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BOEING 777-300ER (UNK) - I can't remember where I took this photo .Can someone please I d ?
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BOEING 777-300ER (UNK)


I can't remember where I took this photo .Can someone please I d ?


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andré belleau
Oh mon Dieu un nouveau modèle de Boeing 777 ça ressemble à un Short 330 C-23A Sherpa US Air Force
stationné en Allemagne en 1987.
poop poop
whatever this plane is it isn't a 777.
This plane is some version of a Short Skyvan (Maybe a Short SC.7 Skyvan because they use the callsign Skyvan I've heard it). Turbo Prop. Not a 777. Some version of these were used years ago by the USAF for something called the European Distribution System. Didn't last too long. I see them now at KMZJ where they are flown by contract pilots as a jump plane for, I think, Army jumpers. They carry about 14-16 jumpers and fill the sky with chutes. Have maybe three of them and just keep them in a rotation. Quite a show. You might want to confirm most of what I wrote because I'm not too sure. I see the French guy below thinks it is a Short 330 Sherpa. I remember they were called that.
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