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Dancing airplanes in the rafters of the Smithsonian Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
The space shuttle Endeavour on the 747 shuttle carrier, approaching Los Angeles Airport on a flyby before the final approach and landing.  Photo includes one of the two F-18 Hornet escort planes.
Endeavour/747 lo pass fly by en route to LA
Endeavour lo pass fly by en route to LA
Lo pass F-18. AGL less than 500
Lo pass F-18. AGL  less than 400.
Dawn balloon launch as part of the 2013 Preakness Festival.
Kevin Dadey bearing his teeth like a Curtis P40
Kevin Dadey keeping up the family tradition of building and flying hand launch gliders.  It takes a fair amount of muscle to get a great launch.
P51 reflecting the storm clouds
Taking shade from the scorching sun during Oshkosh AirVenture
Avenger TBM torpedo bomber awaits action
The plan that carries all of the equipment used by the Blue Angels.
The last Blue Angels flying above Pensacola, Florida.
The last Blue Angels airshow flying high in the skies of Pensacola, Florida.
Serendipitous Glider Pilot Self-portrait taken near sunset.  Contemplating achievement while descending from glider flight to 29,035 feet over the Sierras in the vicinity of Minden NV. FAI Diamond Alt
Open cockpit fun!
Ryan PT-22 WWII primary trainer
PT-22 WWII primary trainer.
WWII C-53D Skytrooper paratroop aircraft which actually flew on D-Day 1944.
The Red Baron Lives!  PT-22 WWII primary trainer.
C-53D Skytrooper "D-Day Doll" of Inland Empire Wing CAF Riverside, CA.
P-51 at sunset

1st Annual Air & Space Photo Contest
Avenger TBM torpedo bomber awaits action

Avenger TBM torpedo bomber awaits action

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Deerfield, Illinois, United States of America
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© Keith Dadey.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 07.2012
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Filed Under: Military
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Date Uploaded: May 24, 2013, 10:17 a.m.
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Camera Model: NIKON D70s
Focal Length: 44mm
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