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Thank you Kyden and Ian, I appreciate that!

Written on 25.09.2018 by Tom Vance

My brother flew the 106 out of Great Falls and my dad flew the 102 out of Portland. Those were the days!

Written on 24.09.2018 by Tim Judge

This flyby took place on the second day (Thursday) of the five-day event. The next day, it was a Beale-based U-2 doing a flyby.

Written on 24.09.2018 by Gary Schenauer

Invisible aircraft, doesn’t exist. 😎🤪😁

Written on 24.09.2018 by James Simms

Great shot

Written on 24.09.2018 by Ryan Jorgenson

Please delete the pic because I upload a wrong photo. Was my mistake, I so sorry. Thank a lot

Written on 24.09.2018 by Eze Carluccio

Thanks, Gary... and I appreciate the update!!! Looks like you are burning your candle on both ends along with enjoying much excitement while doing so too!!!

I'll be waiting and watching my e/m box! :-)

Written on 24.09.2018 by cliff731

Great photo and history thanks

Written on 24.09.2018 by ian mcdonell

Hi, Kevin. Much appreciated. (Wave)

Written on 24.09.2018 by Gary Schenauer

Hey, Cliff, howdy ... and tks! Been super busy - nonstop photo snappin'. First, 22 Navy F-18s and five E-2s passed thru RNO. On the same weekend, all the activity at the Reno Air Races (including a B-52, a U-2, and other military metal as well as all the racers - hey, I was shooting at Outer Pylon 3 when two Jet Class racers ... "Race 13" and "Race 37" ... collided between 3 and 4 during a Heat 2B race - thankfully, both landed safely ... my 3-shot series of pics caught them closing together an instant before they sideswiped); and then, I was off on a week-long road trip. Just got back. Next road trip only two weeks away so I've got to get caught up quickly. Also, met a pilot at the races and he liked my shots so he invited me along when he goes to his next show in Nov. I'll get some very unique snaps to you via e/m. (Thumbs Up)

Written on 24.09.2018 by Gary Schenauer

*F*I*V*E* Stars, Gary!!! :-)

Written on 24.09.2018 by cliff731

Great shot. I love that I can see the hot exhaust distortion behind the engine.

Written on 24.09.2018 by Andre Blanchard


Written on 24.09.2018 by Kevin Haiduk

@ MaryLou Anderson
No Flooding
Lake County Florida
Lots and Lots of Lakes

Written on 24.09.2018 by John Rumble

To Mr. James R. Miles- As a youngster on vacation with my family in the FLL/MIA area around ‘53 or ‘54, I distinctly remember a G-21 being located at a seaplane base along the entrance to MacArthur Causeway (?). It was painted gray and had a picture of Bugs Bunny eating a carrot with What’s Up, Doc? under the cockpit window. Could this be the same Goose that you rode in? Wish that I could locate the photo that my Dad made of me standing next it so long ago.

Written on 24.09.2018 by Michael Meek

This is what I was able to find out about this airframe on the web and in one of my books.
I believe your N number is wrong, it should be N202LD, lots of info on that N number.

Everything on that N number lists it as a Harvard Mark IV C/N 20470 built in 1952.
I believe this plane was a dark blue before the OD green, and is registered in the ID or WA area.

Looking at many photos of P-64's, this plane has the wrong cowling, the canopy is wrong with two seats, the rudder is for the NA-50 and not the P-64. Yes, it's modified to look like a P-64, with shorter wings and such. The real P-64's were 1' or 1 and 1/2' shorter and had 5' feet less wingspan than a T-6.

7 NA-50's were shipped to Peru and one survives today, 6 P-64's were on their way to Thailand when WWII broke out and were returned to the US. They were used at Luke Field in AZ as fighter/trainers. My book, "T-6 Texan in Action" says 5 of the 6 were scraped sometime after the war, one survives today in the EAA Museum with its larger than stock engine.

I'm not disputing you Greg, just the owners remarks. The only real way to confirm it, is to see the data plate under the horizontal, I would bet it still says Harvard MK IV.
Greg, you have a great collection of military and Warbird photos, thanks for letting us see them.


Written on 24.09.2018 by jim gevay

Nice pic dude

Written on 24.09.2018 by Kyden Hunte

If anyone knows the correct Aircraft Type Number I could insert it into the Tags column.

