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Me encanta el DC10. Una foto preciosa del motor.

Written on 19/01/2018 by José Martínez

danke!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

tolles Licht

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

sehr schön

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

klasse!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

super!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Fabian Dirscherl

Such a simple photo, but really cool. I think that’s what makes it.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Mitch Ford

close to being a tail dragger.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Brian Rushfeldt

Now THAT'S how you shove an 18's butt down hard.

Written on 19/01/2018 by SorenTwin

A dirty birdy. Great shot.

Written on 19/01/2018 by SorenTwin

I usually think these big maamoo military planes (such as the C130s) are a bit ugly, tho very, very impressive, and I'm just in awe of them, even so. However...this B-52 is soooooooooooo beautiful!!!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Linda Nitzschke

My favorite turboprop.

Written on 19/01/2018 by penguinmike66

Belgian Air Force. Probably Kleine Brogel AB

Written on 19/01/2018 by John Hoag

If you speak English and still have the Rights granted By the Constitution of the United States of America , you owe a debt of gratitude to all involved in the production and operation of this magnificent aircraft.
While Harry Truman was still Commander in Chief, I served with those that crewed the B-29 and the B24's over Europe. To know them is to realize they were "the greatest generation". God bless then all.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Chas DeVine

Big brute, glad to have him working for America.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Chas DeVine

thank you Renato!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Yes Korean Air Cargo

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

Hi Nat Sam, only additional info that I might have on this photo is that aircraft belongs to Marine Corp Air Station Yuma, AZ. It used to be squadron VMA 211 when they had Harriers. Now I thinks it's something like VMFA 211 since the F35.

Written on 19/01/2018 by dicky11

There is nothing more appealing to an airport operator than emulsified pavement, but great shot!

Written on 19/01/2018 by LarryStock

This airframe's sistership N334AA was American 11, one of the planes that hit the world trade center

Written on 19/01/2018 by ben lapidus

Look at thet elevator deflection....full back stick. WOW!

Written on 19/01/2018 by themold

Nice one, Gary!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Greg Byington

Beautiful - it seems that the 748 landed perpendicularly to the runway

Written on 19/01/2018 by renato basso

Fantastic

Written on 19/01/2018 by renato basso

Freighter? Beautiful shot.

Written on 19/01/2018 by wylann

Ethan65 - that's a great idea... but one major problem with it. There are NOT any B-52G models remaining. All were broken up (by the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base) in compliance with the START I treaty signed with the former U.S.S.R. on 31 July 1991... and the New START treaty signed with Russia on 08 April 2010.

Here's an USAF news article about the final B-52G, USAF s/n 58-0224, that was chopped into two pieces on 19 Dec 2013...

http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/467809/final-b-52g-eliminated-under-new-start/

Written on 19/01/2018 by cliff731

Great pic but would love more info if possible?

Written on 19/01/2018 by Nat Sam

Braking action: nil

Written on 19/01/2018 by Jack Sullivan

Do you mean 28C?

Written on 19/01/2018 by shrudini

Give these guys NEW engines... Great plane..

Written on 19/01/2018 by Ethan65

Yay??

Written on 19/01/2018 by Ethan65

that is great well done !

Written on 19/01/2018 by Frederik deCockBuning

Fantastic pic!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Jason Belanger

That's a A319

Written on 19/01/2018 by shrudini

thank you!!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Uwe Zinke

I'm guessing the ~12 foot long AH-124-100 decal should help us figure out what this REALLY is. ;)

Written on 19/01/2018 by Stephen Graham

Fantastic shot ans a fantastic piece of history. Just love those old B-52s

Written on 19/01/2018 by Al Bauer

Positive rate, gear up.

Written on 19/01/2018 by jthyland

Speed of Heat.

Written on 19/01/2018 by jthyland

Love those F414s in AB!!!!!

Written on 19/01/2018 by Andrew Davies

Yes vfr down the judson

Written on 19/01/2018 by redleg007

I was a B-52 Co-pilot at Barksdale AFB, LA, and this photo is a B-52G model. Great remarks by the Crew Chief, they were the guys that kept it all together! I was later stationed in Minot, ND (Why not Minot?) where I flew "H" Models that had the TurboFan engines, no water injection needed with eight of those babies turning! I mention the bases I was at because it may be very likely that a fellow comrade may have been there also. I wish we could have a reunion of our old Squadrons like the WW2 guys used to do.

Written on 19/01/2018 by Steve Brooks

Nice shot THX !

Written on 19/01/2018 by Richard Schmidt

Not in favour of the colour scheme! ;)

Written on 19/01/2018 by Richard Schmidt

Cheers Ian...those Convairs would have been ASA-Airlines of South Australia. I think that they were mainly flown between ADL and Port Lincoln and also across to Kangaroo Island. Also north to the steel town of Whyalla out of Adelaide. The turboprop Brittania of British Eagle would have been on an inbound charter from the UK. She was designed to do trans Atlantic, so certainly had plenty of range available at 300 knots plus...

Written on 19/01/2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

AN-124

Written on 19/01/2018 by rapidwolve

Nice Shot but its an AN-124..a tad too big and wrong engines to be an AN-12.

Written on 19/01/2018 by rapidwolve

Did someone say there's an aircraft in this picture

Written on 19/01/2018 by Richard Schmidt

Raked wingtips = 773 :)

Written on 19/01/2018 by braxtron

Spectacular take off

Written on 19/01/2018 by Tony Silverstrå

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