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Yeah, I could easily deal with going from the Cities to Duluth in about 40 minutes, and not have to deal with I35.

Written on 16/08/2019 by David Seider

Wow! Cool plane! Love the nature backdrop! In motion no less. Talented photographer.

Written on 16/08/2019 by TBMason

Excellent shot!

Written on 16/08/2019 by TBMason

Sweet! Looks fun to pilot/fly & fun to take a ride on.

Written on 16/08/2019 by TBMason

Nice pic. Wheel skirts add 1kt to cruise speed.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jthyland

@Paul Wisgerhof: Begging your pardon, but this Lockheed P-3B-70-LO Orion (MSN 185-5175), US Navy Bureau Number 152735, was delivered to the Navy not later than 18 April 1966. After her Navy career was completed, she was delivered to NASA on 12 February 1991 and was given the civil registration of N426NA. NASA assigned 426 to the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), Wallops Island, VA. [She was] "used in support of a variety of scientific studies including ecology, meteorology, atmospheric chemistry, cryospheric research,
oceanography, soil science, biology, and satellite calibration/validation. The aircraft is also used as a technology testbed for new airborne and satellite instrumentation."
This info was gleaned mainly from www dot joebaugher dot com (an absolute gold mine of information).
So... Lockheed's serial number (MSN) was 185-5175, and the Navy's Bureau No. was 152735.

Written on 16/08/2019 by David Seider

Interesting info on the fleet. And always nice to see an A340-500.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Ed Becker

I stand corrected. It is a F4U-4.

Written on 16/08/2019 by John Kafel

the CL-13 was under license agreement from North American

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadair
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadair_Sabre

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

the CL-13 was under license agreement from North American

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadair
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadair_Sabre

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

Nice livery, but customer service not great on Baltic Air. My bag didn't arrive (well, OK), but then they don't deliver bags after 5pm on Fri (the bag arrived on next flight at 10pm), they don't have messengers on weekends, and the messenger was on vacation the next Mon. My tour guide had to convince one of the folks that worked in their lost baggage dept to bring the bag home with him, then hand it off to our bus driver who happened to live in the same town (Klaipėda) as the worker. The bus driver then picked us up that Tues morning, and my bag was loaded below. Short of this miracle, I would have gone the entire time in Lithuania without baggage.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Nat Sam

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
VERY SLEEK AND COOL
SIGN ME UP

Written on 16/08/2019 by marylou anderson

the type is F4U-x

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

An excellent group of pictures, Thanks.

Written on 16/08/2019 by JAMES GLENN

AKA... the Vomit Comet

Written on 16/08/2019 by themold

#5 here is a F4U-5 per the tail markings. The F4U-5 housed a R-2800-32W engine, developing approximately 2,300 horsepower which was 200 horsepower more than the “C” engine used in the F4U-4.

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

It does,nt get any better than that.

Written on 16/08/2019 by JAMES GLENN

A favorite for many years-Beautiful too.

Written on 16/08/2019 by JAMES GLENN

Busy,busy.

Written on 16/08/2019 by JAMES GLENN

the comparison in size of the two is pretty crazy

Written on 16/08/2019 by Colton Fletcher

Ah, I think 41 years, but it doesn't matter she still looks great. One of the best Cessna twins, fast, and actually can climb with an engine out in a full gross condition. Only down side is the hot plate on the windshield never seemed big enough to see out unless you got close to it. Like looking through a mail slot.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Sidney Smith

There is a Navy Catalina at NAS JAX. It was FLOWN there many years ago but now just sits gathering dust, mold and pine tree pollen. Sad.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Lucius Gravely

Allison T-56-14. 4600 SHP per. Nice.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jthyland

PT-6-41. Electric gear. Nice.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jthyland

D-FPMT. Pilatus PC-9B

Written on 16/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Nice. Our airline ran them in 10/95 seating. Fast with dash nines.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jthyland

Nice looking A/C, nice pic
Over 73 yrs and lookin’ good!!

Written on 16/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Nice.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jthyland

Assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 11 on June 25, 1944, the squadron (VMF-312) was transported to Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, where they received 24 new F4U-1D Corsairs. VMF-312's first combat action came on April 12, 1945 during the Battle of Okinawa as part of Marine Aircraft Group 33 (MAG-33). VMF-312 continued to operate from Kadena Air Base on Okinawa until the cessation of hostilities. ...Between September 1945 and February 1946 VMF-312 participated in the occupation force stationed on Okinawa.

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

Assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 11 on June 25, 1944, the squadron (VMF-312) was transported to Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides, where they received 24 new F4U-1D Corsairs. VMF-312's first combat action came on April 12, 1945 during the Battle of Okinawa as part of Marine Aircraft Group 33 (MAG-33), when four squadron aircraft intercepted 20 Japanese Zeros and achieved eight kills without a loss. VMF-312 continued to operate from Kadena Air Base on Okinawa until the cessation of hostilities. ... Between September 1945 and February 1946 VMF-312 participated in the occupation force stationed on Okinawa.

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

When a prop or rotor exceeds speed of sound, it induces "rotor tip stall" which reduces the effectiveness of the system. It also produces a 'crack-crack' sound like the snap of a whip. Most engineers are aware of this and typically try to limit the RPM to avoid the effects. Bear has counter-rotating props and I believe that has much more to due with the sound effects.

Written on 16/08/2019 by a mentor

It just looks fast. Nice shot.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Bart Steger

Great image, Juan!

Written on 16/08/2019 by Mike Looney

Jessie - Thanks for the link . A true survivor

Written on 16/08/2019 by John Rumble

Sharp looking airplane. I like it!

Written on 16/08/2019 by Dennis Moon

N1857R (1978 CESSNA R182)

Written on 16/08/2019 by jesse kyzer

Beautiful!

Written on 16/08/2019 by tlfunk5

Love pictures of these. My first jet ride back in the day. That plane has definitely aged better than I have.

Written on 16/08/2019 by jahamley

Great Picture Brian. We got a nice shot of her coming out of KORD on August 9th. Will post it soon.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Tim Altenhoff

Don't know how well they fly, but they have to be one of the coolest looking planes ever.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Al Miller

Memories. C-150 by the dual exhaust Continental. !966 or later by the swept tail. I learned in a 1965. The rudder seemed much more effective with the straight up vertical stabilizer.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Bryan Jensen

Love me some 727! Nice to see they still have a few flying.

Written on 16/08/2019 by bwings79

Love these old war birds. Great shot!

Written on 16/08/2019 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Frederik - nothing to be confused about. The Airbus A220-300 was previously known as the Bombardier CSeries CS300. It therefore has the ICAO code of BCS3 (Bombardier C-Series 300) even though it is now called the Airbus A220-300. Airbus bought the line from Bombardier.

Written on 16/08/2019 by Viv Pike

Absolutley Beautiful

Written on 16/08/2019 by Butch Hollingsworth

beautiful lines on this sled

Written on 16/08/2019 by steve elliott

AWESOME!

Written on 16/08/2019 by STEPHEN FURTAK

on the plane i read airbus A220-300 ?? but it is a BCS3
who is confused ?? apparantly my self .. reading at Wiki ..

Written on 16/08/2019 by Frederik deCockBuning

can you imagine how it looks from the bottom side ...?

Written on 16/08/2019 by Frederik deCockBuning

Dear me... What a catch? Good shot, amazing. Thanks for sharing.

Written on 16/08/2019 by A.Levent Bekdik

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