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Are you kidding me? I always believed his posts were pics he actually took himself. But seeing this .... Swipes a pic and then doesn't even edit out the sensor specks before reposting it as his own? I wonder how many of his good pics aren't really his after all? TY for exposing the fraud here, Dave.

Written on 16/06/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Nice Mark!

Written on 16/06/2019 by mike prendergast

This one seems to be the latest model IL76 with the higher bypass ratio engines.

Written on 16/06/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice shot Beck!

Written on 16/06/2019 by mike prendergast

Beautiful shot...congratulations Hannu!

Written on 16/06/2019 by manuel silva

Not a lot of FBO's out there that can handle this beast I assume.

Written on 16/06/2019 by Spencer Hoefer

Air Methods Lifeguard helicopter crew

Written on 16/06/2019 by MSGTKWIATKOWSKI

Don't know why, but registration comes back as a Cessna. I'm pretty sure that isn't correct!

Written on 16/06/2019 by Peter DeMoore

Great pic, Sean. You must have been farther down near the hanger. I was closer to the German 88mm flak gun.

Written on 16/06/2019 by Hawk Moore

nice !

Written on 16/06/2019 by damien scheers

Thanks!

Written on 16/06/2019 by Ron Harper

Nice

Written on 16/06/2019 by Chris Partin

cooool

Written on 16/06/2019 by Chris Partin

cool

Written on 16/06/2019 by Chris Partin

Grumman HU-16 Albatross is a large twin–radial engine amphibious flying boat that was used by the United States Air Force (USAF), the U.S. Navy (USN) and the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), primarily as a search and rescue aircraft. Originally designated as the SA-16 for the USAF and the JR2F-1 and UF-1 for the USN and USCG, it was redesignated as the HU-16 in 1962.

In the early 1980s Chalk's International Airlines owned by Merv Griffin's Resorts International had 13 Albatrosses converted to Standard category as G-111s. This made them eligible to be used in scheduled airline operations. These aircraft had extensive modification from the standard military configuration, including rebuilt wings with titanium wing spar caps, additional doors and modifications to existing doors and hatches, stainless steel engine oil tanks, dual engine fire extinguishing systems on each engine and propeller auto feather systems installed. The G-111s were operated for only a few years and then put in storage in Arizona. Most are still parked there, but some have been returned to regular flight operations with private operators.

Written on 16/06/2019 by a mentor

Thanks for your comments!

Written on 16/06/2019 by Andreas Stöckl

Very nice photo!

Written on 16/06/2019 by Lonnie Penner

You must have been standing right beside Matt when he took the same picture and you both have the same dust in the same place on your sensor? Amazing coincidence!

(Courtesy Photo/Matthew Johnson)

https://www.facebook.com/507ARW/

Written on 16/06/2019 by Dave Sheehy

Nice photo!

Written on 16/06/2019 by Lonnie Penner

yes they are large. 8 Blades are pushing the boundaries of Prop Technology and probably the last time we will ever see this

Written on 16/06/2019 by Oren Mason

N269AG was involved in a fatal accident yesterday.
https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2019/06/15/porter-ranch-fatal-crash/

Written on 16/06/2019 by Torsten Hoff

I went to see her flight, it was fantastic.

Written on 16/06/2019 by Stephane Bouchard

Tolle Aufnahme

Written on 16/06/2019 by Rainer Linder

Wow.................

Written on 16/06/2019 by Rainer Linder

*F*I*V*E* stars, Ron!!! :-)

Written on 16/06/2019 by cliff731

@fholbert: normal ;-) the built it so :-)

Written on 16/06/2019 by Christoph Plank

@robert kennington: really ? what is it ?

Written on 16/06/2019 by Christoph Plank

@John Shearer: thanks :-)

Written on 16/06/2019 by Christoph Plank

Love it!Thx.

Written on 16/06/2019 by Terence Robinson

Awesome photograph! Reminds me of a Flying Tigers Squadron P-40.

Written on 15/06/2019 by panam1971

What's going on with that exhaust?

Written on 15/06/2019 by fholbert

Fantastic shot! Knowing that your 800mm lens makes them appear closer and tighter
than they actually are. At what distance from them was the shot taken?

Written on 15/06/2019 by flyerh

whoa!

Written on 15/06/2019 by sanmit

fantastico!

Written on 15/06/2019 by sanmit

amazing!

Written on 15/06/2019 by sanmit

A330-941 NEO

Written on 15/06/2019 by António Almeida

A330-941 NEO

Written on 15/06/2019 by António Almeida

beautiful

Written on 15/06/2019 by bee nii

Our tankers and, I think, the Ravens, pronounced SPY, got the new engines.

Written on 15/06/2019 by David Ingram

Excellent!!!

Written on 15/06/2019 by GunzO

This G550, now with Polish Reg number 0002, was previously registered as N554GD before being acquired by Poland's Air Force for use as a VIP transport aircraft.

Written on 15/06/2019 by Gary Schenauer

That line-up....amazing!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Beautiful!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Taken at cruising altitude....not bad!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Very nice photo of landing!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Nice!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Excellent photo!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Very nice!

Written on 15/06/2019 by Ed Hill

Wonderful to see this bird fly again. I had some time on her for Transport Canada in Montreal between 1974 & 1977.

Written on 15/06/2019 by Dennis Bisson

David and Goliath ???

Written on 15/06/2019 by dan brite

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