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Unknown/Generic Balloon — - SOLBERG AIRPORT-READINGTON, NEW JERSEY, USA-JULY 24, 2021: Seen at the 2021 New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning were these colorful hot air balloons.
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SOLBERG AIRPORT-READINGTON, NEW JERSEY, USA-JULY 24, 2021: Seen at the 2021 New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning were these colorful hot air balloons.

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Mary Maxwell
Very nice!
Michael Wulfsohn
Balloons are not airplanes or airlines. This picture belongs In a children's book about big and little balloons. Good picture, bad editorial choice.
Robert FitzpatrickPhoto Uploader
Michael, what did we learn in Pre-K? If you can't say something nice, don't say anything.
Chris Croft
Mr. Wulfson, perhaps you should spend less time looking at children's books and read about the US Navy/Marine Corps Dirigible-Balloon pilot program. The Navy issued Dirigible/Balloon pilot wings from 1922 and well into the 1970's. They may not be fixed wing or rotary wing aircraft but these lighter than air platforms have historically contributed a lot to aviation.
a mentor
Lookup the Akron and the Macon. The Macon was stationed at Moffett Field, Sunnyvale, CA.

The wreck site of the USS Macon on the seafloor of the Pacific Ocean, off Point Sur south of San Francisco, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. More details are available at the website of NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
FIREHOUSE25
I think perhaps Mr. Wulfsohn might want to consider unsubscribing from this site since he is obviously not getting the content he is looking for....Have a better day !
Al Bauer
I agree with everyone here, Oh except for Mr. Wulfsohn.

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