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Weird props for the duke flew to York long flight from europe

Written on 25-07-2017 by Eric Anstine

So Koooool !!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Angel Vee

Thanx much Sweetie

Written on 25-07-2017 by Angel Vee

Nice shot Angel!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Brian Carlin

Very nice Tamas!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Darryl Sarno

who ever voted this photo one star sure has there eyes backwards, this photo deserves the whole five stars!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Mystery110

This photo deserves five stars, not one, great photo

Written on 25-07-2017 by Mystery110

I don't know who the ding dong was that rated this photo one star but you know what, it deserves all five, here you go, supporting one planespotter from another!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Mystery110

Anyone know the name on this one? I haven't been able to find out what it is.

Written on 25-07-2017 by Gary Schenauer

Nice!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Greg Byington

@Loren Wood @Dave Sheehy Thank you, glad you like it!

Written on 25-07-2017 by HAKLS

This DC-7B was originally owned and operated by Eastern Airlines.

Written on 25-07-2017 by chalet

thanks dave

Written on 25-07-2017 by Brian Buckley

thanks mark

Written on 25-07-2017 by Brian Buckley

Best view is after clicking the "full" button!

An outstanding photo, Gary!!!

Written on 25-07-2017 by cliff731

Earlier this year, United began using 738s and 739s on its RNO-DEN and RNO-SFO routes. Then, just over a month ago on June 8th, UA inaugurated first-time (for United) direct flight service to ORD which also uses B737 equipment. It is a true pleasure to see Boeing birds here at Reno, replacing the smaller Airbus equipment United had been using.

Written on 25-07-2017 by Gary Schenauer

Thank You for your comments.

Written on 25-07-2017 by 太田 知明

I saw that bird fly in to KSAT. Such a rarity! It was great that it diverted!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Benjamin Smith

According to Joe Baugher's published information, this Northrop F-5E Tiger II is a former U.S.A.F. and Swiss Air Force aircraft... his comments include...

"(c/n L.1039) Former USAF 76-1564 and Swiss Air Force J-3039"

"MSN L.1001/1066. To Swiss Air Force as J-3001/3066 under FMS program 'Peace Alps'"

"1564 (MSN L.1039) J-3039 to US Navy as 761564"

It is now assigned the U.S. Navy BuNo. 761564 as seen on the rear of the fuselage.

Thanks for sharing this photo with us!!!

Written on 25-07-2017 by cliff731

danke euch beiden :D

Written on 25-07-2017 by Christoph Plank

Wow....this is the most incredible picture I've seen of the ol' 747. It was so sad to hear that it'd been scrapped on my last visit:(

Written on 25-07-2017 by Camryn Brown

Lucky!! How do you gain inside access?

Written on 25-07-2017 by Camryn Brown

Excellent catch and capture!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Dwight Hartje

Stunning shot! Very well done on this shot!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Dwight Hartje

Great photo! Thanks!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Alan Brown

Must be a short range flight normally. No wing tanks.

Written on 25-07-2017 by Alan Brown

Great photo! I love the ad! Flying ads seem to be starting to be more popular.

Written on 25-07-2017 by Alan Brown

Great photo of a plane that will always catch your eye!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Alan Brown

still a good looking aircraft, and putting in some long over water flights! RR Dart

Written on 25-07-2017 by 96flstc

Excellent timing Brian, great shot!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Mark Thomas

Hi Greg!
you are right. a fantastic colour!!

Written on 25-07-2017 by Uwe Zinke

Thanks Brian!

Written on 25-07-2017 by rwb2112

Uploading another shot of this jet. It is 761564 from VFC-13. It's not a 90 degree side view,but it's the closest I got on this trip to Fallon NAS. Comes up as an F-5 Tiger II. I believe that most of these F-5's at Fallon NAS were purchased from the Swiss. There is also a two seater, but it didn't fly.

Written on 25-07-2017 by Lonnie Perkins

Both of my late Parents were WW2 Navy vets. Dad served w/ the Sino American Cooperative Organization (SACO) behind Japanese lines on mainland China. He worked w/ the Chinese Communists, Nationalists, & the OSS. Mom was a WAVE (Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service). Her Second Cousin, Maurice "Footsie" Britt; won the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, 4 Purple Hearts, plus English & Italian awards. One Bronze Star award involved doing calisthenics in the open to revel a German machine gun nest. He lost his right arm in the process. . Went to law school, became a successful businessman & two term Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas.

Written on 25-07-2017 by James Simms

where is this picture. REally low!

Written on 24-07-2017 by jim anderson

Nice shot Richard! The clouds that day really made for a great backdrop.

Written on 24-07-2017 by Brian Carlin

Nice shot, Brendan!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Well, I like it A LOT! Keep up the good work, eh!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Cool!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Well, it turned it very nicely!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Very pretty!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Well done, Gary!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Greg Byington

Nice one HAKLS!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Dave Sheehy

Cool shot Tamas

Written on 24-07-2017 by Derek Marshall

Fantastic shot Chris

Written on 24-07-2017 by Derek Marshall

Ok, disregard my last comment. It appears to be a site problem on the aircraft type. Great photo, as well!

Written on 24-07-2017 by Bobby Allison

Pretty sure that's not an RF-5. That's an F-5E.

Written on 24-07-2017 by Bobby Allison

C'est pas un Beechcraft baron 58 un Beechcraft Baron a seulement 2 moteurs

N-333TP est pas la bonne identification

Written on 24-07-2017 by andré belleau

Everyone thanks for commenting.This heli belongs to JMSDF Komatsushima Air Base.
And they flow for celebration flight of Komatsushima Port Festival.I felt so happy to take these pictures!

Written on 24-07-2017 by kotagonzaresu

Thanks Nils!

Written on 24-07-2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

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