Written on 24.09.2018 by warmwynds

Thanks for the correction Bill as I was using the FA Registration info that is obviously incorrect. As it stands it is a Single seat High wing glider with this model hitting the skies back in 1969. The model number being SGS 1-34.

Written on 24.09.2018 by warmwynds

I am glad that I joined Roxon Aviation Exclusive Club Membership
Its the best thing I have done gives me the freedom to fly when I want any time and any day wow

Written on 24.09.2018 by Lange Remy

The tail number is not assigned.

Written on 24.09.2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

That's a North American F-100 Super Saber, not a Fokker!

Written on 24.09.2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

A rare bird, indeed!

Written on 24.09.2018 by Paul Wisgerhof

Nice shot✨

Written on 24.09.2018 by Faisal Alalawi

Was SIC on 70VM this day, pre departure to KLEX.

Written on 24.09.2018 by Andrew DeBord

Love the canopy open for a little ventilation!

Written on 23.09.2018 by William Camp

Tail Feathers in full bloom - Fantastic!

Written on 23.09.2018 by William Camp

registry.faa.gov lists this tail number as a F-51D
Flightaware does not accept that as a valid type ...
That is why it is listed as a Cessna and not a Mustang

Written on 23.09.2018 by Raymond Bedard

Greg - the missing data for this North American T-6 in Joe Baugher's information would generally indicate that he wasn't able to locate any historical documentation regarding this aircraft's past disposition or current status. Your sighting and photo of this a/c on 25 August 2018 would be quite helpful to him in that regard!

Written on 23.09.2018 by cliff731

Oh, and that is "Voodoo" in the background.

N551VC, Voodoo, Serial Number 44-73415, NORTH AMERICAN, Model F-51D

Written on 23.09.2018 by Greg Byington

NL85104, P-40N, F858

Written on 23.09.2018 by Greg Byington

N56CU, AT-6A, 41-16158, SN: 786536

NOTE: For some reason this serial number is missing in Joe Baugher's info. The numbers just before and just after are there, but not this one. So, I'm not sure what that means.

Written on 23.09.2018 by Greg Byington

This flight was a charter carrying the Arizona Cardinals football team to Los Angeles to play the Rams. Cardinals lost 34 to 0.

Written on 23.09.2018 by Brian Lockett

Great photo thanks Michael

Written on 23.09.2018 by ian mcdonell


Written on 23.09.2018 by ian mcdonell

Surreal view!!!

Written on 23.09.2018 by Роман Беляков


Written on 23.09.2018 by michel charron


Written on 23.09.2018 by BigAlOutWest

This airplane was featured on season 3, episode 11 of the TV show Mannix, which first aired on CBS on December 13, 1969.

Written on 23.09.2018 by Scott Butler

From what I've heard, the prop oil was low and they declared emergency.

Written on 23.09.2018 by peterjp5

Sunday, HEF-PJC

Written on 23.09.2018 by Michael Jacoby

wrong photo for 491JL.....this one is .***JW

Written on 23.09.2018 by mike SUT

Should be N540DS

Written on 23.09.2018 by Mark Gibson

Living in Puerto Rico during the 60's and 70's Antilles Air Boats, based in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas U.S.V.I. had a fleet of these which my husband flew on for business purposes from San Juan to St. Croix and Charlotte Amalie. The 1st Officer seat was converted to a passenger seat and it was always a scramble to see who could get to the cockpit first to get that seat. Sometimes when we landed in the harbors the water would splash up onto the windows and seep into the cockpit. The pilot always had a roll of paper towel with him and handed it to us to wipe off. The owner of the airline was Charlie Blair, married to Maureen O'Hara the movie star and I believe they lived on St. Thomas. The ledgend of Charlie Blair lives on in the V.I., altho he is no longer with us nor us his wife. He always had a Catalina parked on the tarmac in St.Thomas but was not flown regularly. Forgot to mention, Antilles Airboats also delivered the San Juan Star newspaper to the outter islands during morning flights. D.R.

Written on 23.09.2018 by Diana Rose

Danke Euch zweien. @Uwe ab jetzt hoffentlich wieder ein wenig mehr Zeit :-)

Written on 23.09.2018 by Oliver Holzbauer

Jim, that's what I thought, too. But when I asked the pilot he said it was an actual P-64. Information is scarce, though, and somewhat conflicting, so I'm not sure. Thanks, for the info!

Written on 23.09.2018 by Greg Byington

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