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Picture of the Boeing YAL-1A (747-4G4F) aircraft

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More: Boeing YAL-1A (747-4G4F)
More: Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field (PAE / KPAE)
More: USA - Washington, August 13, 2002
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00-0001 (cn 30201/1238) A shot of the nose of the Air Force's airborne laser 747. That huge nose houses a rotating laser.
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A visitor from United States posted Wed January 13, 2016:
Sinister looking. Is there nothing that Boeing can not do?

A visitor from - posted Wed June 11, 2014:
You may fire when ready

A visitor from - posted Wed June 11, 2014:
It looks like a 747 eating an apple.

A visitor from - posted Mon April 7, 2014:
What was the utility of that laser???

A visitor from Germany posted Mon April 7, 2014:
An anti rubber raft airplane? ^^

A visitor from Mexico posted Mon June 3, 2013:
And even with that nose it still looks better than the A380!

A visitor from - posted Sun March 11, 2012:
And all-gone! Flew to the boneyard for scrapping...money dried-up!

A visitor from India posted Wed September 7, 2011:
Burn them up Scotty?...

A visitor from - posted Tue September 7, 2010:
A brilliant shot indeed! I'd love to travel on this 747 one day and watch everyone's surprised faces as we land at the airport!

A visitor from United States posted Tue April 6, 2010:
Deadliest 747 yet!

A visitor from Canada posted Tue April 6, 2010:
So this is Dr. Evil's answer to Mr. Power's jumbo jet with the rotating laser. Jokes aside, this is indeed a very rare bird. Chris, thanks for sharing.

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 16, 2006:
This was a great photo of a truely one of a kind acft.

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