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is the star, underside right wing pointed in the wrong direction?

Written on 05/24/2019 by 96flstc

This Boeing C-17A is USAF s/n 03-3116... for which Joe Baugher adds this information...

"03-3116/3127", "Boeing C-17A Lot XV Globemaster III",
"MSN 50124/50135, line number F123/F134",
"3116 (MSN 50124/F123) with 172nd AW, Mississippi ANG in 2014."

Written on 05/23/2019 by cliff731

i'm not sure . Go Sox !

Written on 05/23/2019 by John Marotta

5*

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

Crazy pic!! so clear 5*

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

another cool pic!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

amazing pic!!!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

amazing pic man!!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

pretty cool

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

nice pic

Written on 05/23/2019 by Colton Fletcher

Thanks

Written on 05/23/2019 by Brian Buckley

just a little tire smoke!

Written on 05/23/2019 by 96flstc

And it appears to have a new owner and new paint since I saw it in 2012.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

More from Joe Baugher:

Douglas C-124C Globemaster II, 53-050 (MSN 44345) was with with 28th ATS at Hill AFB, and with 151st MAG of Utah ANG. To storage at MASDC in 1973. Now on display at Hill AFB, Utah.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

Thanks for all the extra info, everyone!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

Another nice pic, Parker! FYI, the N number is: N2871G.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

That's a nice pic of an interesting a/c, Parker! I was interested in it and started poking around to find more info. I believe this a/c's FAA N number is: N4313. And if that's correct, then here is more info from Joe Baugher's website:

Douglas A-26B-50-DL Invader, 44-34313 (MSN 27592) went directly to storage and then to Korea with 3rd BW and then to 452nd BW. Damaged by AAA Dec 27, 1951 and recovered at K-46, Korea. In May 1952 to 17th BW. Sold as surplus in 1957 and registered as N5457V. Modified as aerial tanker in 1960 and flew in Oregon as air tanker until 1974. Sold to Conair in British Columbia as C-GHLK until retired in 1987. Resided in Canadian museums until purchased by David Lane and is flying as N119DR. Seen at Reno Air Races Aug 2002. In 2007 seen sitting in a storage yard at San Diego Air and Space Museum.

I'm also guessing that the "BC" in BC-313, as seen on the a/c, refers to BLACK CROW AVIATION LLC (in California) which is listed by the FAA as the registered owner.

So, assuming all that is correct, BC must have acquired it sometime after 2007 and managed to get it back in the air. In any case, pretty interesting! Oh, and you might want to add a "4" to the front of the registration number. It should be: 44-34313.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

Not sure where this plan is made but it was in route from fl to New Orleans la on 5/23/19 @ 1530 Zulu I have never seen or heard of type!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Mike Herrington

Nice catch with the prop vortex!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Lonnie Penner

From Joe Baugher:

Consolidated PB4Y-2 Privateer, (SN:) 66302, now with Hawkins and Powers as N2871G water bomber no. 121. Seen at Flagstaff Airport air show Aug 26, 2017.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Greg Byington

A million rivets in loose formation.

Written on 05/23/2019 by charles snyder

looks like Crater Lake, OR below

Written on 05/23/2019 by a mentor

Slats were first developed by Gustav Lachmann in 1918 and typically deployed for STOL (short takeoff & landing) designs like the Fieseler Storch

Written on 05/23/2019 by a mentor

Beautiful foto Michael!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Nice foto!

Written on 05/23/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Lol. That is funny HowSwedeitis!!

Written on 05/23/2019 by Lonnie Penner

*click* ".. cleared to land, runway one-four" *click* "nine tango x-ray, copy, hold my beer"

Written on 05/23/2019 by thegrump

Buc-ee's been berry berry good :)

Written on 05/23/2019 by thegrump

The livery is a nice touch, matches the Cigna color theme. Just love the 900, it's got great proportions and there's something about the tri-jet look (727, L-1011, DC10) that really floats my boat.

Written on 05/23/2019 by thegrump

If only it were a Boeing! lol Great shot! =)

Written on 05/23/2019 by HowSwedeitis

Beautiful photo!

Written on 05/23/2019 by HowSwedeitis

lol
OBEY the EU basically...
Time to leave! ;)

Written on 05/23/2019 by HowSwedeitis

Krueger flaps

Written on 05/23/2019 by Dave Sheehy

verry nice !

Written on 05/23/2019 by tommy enneper

Another superb foto Gary!

Written on 05/23/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

This is one of NOAA's hurricane hunters. They are also used in the mid-west to hunt tornadoes.

Written on 05/23/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Haha Thanks Chris

Written on 05/23/2019 by Louis Newman

This is a Beech 65 Queen Air.

Written on 05/22/2019 by Michael Gower

What are the panels hanging from the wing leading edge? Are they the predecessors of slats?

Written on 05/22/2019 by Michael Gower

This is a Pioneer 330 ACRO, not an Airbus.

Written on 05/22/2019 by Michael Gower

41037 came from RAF Alconbury

Written on 05/22/2019 by Dave Wentzel

Four Birds in this pik

Written on 05/22/2019 by Angel Vee

Nice shot of my hometown units C-130.

Written on 05/22/2019 by jim gevay

Nice shot of a good looking business jet!

Written on 05/22/2019 by rwb2112

Great pic, the one I dream to catch!

Written on 05/22/2019 by daniel lengjel

I have a Super 80 movie on my YouTube channel now, my channel is called Brennan's Flight Factor! You all can check it out if you want! It's awesome!

Written on 05/22/2019 by Brennan Henderson

Keith- nice picture! This should be a PA24 under aircraft type, not a PA22. This nice retract is NOT a TRi-Pacer :)

Written on 05/22/2019 by John Carpenter

Nice picture. Never got to fly on a DC-6. It is cool seeing picture of what it looked like while in-flight!

Written on 05/22/2019 by Raymond Puff

Now that's what I call "fair weather" flying!

Written on 05/22/2019 by James Driskell

Hey that's me!

Written on 05/22/2019 by lazy8

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