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Not only are you an indescribably lousy photographer and a photo thief, but you're intensely pathetic too. How very sad it must be to be you sitting there struggling to find some reason for your existence and knowing that very few here respect you (their comments prove that) ... and almost no one views your daily junk (the view count proves that). But if awarding your little one-star votes makes you feel as tho your existence has some value to society, be my guest. After all, it's the only thing you have to help you get thru your day, isn't it? (It sure isn't your photographic ability.) BTW ... I've never voted on your garbage for two reasons: first, to vote on it would mean that I'd actually have to look at it which I simply cannot force myself to do; and second, one star is too high a rating for it. And I won't thank you for your service because you probably were as cowardly then as you are being now. Or have I judged you wrong? Let's see if you have enough courage to reply, "Vet". But you can't do that, can you? Because then all the folks who contribute their fine pics would know it is you. And you can't just suddenly stop giving everyone those one-star votes, either. Because a bunch of us are watching you every day, and if you suddenly stop, you give yourself away. So you are stuck, Chickenman. << That's our nickname for you. lol It's like a military aviator's nickname. It goes between your first name and your last name. Say it to yourself. lolol

Written on 23.07.2019 by Gary Schenauer

It is also obvious that when the display area was being prepared, some thought was given to making it rather unique. The ground upon which this Voodoo is displayed was built up to be a little hill which enabled the Voodoo to be canted as tho in flight despite the fact that it was going to be on the ground instead of on sticks.

Written on 23.07.2019 by Gary Schenauer

A rare picture of a rare bird!
How did you do this?

Written on 23.07.2019 by Daniel Rytz

Perhaps it's N943L

Written on 23.07.2019 by jaxstrw

Thanks Angel!

Written on 23.07.2019 by rwb2112

WoW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Written on 23.07.2019 by Breanne Hunte

Caleb: You are correct. N310EA is also shown on Wikipedia along with historical info. Long before Flightaware, I established a file with neat aircraft to save and when going through it the other day chose this one to display for members. This is clearly an old photo and even shows some vintage cars in the lower left. This aircraft was delivered from Lockheed to Eastern in April 1972, 8 months later it went down due to pilot error.

Written on 23.07.2019 by warmwynds

N310EA, this is the aircraft involved in the accident 401, this picture is in March 1972.

Written on 23.07.2019 by Caleb Vindas

https://flightaware.com/photos/view/4433604-b5a4fd8925ec2e69f3097ea535ef706d9169904d/all/sort/votes/page/1

Written on 23.07.2019 by Viv Pike

Copy !!

Written on 23.07.2019 by Viv Pike

Before the Registration number N94JL went to that Gulfstream it was assigned to a 1993 Kolb (Bombardier Rotax) "Firestar" Experimental. Perhaps if it is that N94JL it is this single-engine aircraft.

Written on 23.07.2019 by warmwynds

A good overview of the fate of this aircraft is here https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Air_Lines_Flight_401

Written on 23.07.2019 by John McArthur

This aircraft met an unfortunate end on December 29, 1972 when it flew its last flight as Eastern Air Lines flight 401. The pilots were distracted by a burned out indicator light and did not notice that by bumping the yoke they had disengaged the autopilot. The aircraft entered into an imperceivable descent from 2000 feet. The pilots didn’t realize the situation they were in until 10 seconds before the plane impacted the ground. 101 of the 176 passengers and crew were killed in the accident.

Due to the nature of the crash many parts were salvageable and put into spare part inventory. Many crew members that flew on planes that had parts from N310EA reported paranormal activity. Despite denying all accounts of paranormal activity Eastern Air Lines removed any and all salvaged parts from the fleet.

Written on 23.07.2019 by Benjamin Lembree

I don't know what the reg number of this Diamond is but it isn't N9432 nor is it N94JL.

