Aviation Photo #1026826: Douglas C-124C Globemaster II - USA - Air Force


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  • Frank Hudson
    USA - Air Force
    Douglas C-124C Globemaster II
    Douglas C-124 Globemaster II
    Douglas C-124 Globemaster II
    Douglas
    43616
    51-5206
    Bangkok - International (Don Muang)
    Thailand
    August 1966
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April 03, 2006
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Comments (21)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Pure nostalgia and true happiness
Anonymous
10 years ago
Old photos are very good. Pozdrawiam Mati
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nostalgic! My teacher flew this way back when (I go to the U.S. Air Force Academy).
Anonymous
10 years ago
Retroshot!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Unbelievable photo! the clarity and what and aircraft!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Looks something out of The Sky Captain and The World of Tommorow..but kool pic..
Anonymous
10 years ago
Father of the A380 perhaps?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Like to see these older photos of great aircraft
Anonymous
10 years ago
What a fantastic shot! Oh man, those were the days! Funny thing though, the aircraft is totally outdated, but the ramp equipment could have some straight off the ramp at JFK or EWR yesterday!
Anonymous
10 years ago
What? It looks like a toy plane in a "Herpa-Wings-Airport"! Very Cool plane!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Way to go chubby
Anonymous
10 years ago
Does it fly ???
Anonymous
10 years ago
Funny! I thought that A380 was the first total double decker plane ever made. :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Haha
it's Petey the airplane
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thanks to this bird my english vacabulary was enlarged by the word"chubby"
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow, those wingtip thanks must have really improved this monster's range!
Anonymous
5 years ago
I believe they're burner units to generate hot air NOT wing-tip tanks
Anonymous
5 years ago
Given the exotic locale and date, maybe this shot tells a small piece of the story of the war in Southeast Asia?????? Great piece of history, thanks for sharing!!!!!
Anonymous
5 years ago
And people say the A380 is fat...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Nice a triple decker
eat your heart out airbus
Anonymous
1 year ago
What a monster!