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Written on 24/10/2020 by Tim Burnett

AF alone has multiple C-32s [757} (3-6 depending on who's counting) like this with even Nancy having access as a E-W shuttle. They are mission assigned and not to specific people. Just don't get caught using the VC-25s without permission. AF-1 callsign even if he's using a Gulfstream (11) or a Lear.

Written on 24/10/2020 by David Ingram

The aviation version of "incognito."

Written on 24/10/2020 by Paul Wisgerhof

At 2 miles from the runway on a standard 3:1 glide path the aircraft should be 600 feet above the touch down elevation. from this angle and depth of field the airplane looks much lower.

Excellent Photo.

Written on 24/10/2020 by Tom Dusin

Thank you Gav n Gary,,,hoping to ease back into jet postings, it's been a loooong summer...the fires are less, but now we have the Fall winds and fires can be bad,Hoping for heavy rain.

Written on 24/10/2020 by Tom Vance

Aerodynamic Poetry

Written on 24/10/2020 by John Rumble


Written on 24/10/2020 by mike prendergast

Impressive Helo. Was there a Mil version with a drop-gate rear door?

Written on 24/10/2020 by skylab72

Great shot

Written on 24/10/2020 by user3956

Always my favorite

Written on 24/10/2020 by user3956

That thing looks like a beauty to fly, what a seat in the clouds to have

Written on 24/10/2020 by user3956

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Written on 23/10/2020 by Jan Nademlejnsky

Mine's that 3rd rivet from the end.
Proud Owner!

Written on 23/10/2020 by john cook

The 8's look very graceful..

Written on 23/10/2020 by Ethan65

I like the paint job

Written on 23/10/2020 by john cook

Good old days.... Always liked these colors.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Ethan65

Is that Stu's old F86?

Written on 23/10/2020 by john cook

You should have caught this flightaware......

Written on 23/10/2020 by Ethan65

I can see my house from here!

Written on 23/10/2020 by john cook

Fantastic picture. What a beast!!

Written on 23/10/2020 by mark lovelien

Beast! Cool pic

Written on 23/10/2020 by mark lovelien

Sentimental Journey? Still miss the 909.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Barry Erlich

Truly Awesome !

Written on 23/10/2020 by FIREHOUSE25

Where are all the tourists Ho yes i forgot the COVID-19.

Written on 23/10/2020 by andré belleau

I’ve had that view of a few choppers, not Coast Guard though.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Jerry Madero

Beautiful lighting.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Jerry Madero

Robert Jarwin, you can listen on or their app. They don't have every airport but certainly most of the major ones.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Kris Akerley


Written on 23/10/2020 by Aidan Murphy

Good shot of a great plane.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

So clear, crisp, simple, focused and to the point. Beauty

Written on 23/10/2020 by Dan Chiasson

Agony airlines, a jet blast from the past.

Written on 23/10/2020 by John Gerty

Striking, to say the least. And the lighting! Max *s

Written on 23/10/2020 by Bill Butler

Good one, Joseph.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Don Fitzgerald

Funny story, Gary. As good as the shot. Yes, the Marines fly "decoy" helicopters. Not sure that's the real reason though, or if it's just about reliability. If the president's helicopter has to make an emergency landing, the second chopper can whisk him away. It is much more likely that a helicopter with the president on board would develop mechanical problems than that it would be attacked.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Carl Hahn

I was at SFO a number of years ago and took a picture of AF1 landing. Well a United 747 was sitting on the ramp waiting for clearance to the runway to leave. I took the picture and in the picture was the United 747 and AF1. Some authority said my picture was photo shopped and that plane wasn't there. These are the same people that believe if it's on the internet it's true. Get a clue we were there. Still irated years later. Patrick

Written on 23/10/2020 by Patrick Spencer

This one makes me dizzy!!!

Written on 23/10/2020 by mikemorris

Leander, On September 18th the President had an airport rally in Bemidji Minnesota. He flew there in the 757 and landed at the Bemidji airport. The runway at Bemidji is unable to handle the larger 747 so he flew out in the smaller 757. He has also flown the smaller 757 to other small airports in other states. I was surprised to see him land in the 757 but it makes sense. The runway at the location will determine which aircraft he will take. Most small airports do not have the runway length or thickness to handle a large 747.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Michael Stoffel

This was definitely AF-1. The president WAS on this plane. It did land at John Wayne. On a number of these recent trips, where he's going into smaller airports they have used smaller planes, rather than the 747's, as the smaller ports cannot accommodate that large of a plane.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Rob Lamb

Beautiful shot. I'm old and I remember those when they were introduced.

Written on 23/10/2020 by David Hopkins

Wow, really great photo!

Written on 23/10/2020 by Ken Fedder

Any information about when and where? Can see that it's a 747-400, but not familiar with the little bit of logo that I can see on the side & tail. Registration?

Written on 23/10/2020 by Samuel Bixler

I looks like a hell of a lot destroyer.

Written on 23/10/2020 by JsckT85224

What a great picture of a very beautiful aircraft.

Written on 23/10/2020 by JsckT85224

Looks like they ripped off the designs if the F-16 and F-18 and then smashed it all into one aircraft.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Chris Bryant

Each taxpayer owns a (small) piece of this beautiful aircraft, I think I spotted the lug-nut I own...

Written on 23/10/2020 by Tim Brink


Written on 23/10/2020 by RENÉ ARMANDO GUZMÁN MEJÍA

Some "minor" alterations to the old B707 ;)

Written on 23/10/2020 by Jan Strömbäck

My photo. i was standing near the airport!

Written on 23/10/2020 by Uwe Zinke

A big thank you to the person who took this picture!!

Written on 23/10/2020 by Michael Glumack

Nice Photo! Regarding a 'decoy a/c', this I know...after 911 there was reason to believe anti-aircraft weapons were about to be used in the US. When Geo. Bush flew into John Wayne(SNA)~2005, (2)'official' 757's landed in tandem about a minute apart. Each shot a series of flares on final approach. Neither had the paint scheme of the 757 in the photo. They were dark blue with governmental insignias I could not make out.

Written on 23/10/2020 by Bror Monberg


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