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great shot, Brian? This photo should be deleted, should never have been posted. Unless you like photos that show what are sure to be some body parts and soon to die fellow aviators in them.

Written on 05.12.2022 by Rick D

in retrospect, without a mouse, mobile devices aint no fun to use Google search -- sigh

Written on 05.12.2022 by a mentor

An absolutely horrible tragedy that could have been avoided with std heavy and fighter altitude deconfliction. Read the NTSB preliminary report ( and watch the video (

Written on 05.12.2022 by Hawk Moore

befreefilm 100% true

Written on 05.12.2022 by Brian Elling

Air Boss had the fighters and bombers switch lanes. Bombers from the 500 foot line to the 1,000 foot line and the Fighters from the 1,000 foot line to the 500. They were doing what they were instructed to do.
Rest in peace un-replaceable men and machines.

Written on 05.12.2022 by befreefilm

Yes, you uploaded it 3 times now! Is it your photo?

Written on 05.12.2022 by Brian Wilkes

Nice shot of an uninspired paint job.

Written on 05.12.2022 by Paul Wisgerhof

Glenn Mottley, according to the Museum website it is a Douglas A4A.

Written on 04.12.2022 by avgeeked

So beautiful

Written on 04.12.2022 by Edel Jesús

Wouldn't a TA-4 be a 2 seater?....Keeps good company, an A-7 in the background.

Written on 04.12.2022 by Glenn Mottley

My original ATC home. A306's, B763's, and B752's made up every other plane we moved in the late 2000's.

Written on 04.12.2022 by Ryan Jaros

Beautiful paint !!

Written on 04.12.2022 by Rick Arnett

Very sad

Written on 04.12.2022 by ginervra

tragic incident ...a great shot of the accident tho.

Written on 04.12.2022 by Brian Rushfeldt

He was painted olive drab which matched the ground below thus harder to see from above before executing his turn.

Written on 03.12.2022 by William Crooker

Yes, all the clutter fits nicely to frame the view.

Written on 03.12.2022 by Diana Rose

A real cool shot!

Written on 03.12.2022 by Diana Rose

An absolutely gorgeous morning ... except ... it was pretty dang cold (18 F) on that open taxiway where I was positioned.

Written on 03.12.2022 by Gary Schenauer

Just being a curious monkey...
Anyone know if anyone has ever gotten one of these big windowed fa50 military versions put on a civilian registry?
Straight 50 or 50ex.

Written on 03.12.2022 by twizzle

Myself, I enjoy the look of an fa50 with the registration under the H-stab
Another example is M-ODUS

Written on 03.12.2022 by twizzle

tremendous shot

Written on 03.12.2022 by Brian Rushfeldt

P63 well out of his lane and was he hotshoting ???

Written on 03.12.2022 by Brian Rushfeldt

Wow. An unbelievable kewl shot. Nice!

Written on 03.12.2022 by D Kaufman

no A 330-900

Written on 03.12.2022 by Brian Rushfeldt

nice TR's

Written on 03.12.2022 by steffanw15

Nice Bird

Written on 03.12.2022 by steffanw15

Thank you, Greg Byington!!

Written on 03.12.2022 by avgeeked

Nice pic, avgeeked! If you change the Aircraft Type Code to just "A4" it should display correctly. Also, for chugheset, you might like a couple of my pics of a T-bird F-4 here:

and here:

And that is a good link, a mentor!

Written on 03.12.2022 by Greg Byington

Red works at night.

Written on 03.12.2022 by Daniel Nicholson

Great Sunset (?)

Written on 03.12.2022 by marylou anderson

very cool

Written on 03.12.2022 by marylou anderson

i'm always amazed when I see the lack of searching present here; it's as if Google doesn't exist - sigh. Seaching for Blue Angels, the first return
makes the question irrelevant

Written on 03.12.2022 by a mentor

DLX?? perhaps??

Written on 03.12.2022 by d Rhodes

Correct me if I'm wrong but that looks like a Piper Malibu Meridian. The Mirage used the Lycoming O-540 air-cooled six-cylinder engine. The aircraft shown has I believe the Pratt & Whitney PT6 Turbine.

Written on 03.12.2022 by Vinny Barbin

Seriously wrong color for undercover work!

Written on 03.12.2022 by chugheset

I remember as a kid seeing the Thunderbirds flying F4's. It was so awesome.

Written on 03.12.2022 by chugheset

I like everything about this hanger.

Written on 03.12.2022 by chugheset

very nice photo

Written on 03.12.2022 by CESAR MATTOS

@Bob Harrington, The website does state "our A-4A is painted and marked to represent an A-4F as flown by the US Navy Blue Angels Demonstration Team from 1974-1986." For more information visit:

Written on 03.12.2022 by avgeeked

I didn't think the Blues ever flew the early model Scooters(?) - is this a museum repaint, or an ex-USN traveling exhibit?

Written on 03.12.2022 by Bob Harrington

Looks like just rotated

Written on 03.12.2022 by Tomer Ariav

Sky Scooter

Written on 03.12.2022 by Mark Bullock

See the DMZ in your A4-E, America is telling you to go.

Written on 02.12.2022 by Richard Waldren

Where was this photo taken?

Written on 02.12.2022 by Jack Zatirka

Does this plane no longer have the MSU bobcats livery?

Written on 02.12.2022 by charlie melnarik

Golf cart makes a slick little tractor for moving the plane. When not moving the plane (most of the time) it's a very nice golf cart. Hard to beat that.

Written on 02.12.2022 by John Yarno

very nice

Written on 02.12.2022 by Robert Sloane

brings back a few memories

Written on 02.12.2022 by Robert Sloane

Nice picture Brian, the first upload from you, congrats! If you type PRM1 in the aircraft type field it will be tagged correctly.

Written on 02.12.2022 by davesheehy

Error uploading.

Written on 02.12.2022 by Steve Vit

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