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Very cool pic thanks

Written on 06/18/2021 by Frederick Brown

Is that cute, or what.

Written on 06/18/2021 by John Yarno

Is the nose gear retracted, or did it fold on its own. That can not be a normal landing attitude.

Written on 06/18/2021 by John Yarno

July '66 - It says in the edge of the photo

Written on 06/18/2021 by Jose Martinez

Have always enjoyed seeing these water bombers. Particularly the radial ones.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Tom Glass

Nice!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Greg Byington

Very nice!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Greg Byington

Viele schöne bilder, Manfred! Von 1979 bis 1982 bin ich in Pirmasens stationert gewesen, und danach, von 1983 bis ende 1986 war ich in Kaiserslautern bei der US Armee. Und ich habe oft nach Zweibrücken gefahren. Schönen dank für die bilder!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Greg Byington

Flew on these twice from Lima to Cuzco in 1967. On the first trip the back right door was stuck, after they had loaded lunch boxes. We were going to have to wait to take another plane, but someone on the ground pushed the door closed with a fork lift.

It seemed as though we could reach out and touch the mountains.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Rob Lamb

Love the tail.

Written on 06/18/2021 by jena weber

Mom would be proud! ✈️

Written on 06/18/2021 by jena weber

Interesting that it has what seems to be a Swiss flag on the tail.

Written on 06/18/2021 by masonite

I appreciate the info! Including the date! I’m surprised people so infrequently include the date.

Written on 06/18/2021 by masonite

No blur at all - great pic.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Rusty Campos

Nice addition to the Beech & Lear fleet.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Ryan Sybesma

Great old photo: Thanks

Written on 06/18/2021 by CactusDave

I was doing some preliminary work getting ready to do a hangar door replacement at Fort Smith ANG base. There was an empty tube F-16 in the hangar (engine out). I asked the guardsman if I could take a look and he said, "Look all you want. . . just don't remember!"

Written on 06/18/2021 by Alan Young

Google tells me it's a 788

Written on 06/18/2021 by cyyc spotter

Google tells me it's a 788

Written on 06/18/2021 by cyyc spotter

Nice livery!

Written on 06/18/2021 by user3956

Great shot of The Queen!

Written on 06/18/2021 by user3956

Classic livery, great shot!

Written on 06/18/2021 by user3956

Now that's flying!

Written on 06/18/2021 by user3956

Great pic!

Written on 06/18/2021 by user3956

Was this taken on June 5th? If so, I'm the pilot!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Dylan Cannon

Very nice!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Ganz

My very first flight was a very bumpy one on one of these from Dublin to Liverpool 60 years ago!!! Wow, the memories. Thanks for this.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Gerry Ward

I thought the A321 had a different wing tip configuration.
The small "tiplets" were on the A319 and A320.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Al Miller

Beauty Shot!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Diana Rose

Another .great photograph!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Michael Gamble

Nice Frame!

Written on 06/18/2021 by Diana Rose

Great photo! Perfect symmetry! Kudos

Written on 06/18/2021 by Michael Gamble

Nice.

Written on 06/18/2021 by jthyland

A 'Flying Camper'.

Written on 06/18/2021 by CDBrozovich

Great crystal clear shot! And you also got a clear shot of the ELINT antenna array right behind the cockpit windows...

Written on 06/18/2021 by Mark Henley

Nice one and CLOSE too. * * * * *

Written on 06/18/2021 by warmwynds

The E-2 Hawkeye - affectionately known as the "Hummer" by the US Naval Aviation community.
Having seen a Hummer(s) in person, Gary, you should have no problem determining how the E-2 acquired that nickname!

Written on 06/18/2021 by David Seider

Excelent shot.Nice colors

Written on 06/18/2021 by hubert peffer

Great photo.

Written on 06/18/2021 by DON MCLAIN

An Aerostar with winglets! Very Nice!

Written on 06/18/2021 by blackbird916

Excellent Keiran!

Written on 06/18/2021 by John Giambone

Beautiful Shot Dylan......

Written on 06/18/2021 by ken kemper

Gary.........

Well Done

Looks like you have the "Pic of the Week"

Written on 06/18/2021 by ken kemper

Spectacular Photo Max.........

5 plus stars !!

Written on 06/18/2021 by ken kemper

Crystal sharp Peter and great pic.

Always appreciate photographic tips that work out.

Have a great weekend.

Written on 06/18/2021 by ken kemper

Photo has the Jul 66 stamp. 1966.... 55 year old photo. Awesome.

Written on 06/18/2021 by James Bongard

Excellent photo thank you for sharing

Written on 06/18/2021 by themanincharge2020

The tag on the right of the scanned picture says JUL 66

Written on 06/18/2021 by jmonroe

wow

Written on 06/18/2021 by Wyatt Naylor

Berliner tug in foreground reminds me of working for Pan Am at Heathrow Late 60s.

Written on 06/18/2021 by Peter Watson

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