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DC-3 Dawn
Misty Start At Sun -N- Fun 2014
Desert Bomber
Shuttle Armor
Reno air races
Reno air races
Reno air races
Long nosed Alice! P-51D Mustang, "Speedball Alice" from a slightly different perspective.
Sea Fury reflections. The Sanders Family Reno Racer, "Argonaut" gets reflective at the California capital Air Show.
Reno air races
Rancho Cordova County Supervisor, Roberta McGlashen, and her crew chief instructors, get ready to recover the Air Force's hottest aircraft, the F-22 Raptor.
Airdale Jeff Clark, towmaster, carefully hauls the vintage Douglas C-54 Skymaster out to a secure position to start the engines.
The twin tails of an OV-10 Bronco cut through the glow of sunset on the Mather Field Ramp.
Spit and polished! The Commemorative Air Force's Griffon powered Spitfire, watches over the ramp just before sunset.
Let sleeping dogs lie! Monday morning after the California Capital Air Show, the exhausted airshow ground operations crew known as the Airdales, "crash" on-board the DC-3.
Stable of history. Horsepower and beauty on the ramp at Mather Field.
Chocked and ready for bed, Tony Banta's North American P-51D Mustang, "Kimberly Kaye", awaits nightfall on the Mather Field ramp.
Ramp duties done for the day, Jeff Clark stretches to capture some up close images of fabulous, Chance Vought's bent-winged steed, the Corsair.
Big engine - Big wheel. With the sun getting lower, the F4U-1A gets ready for a cool night on the ramp.
With wingwalker Carol Pilon hanging on between her Stearman's wings, pilot Marcus Payne climbs off the Mather Field runway to begin their performance.
A nice study in light and lines, the Planes of Fame's Chance Vought Corsair, settles in for the night.
End of the day. Jeff Clark tugs out a vintage C-54 for an evening flight at the California Capital Air Show.
The Hawker Sea Fury"Argonaut" basks in the early morning glow at the California Capital Airshow.

2nd Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Airdale Jeff Clark, towmaster, carefully hauls the vintage Douglas C-54 Skymaster out to a secure position to start the engines.

Airdale Jeff Clark, towmaster, carefully hauls the vintage Douglas C-54 Skymaster out to a secure position to start the engines.

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Date Taken: 09.2014
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