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Discussion in 'Photos' started by andy29847, Aug 14, 2007.
loading salmon for flight south
Looked like he needed a lift...
No. Don't tell me.
You really didn't, did you?
Great thread, my son Drew we are in the middle of no where...
Water bombers based at the Chapleau airport less than a mile from my house.
I didn't get to ride either on of these, but wow!!
Derelict helicopter being hauled on the Trans-Canada north of Lake Superior
I built one of these when I was 9yrs old.
OK it was a plastic 'Airfix' kit model,I confess.
This was taken at RAF Henlow,near Luton (Northwest of London,England).
SSSSS,was your picture taken at RAF Northolt by any chance?
That Floridia Air Museum shot back on page 2 has a one-off plane in the shot. It is the only jet aircraft to be equipped with water skis. The Russian had several planes that could take off and land on really smooth water, but this is the only remaining American one. They built 2 or 3 and this survives on static display in Central Fla.
both of my rides. one is for fighting one is for fun
My coworkers ride.
This is our local S.E.A.T (single engine airtanker)
More on the tanker it hauls 700 gal of fire retardent with a 60 ft wingspan.