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Cheers Mike. I always try and write something about the plane.

Written on 21.05.2018 by andrew kennaugh

Chris Robey - the markings on this a/c are consistent with the USCG... U.S. Coast Guard... before repainting in their traditional livery after acceptance from the USAF.

Written on 21.05.2018 by cliff731

nice photo Nick. If you get a chance, check out the one's I took of it that day.

Written on 21.05.2018 by richard munoz

Nice photo Nick. You should take a look at the one's I took of the R2-D2 when it first arrived into SJC 2 years ago. You can also see the BB-8 in SFO if you sort my photos by "newest"

Written on 21.05.2018 by richard munoz

Japan ASDF Blue Impulse, Kawasaki T-4

Written on 21.05.2018 by Viv Pike

Linda imagem

Written on 20.05.2018 by mattnasc

nice shot

I suppose the color stands out against snow

Written on 20.05.2018 by ian mcdonell

Very nice

Written on 20.05.2018 by Andres Bustamante

Where is this shot taken? Who is the operator of this Spartan?

Written on 20.05.2018 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice pic!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Cbro4

Greg - thanks for sharing this info and photo with us!!! :-)

Written on 20.05.2018 by cliff731

Greg - the first time I encountered a "live" Avenger, that's the same impression as I had... just how incredibly large this a/c is!!! :-)

Written on 20.05.2018 by cliff731

Greg, the Jetstar II had wing tanks that were flush with the top of wing and 731 engines. Some older Jetstars were modified with the new tanks and 731 engines and those were referred to as the 731 Jetstar.The Jetstar II were factory new aircraft being the last produced.
Richard

Written on 20.05.2018 by rwb2112

Oh, and dicky11, I stated above that this is a VC-140. Consider this from flugzeuginfo.net:

"The Lockheed L-1329 JetStar is a four-engine corporate jet aircraft for eight to ten passengers produced by the US-American manufacturer Lockheed Corporation. The designation of the JetStar in US Air Force service is C-140."

I believe the "V" designator is due to it being used to transport VIPs, hence VC-140. And the ICAO code for a Jetstar 2 (or L-1329) is L29B, which is what I used. So, please explain how it is not a Jetstar II.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

Some more info from the PASM website:

Spy Tiger by Andrew Schoultz, 2012. American contemporary artist Andrew Schoultz used acrylic on a Lockheed VC-140 . He is an acclaimed street artist known for his un-commissioned public art.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

A little more info from the PASM website:

Back to Supersonica by Kenny Scharf, 2013. The latest addition to the collection, contemporary artist Scharf spray painted a Lockheed Jetstar VC-140. He is an LA-based artist known for large scale paintings and installations based on pop-culture and science fiction.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

A little more info from the PASM website:

Back to Supersonica by Kenny Scharf, 2013. The latest addition to the collection, contemporary artist Scharf spray painted a Lockheed Jetstar VC-140. He is an LA-based artist known for large scale paintings and installations based on pop-culture and science fiction.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

What ? They used paint to get it to look like that !

Written on 20.05.2018 by VK2VC

I think this T-6 used to be outside, but now it is hanging inside the new hangar and looks really nice.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

I never realized the difference between TBM and TBF Avengers. So, the lesson here is that if you go to a museum you might actually learn something! ;-) And another thing I learned is that when you're standing next to one a TBM is actually pretty big.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

Mr Dick Nieuwendyk

ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 20.05.2018 by seabose

Bitte!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Greg Byington

Whoah cool!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

?

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

N371QS is now registered to a NetJets EMB Phenom 300

Written on 20.05.2018 by Roger Maxwell

i love this plane

Written on 20.05.2018 by john OJO

beautiful plane

Written on 20.05.2018 by john OJO

este era el avión del cual yo saltaba cuando el servicio militar en Españadel 1961 al 1963 pero solo 12 saltos..teniamos pocos aviones en Jerez de la frontera...

Written on 20.05.2018 by pep perello

Nice colors!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

cliff731 and Viv Pike are 100% correct that this is not a Stinson 10, which was fabric covered. The N number is 51562, which makes this a T-6. The shape of the baggage door is a perfect fit.

Ike Harel is also correct in that you should work on photography basics, like holding the camera level, not shooting through fences and not shooting planes that are off in the distance and having nothing but wasted space in 90% of the photo. Most of the time you want to fill the view finder with the subject. These basics can help you improve some of your photos.
Look at the really good photos here and think about what makes them good, try and do the same for your own photos. This advice is not just aimed at you Soren, but some other people here too.

This is an interesting photo with nice light, but the off level ruins it for me.

Written on 20.05.2018 by jim gevay

I saw this AC overfly my home as it was at 4000 ft between ORL and MCO enroute to MLB. Great sound and view as it was headed SE going over the top of MCO in an out of IFR conditions from my view. I live about 4.5 NM northwest of MCO.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Muszynski

Interesting photo - teamwork !!!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Great shot ! ANA is getting creative !

Written on 20.05.2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Great photo, Chris !

Written on 20.05.2018 by Dick Nieuwendyk

Hello Mr. Jansen,
This should be a great picture of airplanes graveyard - just not leveled horizontally and that's spoils the picture at a whole.
Registration looks as N61562, whatever plane it was.
Sincerely,
Ike

Written on 20.05.2018 by Ike Harel

Machum, I took this shot on February 25th, 2018 at 13:59:22. This is Westjet 4 arriving from London, Gatwick on short finals for runway 23 at YYZ

Written on 20.05.2018 by Mark Thomas

Thank You, Andrew! I have been looking for that for a while.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Scot Wattawa

First of all, great picture Gary! I always enjoy viewing your pictures.

My take on the USN BuNo remaining. Most of the jet is still the USN "Haze Gray" paint, I posit that the celebratory paint colors were added without over-painting the gray.

Written on 20.05.2018 by 30west

This plane got a rolling start after getting ok from the tower. Instead of stopping and increasing throttle, he gunned it right away and off he went!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kobe Hunte

Viv Pike - Yes!!! Looks like that's it!

Written on 20.05.2018 by cliff731

Great shot and good info Andrew!

Written on 20.05.2018 by mike prendergast

This photo is PH-BVL. PH-BVC is a Reims Cessna F172N Skyhawk

Written on 20.05.2018 by benji30

Cliff - possibly a North American AT-6C ?

Written on 20.05.2018 by Viv Pike

Thanks

Written on 20.05.2018 by Brian Buckley

Great picture!

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

Wow! A 742SP! Great catch and pic.

Written on 20.05.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

Hi cliff731, thankyou for your comment on this shot, I like so much the T6 special of it sound on the top of the looping.

Written on 19.05.2018 by Jose Barth

Doubt it's a Stinson 10A Voyager... wrong type of construction! The Voyagers appear to be covered with fabric and dope and not aluminum... an have no access panels on the port side nor top of the fuselage either. I don't see the first digit of the "N" registration as being a "3" either... looks like a "5" to me... :-)

Written on 19.05.2018 by cliff731

K35R is the designation you want. It helps if you watch military flight tracks frequently lol. Great shot though.

Written on 19.05.2018 by Andrew Stricker

Jose... a superb photo capture!!! *F*I*V*E* Stars!!!

Written on 19.05.2018 by cliff731

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