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Wow, I've got one out of two still flying ... lucky me ;-)
Thanks for your comments!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Andreas Stöckl

5 stars dude exceptional capture!!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Yvon Dionne

VERY nice. All that does not happen every time. Right angle, right moment, right light. Excellent!

Written on 23/01/2019 by cboginsk

That Gary is a photographers dream. You would not have gotten the contrast on the aircraft skin without the aid of those clouds. Great shot - kudos. A very nice DC-3 to be sure.

Written on 23/01/2019 by cboginsk

Sports charters through the winter and spring

Written on 23/01/2019 by Joel Shkedy

Thank you!!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Joel Shkedy

Thanks Christian!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Joel Shkedy

FAA registry says this one was built in 1946, making it among the last of the 12750 or so built.

Written on 23/01/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

👍

Written on 23/01/2019 by abbas Salama

Funniest looking helicopter I have ever seen!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Paul Wisgerhof

Just saw this on a late-night MeTV episode of Mannix. Nice to see it's still registered.

Written on 23/01/2019 by Decosse

Nice picture! Well done.

Written on 23/01/2019 by 璐铭 于

That is a beatiful airplane and an outstanding photograph. Great job of getting the image with the contrasting light.

Written on 23/01/2019 by Jimmy Robinson

Very nice, Gary. Agree with Cliff regarding the dark clouds. And yes - you seem to have an awful lot of good fortune!

Written on 23/01/2019 by Viv Pike

Forgive me for it is a flaw of mine. But because this photo was uploaded immediately following one of mine I sort of viewed it as competition. How silly of me. It's a great photo and definitely deserving of the attention it's getting.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Michael Rodeback

Huy, Sorry!!!! My Error
Thank you very much, Alexander.
Best Regards.-

Written on 22/01/2019 by Manuel EstevezR

Gerald Nielsen... You are very welcome and thanks for sharing this photo with us!

Written on 22/01/2019 by cliff731

Gary... that overcast sky lighting does wonders for photographic results!

Written on 22/01/2019 by cliff731

The aircraft that gave me my certificate. I noticed she has been sold and is being used frequently in Florida. I hope the new owner is enjoying her. cornell.kenny@gmail.com

Written on 22/01/2019 by Ken Cornell

Scaled Composites 351 Stratolaunch

Written on 22/01/2019 by andré belleau

Thanks cliff731! Very awesome history of the aircraft! The photo was taken in the early 80's when it sat just outside of the main entrance gate at AF Plant 4 in Fort Worth during the General Dynamics F-16 program days (now Lockheed). Beautiful aircraft that I never had the privilege to witness fly.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Gerald Nielsen

Cade, C.W., and Greg ... TYVM, guys. Very much appreciated. (Wave)

Written on 22/01/2019 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks, Greg, and also ... be advised that your pic is outstanding. You were trying to shoot thru a terminal gate window, and there are three reasons that such shots are immensely difficult: 1) those windows are always tinted, 2) those windows always have reflections, and 3) those windows are always dirty on the outside (and sometimes on the inside, too). Given that you were trying to cope with all of those impediments and you could not remedy any of them, your snap of this QXE Dash 8 is superb.
C.W. .... Howdy and Thank You again for your comments and friendship.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Gary Schenauer

There was no one on board because the crew had just gone back to the terminal leaving me to get any photos I wanted. When these black clouds came over rather suddenly, I thought it was going to start snowing, and I planned to either get someone to close up the stairs or I was going to close them myself. However, the strong and gusty north wind blew the dark clouds away just as quickly as it had blown them overhead and within a few minutes the sun was back out, but not before I was able to snap some cool shots with the very dark clouds in them.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Gary Schenauer

N27GM 1980 Rutan VariEze

Written on 22/01/2019 by andré belleau

nice shot...have you seen the inside on first class..you can see it on the emirates website its insane

Written on 22/01/2019 by ralston boram

@Andi: ja haha :-D

Written on 22/01/2019 by Christoph Plank

Well stated, Gary... and certainly an exemplary photo capture!!! :-)

Written on 22/01/2019 by cliff731

Unique!

