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Sam... I'm looking forward to reading about what you discover!

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by cliff731

RAF ever take them on?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by John mcGeoghan

Is a G5000 WORTH the investment?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by DennyOConnell

Beautiful take-off shot, flaps and tail up, I can see it just about to lift off. Yup, the old C47s, Dakotas, DC3s, call 'em what you will, real workin' girls of the war and some are still going; Buffalo Airways in Yellowknife, Canada are still flying them, as are lots of airlines in South America and Africa. Great old planes.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by trennor turcotte

My congrats to You... Its wery cool !!!

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

Thank you for the photo !!!. Is the world's largest helicopter Mil V-12(M-12),CCCP

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

Agreed cliff, possibly a ex firebomber from Canada. I'll have to research the serials

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by sam kuminecz

Those winglets must have been a retrofit.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Joe Wood

Can you imagine flying into that vortex off the right wing that close to the ground with no dust to see it at that proximity to the ground?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Bryan Jensen

What a beautiful shot of the potentially fatal wingtip vortices in the dust cloud.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Bryan Jensen

Tim , but the plane does have a tail !great shot
what is the big boy doing for biz ?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Frederik deCockBuning

Sam, those two links for the airport-data.com photos show the differences and similarities quite well... thanks for sharing that research with us! The canopy on #25, sans the rear turret, is one I don't see very often.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by cliff731

Cool plane, I'll grant you. Beautiful picture, too. But beautiful plane?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Benjamin Taub

When did American stop using the 747SP?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Tyler Emtage

Nice shot! Love the livery!

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Tyler Emtage

"Astronauts company car"

That's a great line!

I work near KCLE. I was watching my ADSB screen and happened to notice 2 T-38's (with "NA" in the reg.#) flying North.
A couple hours later I saw one sitting on the NASA tarmac next to the airport.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by DaveRK

That old girl is one of the unsung heroes of WW2, great photo!

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Tim Marks

WOW, WHAT A RUSH

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by David Kaplan

Astronauts company car...

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Joe Wood

Cliff looks like it, 2 Dif planes same markings one is 7 and other is 25 for ship numbers
http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/photo/000907943.html

http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/photo/000918138.html

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by sam kuminecz

Sports cars, what fun....

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Don Lynch

Flew many pax in this a/c when it was part of ASA fleet in ATL

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by wburleigh

Nice take off, thanks for sharing

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by A.Levent Bekdik

Oh dear! Fantastic shot

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by A.Levent Bekdik

Thank you for a GREAT photo!
I just love the colour scheme!

Regards from Southern Africa

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by Richard Schmidt

Sam... yeah, I see that one too (N4171A). It's listed as a TBM-3E, but with mfg s/n 91521.

N9584Z is showing a different mfg. serial number and with a valid FAA reg. #.

Do we have two Grumman Avenger birds here?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by cliff731

Registered 1/25-2017

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by sam kuminecz

I saw it 5/20 and the stencil said N4171A, http://flightaware.com/resources/registration/N4171A

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by sam kuminecz

d
Doing his smoke performance, great pilot

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by John Muir

Good catch, Sam... and Wiki indicates this photo was dated 24 May 1971 and taken at Groningen Airport (EHGG) in the Netherlands while on its way to the Le Bourget airshow in France.

More on this photo here...

http://www.airliners.net/photo/Aeroflot/Mil-V-12-Mi-12/1949583/L

By the way, it is copyrighted by the Groningen Airport Eelde Collection according to information showing on Airliners.net's site.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by cliff731

Cool pic, but from??????

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by John Muir

Sam... more mystery here... I'm seeing a FAA registration # of NL9584Z (N9584Z) stenciled onto the fuselage underneath the tail's horizontal stabilizer... which shows as a 1945 built Grumman TBM-3E, mfg s/n 85882, on the FAA registry. Has this one changed recently?

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by cliff731

you only get a 3 stars because you put a nose of another aircraft and you don't submit where the picture was taken at.

Written on 2017年 05月 26日 by John Muir

And that birdie photobomed my picture

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Angel Vee

And that birdie photobomed my picture

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Angel Vee

Thanks!

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by B. W.

Nice old -10. Good shot

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by sam kuminecz

Thanks!

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Rick Finch

Photo taken from Wikipedia.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mil_V-12

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by sam kuminecz

This is the same photo that appears in the Wikipedia article on the Mil V-12.

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Alan Hume

Great shot Brian!

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Mark Thomas

Nice catch Rick!

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Mark Thomas

nice pic

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by carlos manuel soliman payano

From what airport?

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by John Muir

Magnífica Foto, puede observarse la estela de turbulencia.

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Miguel Angel Armas Cardona

this is N4171A not N436GM

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by sam kuminecz

Tyler stop putting so many comments!!!!:0

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Kobe Hunte

Is that bicycle wheels!?

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Tyler Emtage

Looks like something was put under the plane to keep it from falling over.

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Tyler Emtage

Nice old bird!

Written on 2017年 05月 25日 by Tyler Emtage

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