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The Wiki says otherwise :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northrop_Grumman_EA-6B_Prowler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_EA-18G_Growler

Written on 19/05/2019 by a mentor

If only KSBN was served by "Speedbird".....

Written on 19/05/2019 by C.W. Reed

I myself forgot that the "friend ship" livery was early 1970's. Gary S. has a LOT of knowledge! Cheers!!

Written on 19/05/2019 by C.W. Reed

Joe:

This and the Alaska photos are great. Where did you spot from? I took this same plane yesterday on final from the north and will be posting yesterday's outing soon. This angle can be achieved from Ft. Mifflin and Governor Printz Park but to hit that terrific sun angle boggles me.

Written on 19/05/2019 by warmwynds

HFF's DC-3 was delivered in 1944 as a C-47B from the Douglas plant at Long Beach, CA.
During WW II, she served in Asia flying supplies over the Himalayas (The Hump) to the Chinese.

Written on 19/05/2019 by Hans Toorens

A mentor... The A-6A A-6B and A-6E were prowler. The EA-6A EA-6B werr growler.

Written on 19/05/2019 by sam kuminecz

太田 知明さんコメント有難うございました。冬でも一番寒い厳冬期だったので大気が澄んでいて、雪の白色と機体の赤色がより鮮明に見えたのかもしれません。

Written on 19/05/2019 by katumasa tanaka

Nice!

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Nice!!

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

VERY Nice Photo! Five Stars! Also Congrats Because This Photo Has Over 174,000 Views!

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

This Photo Is The Best Osprey Photo Out There! Five Stars, NOWHERE Near My Skills, But Someday I'll Get There...

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

nice

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

cool

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

WOW! A Forest Fire???!!! Insane! : O

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

@Gary Schenauer thanks for correcting me, it looked so similar i forgot about the Stars... my bad :D

Written on 19/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Check out watermark @FOX-3 PHOTOGRAPHY
Great shot though ... either military or press photographer

Written on 19/05/2019 by Peter West

Brian Wilkes... there happens to be a copyright watermark in the lower left margin of this photo!

Written on 19/05/2019 by cliff731

Having been a Breast Cancer survivor myself, I can't thank you enough for not only your caring for all of us who have fought this fight but also your commitment to help us win the war for future generations of both women and men so they won't have to. May God Bless all of you in the Delta Family! Sincerely, Linda R. Forman

Written on 19/05/2019 by Linda Forman

Yeah I'm the same very skeptical

Written on 19/05/2019 by Brian Wilkes

Corvus oil injected into the exhaust.

Written on 19/05/2019 by av8rdav

This one has some history according to Joe Baugher's information...

"42-108934/108993 Douglas C-47A-25-DK Skytrain"

"108983 (MSN 13678) to USAAF Jun 21, 1944. Ninth Air Force 23Jul44. 438th Troop Carrier Group, Ninth Air Force, Prosnes (A-79), Reims, France Feb45. Transported paratroopers of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 17th Airborne Division to a drop zone at the southern edge of the Diersfordt, three mile northwest of Wesel, Germany on Operation ‘Varsity’ 24Mar45. Returned to USA Aug 5, 1945. To RFC Oct 22, 1945 NC88824(.) TWA "328" 26Nov45. Beldex Corp 16Jan52. Atlantic Avn Svce, DE US Dec53. Westinghouse Electric Corp N272R. Central American Airways Flying Service Louisville, KY Jul65. Atlantic Aviation Service, DE US 1971. Central American Airways Flying Service Apr77. current 2011".

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1942_5.html

Written on 19/05/2019 by cliff731

WOW

Written on 19/05/2019 by ZHHHairport

Chalet - "senior officers above colonel level and equivalent at all services never fly fighter jets" I don't know about such a rule. Take for example Col. Robin Olds and Operation Bolo a few years back. Another would be BGen Frank J. Collins who flew F-4's until his retirement.

Written on 19/05/2019 by Gene Pardee

Whats that other trail by the Horziontal Stabilizer


*I swear if someone says its a Chemtrail i will explode* :D

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Nice close-up! Raw power - pretty airplane!!

Written on 18/05/2019 by adelma

Nice!

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

This was also listed as a QF-4G

Written on 18/05/2019 by Doug Zalud

Also, this is not UA's "Friendship" livery. Three obvious clues. 1) The "Friendship" livery was similar; however, it featured four stars on the tail and four stars on the fuselage by the UNITED title. 2) This pic is identified as being taken in the 60s. The Friendship livery appeared in the 70s. 3) No UA 100 series 727 ever wore the Friendship livery.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Gary Schenauer

nice

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Nice!

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

山と機体の赤が映えますね。

Written on 18/05/2019 by 太田 知明

@C.W. Reed, Thanks for the correction! i cant ever tell the different between the -100 and -200, more classic shots on the way!

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

The call sign of this Super Bug was "Hobo Two." "Hobo One" had departed about ten seconds earlier.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Actually, this is an early 727-100. In my opinion, better looking than the 200! Cheers!!

Written on 18/05/2019 by C.W. Reed

Sorry about the lack of info. I put the basic information into the system when I uploaded the photos, but I guess that doesn't make it to the web page.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Mike LaChance

Quite the approach to vertical takeoff angle! Wow.

Written on 18/05/2019 by BigAlOutWest

NICE

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

NICE! :)

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

More from the PASM website:

Specifications

Wingspan: 174 ft 2 in
Length: 130 ft
Height: 48 ft 4 in
Weight: 194,500 lbs (loaded)
Max. Speed: 271 mph
Service Ceiling: 18,400 ft
Range: 4,030 miles
Engines: 4 Pratt& Whitney R-4360-63A radials, 3,800 horsepower each
Crew: 8, passengers 20

Written on 18/05/2019 by Greg Byington

I would give that plane pic five stars if it was a shot from behind, parked, in a snowstorm. I understand there are bigger, better, faster, and certainly more effective aircraft today. It's just something about this bird. You all have a good evening.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Don Lynch

Jay, if you go to the photo and enter AT50 as the plane type it will classify the photo as an Air Tractor. Hope this helps you. Nice Picture!

Written on 18/05/2019 by John Carpenter

Nice!

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

nice

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

LOL, nice photo! :D

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Nice

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Cool

Written on 18/05/2019 by Chris Partin

Antonov AN-2

Written on 18/05/2019 by Alejandro Diaz

did you take these pictures?

Written on 18/05/2019 by Kobe Hunte

Obviously, this is NOT the Learjet. LOL .
I don't know how FlightAware got that from the registration.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Jay Powell

Obviously, this is NOT the Learjet. LOL .
I don't know how FlightAware got that from the registration.

Written on 18/05/2019 by Jay Powell

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