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Can not be USAF s/n 15-0088... but it apparently is USAF s/n 95-0088 (even if operated by the U.S. Army... but such things are "fluid" in the U.S. military/naval forces with this type of a/c)... :-)

From Joe Baugher's published information...

"95-0088/0101 Raytheon Beech C-12R Huron, MSN BW-016/029, All converted to C-12V".

Written on 20/10/2019 by cliff731

Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone. Glad I got a chance to see this wonderful aircraft.

Written on 20/10/2019 by Cbro4

Gary... *F*I*V*E* stars for this photo capture and share!!! This racing business has never been without risks, whether on land, sea, or in the air!!! Fact!!! :-)

Written on 20/10/2019 by cliff731

Gorgeous portrait Fabian!

Written on 20/10/2019 by Mark Thomas

CooooL!!

Written on 20/10/2019 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

Thank you very much. Your comment will be my next energy.

Written on 20/10/2019 by Kazuyuki Taniguchi

*F*I*V*E* more "AG" aviation stars again, Ron...!!! :-)

Written on 20/10/2019 by cliff731

*F*I*V*E* "Ag" aircraft stars, Ron...!!! I was "over flown" twice yesterday by one of these types!!! :-)

Written on 20/10/2019 by cliff731

I flew home from Vancouver nonstop to Sydney on C-FNNH nearly three months ago on July 26. 15 HOURS 45 MINS from gate to gate. Excellent AC crew too.

Written on 20/10/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Serge : j'ai pris la photo lors d'un meeting à Issoire (Cervolix / Ailes et Volcans) en septembre 2019.

Written on 20/10/2019 by Jean-Pierre MARTINROCHE

Great shot!!!

Written on 20/10/2019 by Lonnie Penner

I'm lucky I got these Jumbos as it was the last time they will visit my home town. QANTAS is retiring all of them. There might be the odd Atlas Global 747 on military charter, but no more with the flying kangaroo. I feel lucky to have seen three this year.

https://www.steve-vit.com.au/Boeing_747/index.html

Written on 19/10/2019 by Steve Vit

Robert Mills JR, please send me a message on Facebook if you are after a print. I'll give you some options other than a physical print as I'm based in Central Quuensland. Easier to sell you a file that you can get printed yourself. Cheaper for you too.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Steve Vit

Thank you Leland!

Written on 19/10/2019 by Mark Thomas

It is an RC-12K Huron reg 15-0088. Likely USAF both by the reg series and the "Full United States of America" in the livery.
Airframe developed from King Air but several "mil-spec" enhancements...

Written on 19/10/2019 by skylab72

THAT is a very AWESOME shot Mark!!

Written on 19/10/2019 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Thanks WhiteKnight77. It seems the 'N' is being inserted automatically on upload. Some of the Australian military numbers aren't coming up correctly either. The RAN helicopters start with an 'N' too, but they get deleted automatically. Never mind, still a great site for photos.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Steve Vit

George, it is the weight of the cannon that keeps the nose down. When they remove it for service the tail hs to be propped up

Written on 19/10/2019 by Rick Brummett

Keep at it marylou. The more you practice, the luckier you get. I use a monopd rather than a tripod. The viewing platform won't accommodate a tripod, and it I was on the ground, I wouldn't be able shoot over the fence.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Steve Vit

Brilliant capture!

Written on 19/10/2019 by Alexander Viduetsky

lindo

Written on 19/10/2019 by jose Barbosa

The Tiger and Gypsy are some of the most graceful planes aloft IMO

Written on 19/10/2019 by a mentor

hmm, we went snorkeling; you can drink and watch the sunset anywhere :-)

Written on 19/10/2019 by a mentor

No luck here. Very skilled eye behind that lens and steady as she goes hands on that tripod!
Great job.
love it.

Written on 19/10/2019 by marylou anderson

Such great soft wonderful light.
You nailed it.

Written on 19/10/2019 by marylou anderson

Interesting B & W composition!

Written on 19/10/2019 by marylou anderson

Great pic!

Written on 19/10/2019 by marylou anderson

What a great shot!

Written on 19/10/2019 by marylou anderson

Thanks for a great shot. My wife and I spent most of a day there doing plane watching when our cruise ship stopped there. This was one of our most exciting and affordable excursions during this cruise. (cocktails excluded)!

Written on 19/10/2019 by Leon Kay

Meanwhile, SUPERB, overhead of 747-400ER touching down with tire rubber smoke trails.
Much appreciated is the exact description by the author of where he got the shot.
GOT TO GO THERE!

Written on 19/10/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Military aircraft do not have N-numbers. It is usually a 6 digit number instead, such as 154799 (the Bureau number of the CH-46 I crewed years ago).

Written on 19/10/2019 by WhiteKnight77

1941 DE HAVILLAND DH-82A
GREAT looking A/C, NICE pic!

Written on 19/10/2019 by jesse kyzer

thank you guys

Written on 19/10/2019 by Danny Kahra

Twin tails, favor the old C-119.

Written on 19/10/2019 by JAMES GLENN

Thanks for another one of your good photos.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Leon Kay

epic pic

Written on 19/10/2019 by Mike Abbott

Music...not noise.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Royd Nuckols

WOW!

Written on 19/10/2019 by tlfunk5

BA!

Written on 19/10/2019 by tlfunk5

Stunning!

Written on 19/10/2019 by tlfunk5

❤️

Written on 19/10/2019 by Gafin Vod

My Photo of Omega Tankers KC-10A N974VV climbing out on takeoff from Myrtle Beach International (MYR) Airport on March 9, 2019.

Written on 19/10/2019 by Lee Norberg

Nice pic and nice landscape!! 5*

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

It's a puzzle??????? lol

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

I love that 777 with any livery... beautiful photo

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

THAT'S a picture!!!! excellent Danny!!! 10*

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

EXCELLENT airplane... a bit noisy but excellent! Nice Pic.5*

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

We had these in DGAC (french Aviation Author) similar to FAA. I flew on it : 180CV , not very fast , heavy, but easy for short airstrips. We used to fly them for ATC trainings Some of them are remaining specially for gliders tugs. A small version with a 110CV , have been used for airclubs pilots schooling.(slow but an exceptional stall speed) And a version with a 235CV ahve been built for some Army training (called Guerrier) I guess the licence was sold to Poland..

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

Jean Pierre : c'était au cours d'un meeting à Issoire?????? ou vol normal?

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

This one is from the previous Transp Squad 62th "ANJOU" based in REIMS until 1978.Then dissolved. It's expected to be reactivated ,normally in Evreux in 2021, Training Squad on A400M with GAF join venture.

Written on 19/10/2019 by serge LOTH

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