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The tail of the Lockheed Electra 10E that was used to recreate Amelia Earhart's flight around the world. This was taken after it had arrived at the Museum of Flight for permanent display.
Hornet Sunset.  The sun sets on a NASA F-18B #846 at the Los Angeles County Airshow in Lancaster, CA.  This F-18B was a former Blue Angel #7 and is now employed at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Cen
Two former foes share the tarmac at the Los Angeles County Airshow in Lancaster, California.
Airshow - Old and New
Don Brooks restoration hangar reflected in a puddle.
A gaggle of Aero Union P-3 Orions awaits the next fir call at McClellan Airfield in Sacramento, California.
Space Shuttle Discovery arrives at her final home atop her Boeing 747 transporter.
A DC-3 watches as Mike Wiskus in the Lucas Oil Pitts does his act at the California Capital Airshow.
Over Under, two Air Force Thunderbirds fly in formation during there debut performance at EAA Oshkosh 2014.
The Milky Way nightscape over my car in Big Bend National Park, Texas.
Super Moon 7/12/2014
Blue Skies: The top turret of a B-17.
The Air Force V-22 Osprey shows off it's hovering skills.
Sibling Hornets.  The current Blue Angel #7 shares the tarmac with a former #7 aircraft now employed by NASA.
Young man dressing in original gear his forefathers wore during WWII.
Enola Gay
"Malibu" Chuck  Aaron flips the Red Bull BO-105 helicopter at the first annual Los Angeles County Airshow.
Air Force Thunderbirds make their debut at EAA Air Venture 2014.
A row of discarded F-4 Phantom IIs sit beyond the partially dismembered carcass of a Boeing B-52G Stratofortress sitting on blocks at the AMARG facility in Tucson, Arizona.
A breath of fresh air in Osprey V22
Nose to Nose, American 777 and ex Korean Air 747 come nose to nose while taxiing at O'Hare.
The tortured bones from tooling for the cockpit of a Northrop B-2 Spirit stealth bomber, semi-abandoned in the desert sun at AMARG. The military stores all of the tooling for closed production lines o
So close you can "Never Miss" getting a photograph

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Blue Skies: The top turret of a B-17.

Blue Skies: The top turret of a B-17.

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Date Taken: 07.2012
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