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I miss those -200 engines.... so loud! ;)

Written on 21/04/2017 by japanjeff

Great time lapse!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Kevin Haiduk

Nacelle is Ku-band antenna for in-flight internet access via cabin wifi. Just used it on a PHL-DEN r/t and works well.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Gilbert Marquez

Excellent!

Written on 21/04/2017 by William Baldwin

Was this taken in Bossier?

Written on 21/04/2017 by Austin Deppe

Thanks John

Written on 21/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Nice composition!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Kerry Ahearn

Pretty! Awesome!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Lorraine Taylor

My favorite. Please share more :)

Written on 21/04/2017 by Lorraine Taylor

A tired old tanker.......if it weren't for forest fires, Neptune would be not be in business. If it were not for the military, companies like Neptune would not be in business because they would not have airplanes to fly.
I flew for Neptune for 5 years, seasonal pilot. Those P2's are maintenance hogs. On average they have 30,000+ plus hours, and the R 3350's are hard to find parts for.

Nice photo!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Richard Ashley

Neptune Air Service........I used to fly for them, then went to Aero Union and flew P-3's until the Forest Service shut them down.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Richard Ashley

Curious what the nacelle on top is for. Not a universal feature of 737s.

Written on 21/04/2017 by creed erickson

beautiful

Written on 21/04/2017 by arch bradbury

Really great shot.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Bart Steger

The a/c i qualified on was CF-DEN now in a museum in Ottawa a wonderfull forgiving bird we had to do spins in when i flew (long time ago)

Written on 21/04/2017 by arch bradbury

Excellent image!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Marcelo Fuentes

I saw a similar older version helicopter to this CH-54, pick up my shot down under fire Huey UH-1D gunship in I Corp South Vietnam in February 1968. We needed to provide small arms cover until it finished and we all was able to return to are base at Camp Evans

Written on 21/04/2017 by brian dubey

Awesome photo!!!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Sirsparksalot

Make that "Truculent Turtle". The P2V-5F had R-3350-32W engines rated at 3500 HP... Augmented by two J34 jets rated at 3250 lbs of thrust. They both used a common fuel system which was 115/145 Avgas. An explosive combination...

Written on 21/04/2017 by Tom McIntyre

This is really quite a lovely shot, and it's somewhat the discordancy at work here, this massive machine transposed over to the most sylvan and bucolic scene. It's wonderful juxtaposition. Gorgeous shot!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Edward Dougherty

Perfection.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Mark Albrecht

Very nice Mark

Written on 21/04/2017 by John Marotta

Rafael

now I am using a Nikon D610 with a Sigma 120-300 2.8. Older body was a D310S and a 70-200 Nikkor 2.8. Thank you for the kind words.

Thank you Dave also for the kind words.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Scot Wattawa

PostCard perfect. What type of camera ,lens and settings. If you don't mind.

Thanks ,John M

Written on 21/04/2017 by john manoulian

Perfect shot. Beautiful

Written on 21/04/2017 by Jeffrey Brooks

Great shot, this is like the 747 ,Its unique third engine ,makes it stand out when in flight.
Keep Diggind,and please post.

Thanks ,John M

Written on 21/04/2017 by john manoulian

I wish I looked that good naked.LOL

Written on 21/04/2017 by john manoulian

Thanks John!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Peter Scharkowski

The best

Written on 21/04/2017 by Fred Audeh

Didn't this one have 4360's!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Lucius Gravely

Love these Cessnas.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Nancy Lesnick-Peace

A 400 M, N'est-ce pas? Very troubled history before reaching operational readiness.

Written on 21/04/2017 by John Hoag

Marvelous. Arresting.

Written on 21/04/2017 by NitwitMN

Phenomenal Picture............

Congratulations on a fine capture.....

Written on 21/04/2017 by ken kemper

all in their 20's - 8th of June 44'
Thank you for posting

Written on 21/04/2017 by 96flstc

Bad *ss photo!!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Tom Vance

fantastic!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Adam Yavner

Still a great shape for an airplane, I love tip tanks! Great shot.

Written on 21/04/2017 by Sidney Smith

April 21st 2017 has arrived for the Alien at RDD!!

same plane, same bat channel!

Written on 21/04/2017 by Tom Vance

Gman...get one of the little reel spinners where you can view your film by twisting the handles back and forth, I've picked one up at a thrift shop for 5.00. You should be able to find one,
Alien

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kaimar-Viscount-d-845-MOVIE-FILM-EDITOR-VIEWER-SUPER-REGULAR-SINGLE-8mm-in-BOX-/332186173832?hash=item4d57d6c188:g:Sx8AAOSwTM5Y7kdD

Written on 21/04/2017 by Tom Vance

Outstanding photo!!

Written on 21/04/2017 by LarryStock

I flew the Navy's last operational mission in this beast. Strong airplane but a true "Truckulent Turtle".....

Written on 21/04/2017 by Tom McIntyre

Technically, that's an S-64E.

Written on 21/04/2017 by wylann

Nice shot but this is a 777-300ER not just a -300. So make it a 77W

Written on 21/04/2017 by Joy Carpenter

What is that in the background?

Written on 21/04/2017 by Victor Engel

Go ahead and put your lame 1 in now!

Written on 21/04/2017 by warmwynds

Thank you Dave !

Written on 21/04/2017 by John Marotta

Amazing patience - beautiful result!

Written on 21/04/2017 by dodonfred

I logged in just so I could give this photo a "5". Beautiful coloring, composition and capture of the wing vortices.

Written on 21/04/2017 by David Underwood

Two underwing hardpoints. If the trailing edge flaps are extended beyond 26 degrees, then the spoilerons are active for enhanced lateral control...

Written on 21/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

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