Aviation Photo #1749801 Raytheon 390 Premier IA - Untitled

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A firefighter approaches Jack Roush's Premier, moments after the crash. Jack is still in the cockpit. The aircraft was flying at 100-200 feet AGL, and appeared to be in a high-alpha, low-energy state. Moments later, the jet rolled 45-60 degrees to the right while descending, dragged a wingtip, spun 180 degrees on the ground, and came to rest in this position.
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    Jason McDowell
    Raytheon 390 Premier IA
    Raytheon 390 Premier I
    Raytheon 390 Premier I
    Oshkosh - Wittman Regional
    July 27, 2010
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Photo Added: July 28, 2010

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7 years ago
Anyone notice those missile trucks in the background?
7 years ago
Awesome shot and perfect timing Jason!!
7 years ago
Action shot of firefighter spraying foam to prevent file, along with spectator nearby on a motorbyke, bi-sected by a wing. The photo is nicely "framed."
7 years ago
They aren't missile trucks, just standard military transport trucks.
7 years ago
We landed at Oshkosh (OSH) this year in a '48 Stinson. The gentleman on the scooter is not a spectator but event staff for EAA AirVenture and assists and escorts pilots landing at Oshkosh during the EAA Fly-In. Wittman Regional Airport is home to a military base. Those are not missile trucks, just normal military vehicles, parked at Wittman year-round. 18/36 was closed for the evening of the crash.

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