Phil Caron
I love low pass photos, especially when not configured for landing. You remembered to duck, right?
Keith Brown
Herky Bird! Former crew member, H models though. I would just say it's not an 'EC-130J', the 'E' is for electronic warfare, and as far as I know it's just what we used to call a "slick". Still a capable airplane, since the mid 50s. We also used to call it the "fabulous four-engined fighter" LOL. I pulled a lot of Gs with an A/C that was the squadron commander and our chief navigator that flew together in Vietnam, through the Smoky Mountains! I will always love that airplane!
Eric Strodthoff
That's a killer shot!!
Tom Fox
I can smell the kerosene from here !!!
Gunnar Hanson
John Giambone - this is a great shot! Nice to see you've still got the eye for beautiful aircraft.
firewatch209
Love it!!!
William Goodbread
Fat Albert rocks with the Blue Angels
Parabéns pela linda foto .
John GiambonePhoto Uploader
@Keith Brown ~ Me too - Former C-130 Loadsmasher here!jj #HercProps&Respect to you!
John GiambonePhoto Uploader
@Gunnar Hanson, good hearing from you old friend! Still wrenching down in CVG? #FormerATAAlum props to you!
robert anderson
these things the MOST ! land in my backyard !
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