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Great capture. Thanks for sharing.

Written on 10/02/2023 by Ronald Mullins

Hi Ken, The owner of this aircraft, Doug Larsen and his family perished when the plane crashed Sunday. So sad.

Written on 10/02/2023 by theaboo1961

Amazing shot, Tom. I'm more a big jets guy, but this picture is perfect.

Written on 10/02/2023 by David Plummer

@Doug: Bi*ch Gripe, Bi*chGripe, Bi*ch Gripe, Bi*ch Gripe, Bi*ch Gripe, Bi*ch Gripe

I bet your Parents were happy to see you leave the house

Written on 10/02/2023 by James Simms

Looks like she is going 400 mph just taxiing .

Written on 10/02/2023 by Tom Fox

Was this version a bomber, ground attack or both?

Written on 10/02/2023 by Tom Fox

Using the moon for scale, I'd estimate 2300 feet altitude.

Written on 10/02/2023 by rairden

I was AC/IP on this particular aircraft while with the 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron at McClellan AFB (KMCC) in Sacramento (1985-1991). Seems like a lifetime ago. We used to call this one "The Antichrist" for somewhat obvious reasons, although she was as gentle as any of the others...61-2665, 61-2667, 61-2670, 61-2672, 61,2673, and 61-2674. Fun times and great memories.

Written on 10/02/2023 by Grant Phifer

The mission count of 122 flights in 1944 -1945, was that a lot for a light bomber back then over enemy turf?

Written on 10/02/2023 by NICHOLAS ANGEL

It's a Learjet 36A

Written on 10/02/2023 by Alan Macdonald

Fantastic shot Ricardo!

Written on 10/02/2023 by John Giambone

Best P.R. for a flight school

Written on 10/02/2023 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

What a great digital cockpit and what a remarkable difference to the "steam" version of the past!!

Written on 10/02/2023 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

Can't detect any hardware designed to scoop water into the hopper.

Written on 10/01/2023 by Carl-Otto Jaeschke

It turned out very well Colin! And it's!!

Written on 10/01/2023 by Lonnie Penner

Good Job on that rush to Children's hospital!
"That Others May Live"!

Written on 10/01/2023 by Randall Maness

Looking Good

Written on 10/01/2023 by ed650p

Excellent plan 👌

Written on 10/01/2023 by Jagdish Mistry

2023-10-01 C-FTOD --> Cessna 150M
Base of Operations: --> CSC3 Drummondville, Quebec, CANADA
Latest Certificate of Registration Issued: --> 2022-12-02

Registered Owner Information Name: --> Richcopter Inc. Gatineau QC Canada

Written on 10/01/2023 by Dominique Desilets

KMHR (Airport, Mather Airport)

Written on 10/01/2023 by Alex Gregerson

Caden, how 'bout A300, A330, A340, A350??? :)

Written on 09/30/2023 by kenneth miller

I used to own this, it is a great plane.

Written on 09/30/2023 by Joe Delene

Favorite #2.

Written on 09/30/2023 by Samuel Davidson

Sends chills up my spine! Beautiful bird!

Written on 09/30/2023 by Samuel Davidson


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Written on 09/30/2023 by James Walth

"Devil Dog" is actually B-25J-30-NC. The Serial Number is 44-86758

Written on 09/30/2023 by a mentor

I learned to fly on an aircraft like that, actually a Cessna 150. I'm commenting on this though because the call sign is near and dear to me. I was born on April 19th, 1949. (49 19 4).

Written on 09/30/2023 by Larry Roberts

It appears that there is a light coating of frost on the cold fuselage skin of D-ALCJ.

Written on 09/29/2023 by David Seider

Beautiful! That is a symbol!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Jim Hanlon

great contribution. outstanding.

Written on 09/29/2023 by scott j swanson

ICAO type designator = ASTR

Written on 09/29/2023 by Samuel Bixler

Excellent photo with historical aircraft, thank you.

Written on 09/29/2023 by Champdriver

It looks like 2 alpha jets and 3 L39s

Written on 09/29/2023 by John Henning

That was Doug Goss's aircraft. What happened to him?

Written on 09/29/2023 by George Jenista

I immediately think of the Doolittle raid and Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo".

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

Another beautiful warbird.

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

Another beautiful warbird

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

A beautiful warbird

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

Cool shot Gary! Love this!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Very nice Gary! All 5 *'s

Written on 09/29/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Very nice!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Great photo!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

Fantastic shot Gary!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Darryl Sarno

Good photo of a great warbird.

Written on 09/29/2023 by Carlyle Swofford

He's either on board or being picked up

Written on 09/29/2023 by Edward Ludwig

While your photos are outstanding, try slowing down the shutter speed in order to still capture the object but let the prop blades blur a bit. Just mmy nexperienjce using 1/250 and never more than 1/500 except for jets wheee it doesn't matter........Dale Moody
Dale Moody

Written on 09/29/2023 by dhmoody356

Gulfstream 100

Written on 09/29/2023 by Ali Baba

This aircraft was assigned to my Dad's outfit on Corsica in 1944- 310th(M). I rode on this plane when it was in Cincinnati a few years ago. Great photo.

Written on 09/29/2023 by Thomas O’Brien

Thanks ken! It was my first time shooting fast jets at twilight! Im just glad it turned out!

Written on 09/29/2023 by Colin Carroll


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