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Ol' smoky!

Written on 25/03/2019 by James Driskell

Must have been a bear to paint it....guess no one would notice if you were off by a few dots...(unless they actually count them prior to delivery!)

Written on 25/03/2019 by bigkahuna400

Quite mooving!

Written on 25/03/2019 by Gary Doggett

Sounds like HARS will be on my aviation list of places to go! Thanks Michael and Rick for the pic! Cheers from Indiana!

Written on 25/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Should be 169590 DC-03 of VMFA-122

Written on 25/03/2019 by Alan Macdonald

How NOT to paint a plane

Written on 25/03/2019 by Alan Macdonald

Not many amphibious Catalinas around now and this one looks good but will look better with a restoration.I am a member of HARS museum in Australia and we have both an amphibious Consolidated PBY-6A Catalina and a restored C121 Military version of a Lockheed Super Constellation.Both airworthy aircraft and also beautiful aircraft.

Written on 25/03/2019 by Michael Hoare

I guess Antifa allows them to fly.

Written on 25/03/2019 by Lewis Tripp

and cattle.

Written on 25/03/2019 by Lewis Tripp

The type designation for this CubCrafters made Carbon Cub CC11-160 should be "PA11"... :-)

(Carbon Cub CC-11 variants are showing PA11 as an ICAO aircraft type designator.)

That's a very well done photo capture... thanks for sharing it with us!

Written on 25/03/2019 by cliff731

Thanks!

Written on 25/03/2019 by Ron Harper

This aircraft was destroyed by pilot suicide on Saturday 23 March.

https://citizen.co.za/news/news-africa/2105579/the-face-of-the-suicidal-sa-pilot-who-tried-to-take-out-50-people-in-botswana/

Written on 25/03/2019 by Viv Pike

@ferminbf It is SJO, Costa Rica

Written on 24/03/2019 by dario duque gomez

that's a lot of airplane just to pickup a football club

Written on 24/03/2019 by Dieter Hylla

the pilots better hope that the mechanics didn't see that

Written on 24/03/2019 by Dieter Hylla

looks like the airmen pulling the gear level in the up position before being airborne

Written on 24/03/2019 by Dieter Hylla

Very welcome! keep them coming, franklin!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Thank you Reed

Written on 24/03/2019 by franklin fernandez

Excellent catch! 5 stars++++! Thank You for posting, Franklin!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

More info:
N5865V, North American B-25J-30-NC (PBJ-1J), SN: 44-30988, https://b-25history.org/aircraft/4430988.htm

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

More info:
N1078Z, S & S SPECIAL GRUMMAN F6F-5, https://www.cafsocal.com/aircraft/grumman-f6f-5-hellcat/

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

More info:

N5865V, North American B-25J-30-NC (PBJ-1J), SN: 44-30988, https://b-25history.org/aircraft/4430988.htm

N712Z, Mitsubishi, A6M3 Model 22 Zero (Replica), CN: 3869, Tail #: X-133, https://pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/a6m3/3869_replica.html

N1078Z, S & S SPECIAL GRUMMAN F6F-5, https://www.cafsocal.com/aircraft/grumman-f6f-5-hellcat/

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

USAF Thunderbirds

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

More info from Joe Baugher:

81-0945, Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II, (MSN 640) to AMARC as AC0208 Apr 5, 2000. Returned to service May 31, 2000.

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

More info:
N712Z, Mitsubishi, A6M3 Model 22 Zero (Replica), CN: 3869, Tail #: X-133, https://pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/a6m3/3869_replica.html

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

C.W. Reed - You are very welcome. I've only caught one or two of this type and that being on static ramp display at airshows.

Written on 24/03/2019 by cliff731

Cool!! Remember seeing these at NAS Alameda around 1984....along with the Carl Vinson!! Thanks c130aj and Cliff! Cheers!!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Here is the history of this McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II, U.S. Navy BuNo. 160050, as related by Joe Baugher in his published information...

"160046/160052 McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II".

