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Interesting aircraft. From the side it looks a bit like a British Vampire jet.

Written on 21/06/2018 by Alan Brown

Nice shot - interesting livery

Written on 21/06/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Great shot !

Written on 21/06/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Nice artwork

Written on 21/06/2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

What't a coooool!! Thanks.

Written on 21/06/2018 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

Thank you fantastic photo any time. ARIGATOU!

Written on 21/06/2018 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

Thanks Greg

Written on 21/06/2018 by Brian Buckley

Army colors :)

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

See lots of this at Juno AK also :)

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Get to Vancouver, BC to get a ride about the harbor - - what a kick!

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Bush plane of choice - - STILL TODAY!

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

The -B was made in Inglewood, CA while -C was built in Dallas, TX. They are identical.

The P51-D had 6 50-cals wing mounted while the B/C had only 4

The 332nd Fighter Group; "Red Tails" was coined.
The red markings that distinguished the Tuskegee Airmen included red bands on the noses of P-51s as well as a red rudder; the P-51B and D Mustangs flew with similar color schemes, with red propeller spinners, yellow wing bands and all-red tail surfaces

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Misclassified: This is the North American F86 Saber Jet, not Candair C:-13

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

yawn

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

You always have lots of really nice shots, Brian, but I like this one A LOT!

Written on 21/06/2018 by Greg Byington

Features Vectored Thrust and seen as the replacement for the AV-8b Harrier

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Nice shot with mountain background

Written on 21/06/2018 by marylou anderson

overhead a lot here--PGH, Pa
Home to the 171st Refueling Wing of the PA Air Guard
See this baby is From TN

Written on 21/06/2018 by marylou anderson

really nice shot!

Written on 21/06/2018 by marylou anderson

very thoughtful composition!

Written on 21/06/2018 by marylou anderson

lovely!

Written on 21/06/2018 by marylou anderson

Thanks John!

Written on 21/06/2018 by Mark Thomas

One of the Nicest Special Colour in Europe!

Written on 21/06/2018 by Sybille Petersen

bet that was a hard landing...

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Planes of Fame, Chino, CA

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Sorry, but these are a dime-a-dozen and not very interesting IMO

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Sadly, she's out of service AND forsale

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

These were used for airferry service from Long Beach, CA to Avalon Harbor, CA. What a kick to see the Base turn for Final and the floop into the bay. One or two flipped on takeoff. Service was suspended due to high maintenance costs.

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Now out of service AND forsale

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Jim Smith:- it's the 17; see the three fences on the wing, the 15 only had two

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

In Sourthern CA, we lease two of these for fire fighting.

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Sorry Andrew - - that's an FA-18; tilted rudders are the give-away.

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

Grummand A6-B Prowler -- the rade-dome on the tail and the second glass behind the cockpit are the 'tells'

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

She's hangered at the Chino Planes of Fame museum - - you can buy are ride too.
Sadly this site doesn't support MOV files as I have a short clip of a roll-out.

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

ME 262 on display at Colindale Museum, London NW9 5, UK

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

The Columbine II became the first Air Force One due to a near miss with Eisenhower on board

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

The Spruce Goose (Hughes H-4) had 8 engines - - see the WiKi -- 8 × Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major radial engines, 3,000 hp (2,640 kW) each

My dad was in Long Beach, CA the day Howard did a "high speed taxi run" in the harbor. Of course it tookoff - - the only flight of the H-4

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

" brave crews who died by the hundreds"
1/3 of all B17s were lost; from 17,000 produced, that's 5,666 planes and with a crew of 10 ---

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

At the Chino Planes of Fame museum, one can by a ride in a P-40 or a P-38 !!

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

shoe? If it's a 9D I'll take any one of them :grin:

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

from left to right: P-40 Warhawk, F4U Corsair, P-51d and Supermarine Spitfire

Written on 21/06/2018 by jobeard

I knew it! There is airline service to the Moon!

Written on 21/06/2018 by chinaninearea51

Very nice Mark...like the creative shot

Written on 21/06/2018 by John McArthur

Good point Paul, it does look it.

Written on 21/06/2018 by Lewis Tripp

Nice shot. Interesting how the paint job makes the plane look "fat."

Written on 21/06/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Dassault lists the max range of this bird with six passengers as 4500nm. He was just about nibbling at his divert fuel when he landed.

Written on 21/06/2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Amazing shot!!

Written on 21/06/2018 by Kenny Schulte

Thanks Tom!

Written on 21/06/2018 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Nice pic but the delivery flight is from PVG to YVR not SIN.

Written on 20/06/2018 by tianqi yao

cool shot...I have video back in 1999 on the same area....so cool and they let people stand here and watch!

Written on 20/06/2018 by Tom Vance

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