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I wonder what his Max Payload is? Especially out of a hot and high field like KABQ. Maybe 3,000 pounds?

Written on 24/06/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Super Foto! Danke!

Written on 24/06/2018 by Camryn Brown

Amazing!

Written on 24/06/2018 by Paul Novarese

Thanks for the link.
Interesting aircraft, no?

Written on 23/06/2018 by marylou anderson

Oh look, Swissport!

Written on 23/06/2018 by JAKE YOUNGS

Last photo of this bird in the old livery.

Written on 23/06/2018 by NA AL

This is similar to the Jetstar owned by Elvis Presley in the 1960's!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Lois Hunter

This photo is of P-38L-5-LO 44-53186 N505MH, and is owned by the Collings Foundation based in Stow MA.

https://www.collingsfoundation.org/2015/12/p-38-lightning/

Lefty Gardner's P-38L-5 44-53254 N25Y, is owned by Red Bull in Salzburg Austria and is currently fully restored and flyable in Europe.

https://www.flyingbulls.at/en/fleet/lockheed-p-38-lightning/

Great photo Bob

Written on 23/06/2018 by jim gevay

Fantastic shot sam

Written on 23/06/2018 by Derek Marshall

Thank you all for the kind comments.

Written on 23/06/2018 by mike truman

Yea, the odd-man-out is the Chance Vought F4U Corsair

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Grumman F7 Tiger Cat - - Navy equiv to the P-38, but the F7 was late in development and did not see action until the Korean conflict.

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Early attempts to dampen stall & spins - - see the WiKi

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Good shot of startup 'bletch'

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

North American F-86 Saber Jet

One is hangered at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Believe to be first US commissioned jet. P-80/T-33.

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Common and easy mistake - - this is the Douglas A-26 Invader.
see: http://www.aviation-history.com/douglas/a26.html

The Martin B-26 Marauder had a rounded vertical stabilizer.
see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_B-26_Marauder

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

NO, "White Lightnin'," (P‑38L‑5, SN #44‑53254) was Gardner's having nose number 13.

"Lefty" Gardner's Lockheed P-38 was badly damaged in a tornado in Brekenridge Texas
as it was being finished at Ezell Aviation. Feb,'08

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Hard to be sure - - is the Lefty Gardner's "White Lightning"?

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Yes, F-100f; aka Wild Weasle. The oval scoop is the tell.

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

yet still another non-descript high flying THING - - yawn

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

First time visitor.

Written on 23/06/2018 by Chris lanno

L-1049 Super Connie (wing tip tanks)

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Tri-Tail - - gota be C-69, Constellation

Written on 23/06/2018 by jobeard

Yes, a Convair F-102 on static display at the Evergreen Air and Space Museum in McMinnville, OR. Home of the Spruce Goose.

Written on 23/06/2018 by Ed Ritchey

Una foto preciosa del Concorde, una joya de la aeronáutica.

Written on 23/06/2018 by José Martínez

Only 2 Lancasters left that are flyable. Beautiful shot

Written on 23/06/2018 by Andre Blanchard

That's a Million Dollar shot!....5x. side note, I joined www.helis.com but it'll take me a month to figure out how to post pictures. This would be a good one.

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

A+ Dave.......how in the heck......................................?????

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

5* catch Mark!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Dave Sheehy

B747 is still the most elegant plane that soars in the skies !!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Andrea Gentilini

That's what I thought too Tom, never say never!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Mark Thomas

Thanks so much Tom, she's one of my favourites too!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Mark Thomas

Thanks Marylou, yes it's in the new livery.
Regards.

Written on 23/06/2018 by Brian Wilkes

Greaaaaaaaaaat T-7,,,,!!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

That's another Calendar shot....!! 5x

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

U lucky,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr,,,,add this to the MT calendar! 5x5x5 starts ( sky/jet and smoke( 5 each,

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Too good, now I am jealous and whining like a baby,,,,,(**((&^*%#%^$%^*(&)(*& __but a bad a** shot! 5x MT!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Frickin perfect 777 shot, Calendar cover and Month shot. 5x5= 10 starts

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Good timing - 5x

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Calendar shot x5.

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

I don't think I'll ever see this monster - 5x

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

wow, you caught a MAX - SFO buddies are keeping us posted, though I have a 4.5 hr drive to catch one,,,may have to wait till the SFO show in Sept 2018. 5 MAX stars

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Too cool MT - I've never seen one fly on the circuit! 5*****

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

I'd like to see Gman top this at KRNO!....( looking south Gman) 5 Artistics Stars*****

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Help Mr Wizard! I'm a big T7 fan - this makes the calendar - any year MT!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Awesome photo! 5 Maple Leafs on this photo!

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

I have never seen this before - and for the what, 3-4 flights per day on United Express, it isn't real busy here.....I have no clue why this sign was put here..in fact Mark, you gave me the idea, I think I'll post it to the Redding Municipal Facebook page.......

Written on 23/06/2018 by Tom Vance

Must be a weird feeling, if used to taller gear?

Written on 22/06/2018 by Doug Cook

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