"DC-9-32-CF acquired by US Navy for airlift. Transfers to AMARC from www.amarcexperience.com".

"160050 MSN 47699. 4/11/75: First flight. 12/19/75: TOS USN. 12/75 to after 7/77: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 55 (VR-55), NAS Alameda, CA. By 6/80: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 58 (VR-58), NAS Jacksonville, FL. Named "City of Orange Park" with VR-58 in Jul 1988. 12/90 to 4/91: Deployed to Sembach Air Base, Germany for flying support missions during Operation Desert Storm. By 1999: TO after 7/11: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 52 (VR-52), NAS Willow Grove, PA. By 8/12: Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR-61), NAS Whidbey Island,WA. To AMARC as 384940 Jun 30, 2014."

http://www.joebaugher.com/navy_serials/thirdseries21.html

Written on 24/03/2019 by cliff731

This Herky Bird, U.S. Navy BuNo. 148319, had an interesting life... from Joe Baugher's published information...

"148318/148321 Lockheed UV-1L Hercules"

"Originally ordered as C-130B for USAF as 59-5922/5925. Redesignated C-130BL in 1962 and later redesignated LC-130F. Transfers to MASDC from www.amarcexperience.com".

"148319 (MSN 282-3564) ex USAF 59-5923. Assigned to VX-6 1961 to Dec 31, 1968, code JD-19. Assigned to VXE-6 Jan 1, 1969 to Mar 31, 1999, code XD-07. Named "Betty Boop". Transferred to National Science Foundation 10/79. To AMARC as CF0192 Mar 10, 1999. SOC Apr 2, 1999, but still on AMARC inventory Jan 15, 2008."

http://www.joebaugher.com/navy_serials/thirdseries18.html

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1959.html

Written on 24/03/2019 by cliff731

Great shot there! The "GSR" makes a great contrasting background for that one! 5*****! Thanks Gary!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

is that UIO ?? Thanks

Written on 24/03/2019 by ferminbf

Very nice, Gary!

Written on 24/03/2019 by Greg Byington

*F*I*V*E* Stars, Ron!!! :-)

Written on 24/03/2019 by cliff731

Beginning a flight to southern Nevada (KLAS).

Written on 24/03/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Dick Nieuwendykil Thanks!

Written on 24/03/2019 by Herpeux Nicolas

5 stars++++! this one with spoilers! Muchas gracias, kevin!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Great shot! 5 stars++++! Muchas gracias, kevin!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Viv and Cliff, the aircraft on final for 29 is a Moncton Flight College Diamond DA-20-C1 Eclipse.
RV8Builder, yes, it is a modified 100, my mistake entering the info.

Written on 24/03/2019 by Tim Lowe

You're very welcome

Written on 24/03/2019 by Francisco Borges

Great catch of the "Speedbird" Francisco! Thank you for posting! Cheers!!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Agree with Gary & LELAND, 5 stars here! Thank you very much for posting, aaron! Cheers from Indiana!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Nice foto Aaron! FYI: U.S. Government aircraft do not use "N" numbers. This aircraft is a HC-130H / Ser #1713 / cn 382-5034. It should post as just 1713. Try the website Scramble to ID military aircraft.

Written on 24/03/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Excellent foto Logan!

Written on 24/03/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Very welcome, Nathan! Keep them coming!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

Thanks CW Reed!!!!

Written on 24/03/2019 by Nathan Cervantes

What year was this taken?

Written on 24/03/2019 by Reno Luna

Est-ce possible? Je savais pas qu'un Hughes 369D ressemblais à un Beechcraft King Air 90, encore une erreur de plus.

Written on 24/03/2019 by andré belleau

Love love love!!!!

Written on 24/03/2019 by Rebecca Little

Anytime Hun

Written on 24/03/2019 by Angel Vee

I'd give it 10 stars if I could! Prop tip vortices even! Thank you, Nathan! Cheers!!

Written on 24/03/2019 by C.W. Reed

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