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I flew over to Ireland from ORD on the 787 , it was a great flight .I even got to set in the captain seat .

Written on 21/01/2020 by doug marshburn

I flew over to Ireland from ORD on the 787 , it was a great flight .I even got to set in the captain seat .

Written on 21/01/2020 by doug marshburn

Simmons Airlines in my youth. Oh the memories...

Written on 20/01/2020 by Joe Mayer

I don't understand why they didn't produce many more of these than they did. Seemed like a home run plane.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Joe Mayer

Steven, sounds as if more pilot than plane perhaps.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

That is beautiful, but then Pilatus make beautiful civil aircraft - personal bias!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Thanks for your very high compliment Gary. The heat from the ground this day ruined about 70% of the afternoon's effort and frustratingly it wasn't a really hot day, only about 25 degrees C, 77 F. You should see what hit the cutting room floor, including more of the above on final approach - come on winter!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Nice Falcon!

Written on 20/01/2020 by missy kroll

Many thanks!

Written on 20/01/2020 by goodluck747400

Superb shot!

Written on 20/01/2020 by rwb2112

Nice!

Written on 20/01/2020 by rwb2112

Nice catch!

Written on 20/01/2020 by rwb2112

Pas Dornier---Sikorsky Sea King

Written on 20/01/2020 by andré belleau

Yep, United Express also flew them from TOl to ORD...early 90's worst flight of my life, landing virtually 0/0 with power settings all over the place and engines shaking on the wings. Never saw the ground until we carrier-landed on it.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Steven Miller

Bitte schön! I'm still around, and I do check out your shots. I just haven't had much time to let you know. I love and look forward to all your pics! Macht's gut!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Greg Byington

GREAT shot. Excellent detail. I enjoyed this look. Thanks, Greg. *****

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Glad to hear you're doing well, Gary! Yeah, the rod in my leg does not usually present a problem at the airport. In fact, it rarely, if ever, trips the metal detector. I normally only mention it if they ask. Then they use the wand. It isn't much of an issue. Keep up the good work and take care going up the Rattlesnake! ;-)

Written on 20/01/2020 by Greg Byington

SUPERB!!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Five sleigh bells for this excellent catch, Dave! *****+

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

The background scenes in most of your pics are totally outstanding, Darryl. Five Bravos. These are super interesting shots.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

All your snaps are UHQ, Gavin (Ultra Hi Quality). On a scale of 1 to 5, looks like solid "10"s to me. Super clicks! Thanks for sharing them.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

TY, Jim. Much appreciated. (Wave) Michael ... Thanks. (Wave) Greg and Viv ... The walker AND the cane are now officially "retired" from use. Doc has given the "all clear." He was very impressed; only took me nine weeks to heal it up and get back to two-leg status. I was doing a ton of exercise daily; was even walking a mile (WITH a walker) in the first 3 weeks. Doc says the titanium stick stays in permanently but I don't have to worry about going thru the TSA machine -- all I have to do is tell them there's a rod and they will see it when I pass thru. Might get "pulled over' for a wand and a frisk but other than that there should be no problem. I hiked over 3 miles yesterday and I'm going to do the climb up Rattlesnake Mtn (near RNO) within the next 10 days. Doc said OK but insists I not do it solo (AND that I use the cane) because it is quite steep in places and the footing is loose rocks. Feels great to be 100% back in unrestricted action! (Both Thumbs Up)

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Viv ... Thank you much, my friend. Keep an eye open for an e/m from me .... It will be that closeup pic of Tom C as "Mav" when he was waving to me as his Hornet was landing right next to me after a filming session. I won't be posting it to FA or any other public access site (for obvious reasons).

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Hiya, Greg. Thanx, my friend. I'm behind on checkin' out your posts. I'll be catchin' up. TOM!! Hokey Smokes! How are ya? What's new by you? TY 4 the compli.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Viv & Darryl >> TYVVM to both of you.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Dave, Hundo, Gavin, and Darryl >> Howdy to all of you and much Thanx for your comments and complis. Gavin >> (Grin) You must be a photographer .... you immediately identified the advantage that overcast skies provide AND you also knew that black and white are not colors and gray is a neutral so BK Blue actually has no color on it. (Wave, a grin, and a High 5 to you, sir). Dave, Hundo, and Darryl >> Any of you lads ever find yourselves heading for my turf here in N Nevada, let me know with a bit of advance notice and I'll arrange for some fine spotting activity during your visit(s). (Two thumbs up)

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Thats probably very loud

Written on 20/01/2020 by Jonah Crosby

Cool

Written on 20/01/2020 by Jonah Crosby

The north end of the parking garage is one of 28 photo spotting positions around RNO. Until recently, there were 30 but two, including one prime location, are unusable now due to new construction.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gary Schenauer

Thanks for your comment, it's very much appreciated. I was lucky to get a reasonable result as there wasn't much light to work with and it did require some post-production.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

The faa reg. takes time to transfer (gov.), it's ok now jessie!

Written on 20/01/2020 by jim garrity

Mark, Brett thank you!

Written on 20/01/2020 by rwb2112

Thank you Serge.

Written on 20/01/2020 by rwb2112

Chaque fois que je découvre une photo de noratlas surtout en descente, bravo Jean-Pierre, Rare. Émotionnel, merci.,!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Gérard MATHIEU

less money on bling... more on crew training!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Cole Neill

Nice helicopter!

Written on 20/01/2020 by missy kroll

Thanks Al!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Mason Beitz

Fantastic shot Gary! 5 *'s Thank you for sharing!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Darryl Sarno

Always delightful.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Dan Little

Wonderful detail! Quite the excellent use of light.

Written on 20/01/2020 by BigAlOutWest

AWESOME PHOTO. Love the depth of field and the heat from the engines declaring hot, fast air. Let's get up and outta here! Off to new places and bright horizons.

Written on 20/01/2020 by BigAlOutWest

@joanwilliams https://www.public.navy.mil/airfor/vaw120/community/Pages/default.aspx

Written on 20/01/2020 by Jonah Saitz

Thank you Gary for your kind words. I know you will get it. Love your photos as well...you have some amazing shots!

Written on 20/01/2020 by Darryl Sarno

I currently fly this Pilatus
Great shot!

Written on 20/01/2020 by brett fuller

Saw this aircraft in an "NCIS,NEW ORLEANS" episode!!

Written on 20/01/2020 by uhland

When the photo is this blurred, please don't post it.

Written on 20/01/2020 by Michael Gower

I thought only E-2's were the only aircraft in Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadrons and C-2's were just COD's.

Written on 19/01/2020 by Joan Williams

Great shot. At least a positive of overcast is that there are no harsh shadows and in this case you didn't even have to worry about a color loss on the plane!

Written on 19/01/2020 by Gavin Hughes

Was chief engineer on on this program for awhile after we got the aircraft mod done to install the telescope. The picture shows the aircraft with uprated -15 engines to provide the extra performance to get to altitude faster (as well as better high-altitude mission performance...). Since the telescope is pre-cooled on the ground prior takeoff, they want to get to altitude as quickly as possible before opening the door so the telescope won't go through thermal cycles. Plenty of interior pictures can be found at nasa.gov and search for "sofia interior pictures"

Written on 19/01/2020 by Mark Henley

Fits the back ground excellently! Another 5 star shot, Gary! Hoosier cheers!:-)

Hundo

Written on 19/01/2020 by C.W. Reed

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