Written on 22/01/2019 by Manuel Robalino

Nice looking PC 24!

Written on 22/01/2019 by Redfoxsnowshoe

Sauber ... fast zeitgleich mit meiner RCG raufgeladen ;-)

Written on 22/01/2019 by Andreas Stöckl

This B-58A is likely USAF s/n 55-668, MSN 9, from the initial service test aircraft and then designated a YB-58A-1-CF Hustler according to Mr. Joe Baugher's excellent information...

"55-662/672, Convair YB-58A-1-CF Hustler, MSN 3/13. Service test aircraft. Later redesignated B-58A".

Mr. Baugher further adds this regarding 55-668...

"668 (MSN 9) assigned to 6592nd Test Squadron at Carswell AFB, Texas and used for various special projects; Hughes AN/APQ-69 SLAR, Goodyear AN/APS-73. Originally scheduled to be first airframe fitted with J79-GE-9 engines for B-58B. Converted to TB-58A. Assigned to 43rd Bombardment Wing, Carswell AFB, TX. Later to Little Rock AFB, AR(.) Named ‘Wild Child II’, Named ‘Peeping Tom’. To MASDC as BQ081 (or BQ084) Jan 16, 1970. Put on display at Southwest Aerospace Museum, Fort Worth, TX. Following closure of that museum, transferred to Meacham Airport where it was to be put in a museum to be built at the airport. Plans for the museum were dropped. Briefly moved to AF Plant No 4 and displayed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the CONVAIR plant. Plane then moved to the Lone Star Flight Museum of Galveston, TX in 1990. Hurricane struck the museum and damaged and destroyed many of their aircraft. The museum was able to acquire a new building, but they no longer wanted the Hustler. Moved to Little Rock AFB in 2012 where it was be put on display at an airpark there. In Aug 2012 was on display at Little Rock AFB, Arkansas."

I will surmise then that unless this aircraft was later modified back to a B-58 version, it is a surviving example of a TB-58A Hustler. A number of the YB-58A Hustlers were so converted... possibly as many as eight (8) according to Wiki. Mr. Baugher's information indicates that only six (6) YB-58A aircraft were converted to the TB-58A trainer version, along with one (1) XB-58A converted to a TB-58A, which would result in seven (7) total TB-58A trainers.

http://www.joebaugher.com/usaf_serials/1955.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Convair_B-58_Hustler

Written on 22/01/2019 by cliff731

Great shot!

Written on 22/01/2019 by Nathen Sieben

Nice catch mate.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Nathen Sieben

Shouldn't get much closer to one of these when it is manned and moving unless a) you're IN it, b) you're being targeted BY it, or c) you can run REALLY fast. And this click was taken as it had already passed within feet of me and was turning and moving away. In the earlier pic sequences, it and two more just like it were moving directly toward me. And looking thru the viewfinder of a camera as three Army AH-64 Apaches are coming at you makes you know you are even more defenseless than a duck in a shooting gallery so you just may as well keep snapping the shutter 'cause there's nowhere to run and even less time than no time to get there.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Gary Schenauer

great shot....and especially with a phone

Written on 22/01/2019 by ralston boram

niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice man

Written on 22/01/2019 by ralston boram

wow what a storm!

Written on 22/01/2019 by Colton Fletcher

WOW ! What a capture. Well done.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Hugh Reid

Great photo, and again a one of a kind. Thank you for posting this.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Alan Brown

Great photo! Framing is really great.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Alan Brown

Great photo! Thanks.

Written on 22/01/2019 by Alan Brown

Rest in peace.

Written on 22/01/2019 by AABABY

Thanks for the kind comments. Forgot to mention in the original post, his call sign was "Pancho".

Written on 22/01/2019 by Chris Hughes

That is just such a beautiful picture. 5*

Written on 22/01/2019 by Colton Fletcher

Thank you all, glad you liked it!

Written on 22/01/2019 by rwb2112

Thank you!

Written on 22/01/2019 by rwb2112

Thanks Chris !!

Written on 22/01/2019 by ken kemper

Cool Shot John!!! 5*****

Written on 22/01/2019 by Cade Emtage

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Written on 22/01/2019 by Viv Pike

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