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GTI8088(KSUU-KCHS) is on the march at Travis AFB CA during a morning rainstorm (say is there an El Nino going on :lol:) with commercial airlift support for the U-S military.  Four hours later she'll land at Charleston AFB SC under much more favorable conditions.  Can anyone spot the B-2 bomber B)

 

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Chris Sunseri

 

 

 

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Great camera work, and multi layer sky, love the over the fence.

 

HLJAMES

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Love the over the fence.

 

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Thanks everyone!

 

 

Great shots as always Chris , love the B2 Bomber one, like the Military AI traffic :)

 

I believe that's the first time I've ever caught a B-2 Imran (for AI traffic that is).  Maybe I'll fly out of Osan AB South Korea sometime and see if I can spot a U-2....of course I'd have to catch him before he hits FL700 :smile:

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Your Shots Never Disappoint.

Thanks Patrick! I'm a big fan of your pix , especially the helicopter shots

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Super shots Chris!

My favorite shot is the one at liftoff, condensation in the huge intakes and the KC-10's silhouetted in the background! 

I was pretty excited about the updates from PMDG about the 744, I still think we have a long wait though before I'm able to transfer the Atlas paint over to the bird who really flies those colors.   :unsure:


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Super shots Chris!

My favorite shot is the one at liftoff, condensation in the huge intakes and the KC-10's silhouetted in the background! 

I was pretty excited about the updates from PMDG about the 744, I still think we have a long wait though before I'm able to transfer the Atlas paint over to the bird who really flies those colors.   :unsure:

Thanks Steve!  It's not often I get a rainstorm in California and the big twin GE's helped make for some heavy jetblast.  I was glad to see the 744 updates too and the waiting game is tough.  I may roll the 744v1 out of the hangar sometime to brush up on my 4 engine skills.  Atlas will definitely look sweet on the Queen.  I'm really hoping we get this livery:

 

https://www.planespotters.net/photo/349279

 

If we don't, I'm sure I could "twist your arm" to paint her up.  It looks to be one of the more difficult liveries out there, but it's certainly one of the sharpest looking

 


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