Written on 23.07.2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Thank you, Todd, for the comment. It would appear that time would have included those McConnell Douglas DC-9's and 10's too. The remaining DC 10's are still hanging in there as Cargo carriers along with the 747's. Miss those Military fares on the weekends. Once had a military hop to McGuire A.F.B on a C5A. That was some hop on take-off down the runway!

Written on 23.07.2019 by warmwynds

Nice photo. I have a few fond memories of riding in an L-1011, and 727s, also from my military days.

Written on 23.07.2019 by ToddBaldwin3

Who wants to see this?

Written on 23.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

? who wants to see this?

Written on 23.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

An other insult to any plane spotter.

Written on 23.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

Who wants to see this?

Written on 23.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

Who wants to see this?

Written on 23.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

C.W.

During my military years, I got to fly on Eastern and National Boeing 727's. That was another great-looking design with the 3 Engines. Those aircraft sip the Jet Fuel like they were Pina Colada's!

Written on 22.07.2019 by warmwynds

Rich:
Always loved the L-1011 and that is a great shot here! Flew aboard them a number of times when i was a young boy, all Delta birds though! Rode in the back a lot and the sound of #2 RR RB211 engine was music to my ears! 5 stars plus!!
"Hundo"

Written on 22.07.2019 by C.W. Reed

C.W.

Before this fades into the oblivion of the sites pages I'm hoping you did catch a glance of this Whisperliner. While in service it did not fly upside down, within' feet of another aircraft, carry armament, refuel in mid-air, land on aircraft carriers or fly in formations of L-1011's that I know of. This is just a marvelous livery by Eastern Air Lines that was in my files. Thanks to all the views/votes as I did not post it for that however I will award it my own member "pick".

Written on 22.07.2019 by warmwynds

Mr Lonnie Penner
ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Mr Dwight Hartje
ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Mr jim garrity
ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Excellent catch of a rare bird, Miss Angel! 5 stars!
"Hundo"

Written on 22.07.2019 by C.W. Reed

Mr Anabela Simões

ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Mr AWspicious13

ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Mr Kam Bahrami
ありがとうございます = Thank you for comment!!

Written on 22.07.2019 by seabose

Great shot...love the color scheme...sharp!

Written on 22.07.2019 by FDX757

Awsum !

Written on 22.07.2019 by Angel Vee

not me. the other junk imo is the contrails

Written on 22.07.2019 by a mentor

Used to fly PSA back in the 80's...always a great experience. 5 stars here!
"Hundo"

Written on 22.07.2019 by C.W. Reed

Early version of the F4U with the tri-bladed prop. Later versions were four-bladed

Written on 22.07.2019 by a mentor

What is the difference in the RC-135W and the 135S? I flew the 135Ms in Oki and the tail number is similar to our birds.

Written on 22.07.2019 by Alan Brown

I always enjoy seeing pictures of these birds. You are right about there not being too many still flying.

Written on 22.07.2019 by Alan Brown

THe Registration number is not correct that you entered. Should be N742PS.
Still a nice photo of this Special Livery for the former Pacific Coast Airlines.

Written on 22.07.2019 by warmwynds

Recon; spy plane.

Written on 22.07.2019 by Diana Rose

Definitely a CC-106 Yukon , Royal Canadian Air Force marking on fuselage .
The nose/cockpit area has a Russian look to it .

Written on 22.07.2019 by peter tomlinson

Thank you for the photo!

Written on 22.07.2019 by Bryce Onjukka

Paul Wisgerhof - this one is a Canadair CL-44 (RCAF CC-106 Yukon).

Written on 22.07.2019 by cliff731

Where were you when you took shot?

Written on 22.07.2019 by john brandt

Apparently an Ilyushin 18.

Written on 22.07.2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Registered in Czechia. If it were registered in Austria the tail number would begin with "OE".

Written on 22.07.2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Looks to be an RC-135S Cobra Ball.

Written on 22.07.2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Very nice picture!

Written on 22.07.2019 by eric anstine

Air condition on :-)

Written on 21.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

very nice!

Written on 21.07.2019 by Guido Warnecke

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