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Photo ID: 2397743
Views: 1929
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USA - Navy
Lockheed P-2E Neptune
Windsor Locks (Hartford / Springfield) - Bradley International (BDL / KBDL)
USA - Connecticut, 1963
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131400 (cn 426-5269) While plane watching years ago at Bradley Field, a shabby, faded, forelorn P-2 Neptune (note twin 50 cal. dorsal gun turret) pulled up, brakes squealing, and parked between other airliners. Two men came out from the terminal and talked between themselves for 5 minutes, then handed a note to the pilot using a long pole. The P-2 then pulled out and took off into history. What a day that was.
Jerrold Webber
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Photo ID: 2343219
Views: 710
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Portugal - Air Force
Lockheed P-2E Neptune
Sintra (- Granja do Marques) (BA1) (LPST)
Portugal, March 6, 2013
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4711 (cn 426-5283) This P-2E or P2V-5, US Navy serial 134722, was delivered to the Netherlands Navy as S-31 (19-31) in 1954. Under a new serial system it became 096. It was transferred to Portugal in 1960
Peter de Jong
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Photo ID: 1935484
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Neptune Aviation Services
Lockheed P-2E(AT) Neptune
Lancaster - General William J Fox (WJF)
USA - California, September 7, 2009
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N96278 / 05 (cn 426-5340) Converted P-2 Neptune Water bomber heads out of Fox Field to the scene of another Californian forest fire.
Mark McGrath
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Photo ID: 1735952
Views: 24068
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Neptune Aviation Services
Lockheed P-2E(AT) Neptune
Denver (Broomfield) - Rocky Mountain Metropolitan (Jeffco) (BJC / KBJC)
USA - Colorado, June 26, 2010
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N1386C / 44 (cn 426-5268) Neptune Aviation's P-2E "44" suffered brake failure while taxiing to the apron after landing. Ran off the taxiway and through a chain link fence, before coming to rest down the shoulder of 120th Ave. Fortunately, there were no injuries. The aircraft was fighting a fire in Rocky Mountain National Park.
Marc Swanson
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Photo ID: 1660593
Views: 12932
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Evergreen International Airlines
Lockheed P-2E(AT) Neptune
Marana - Pinal Airpark (Silver Bell AHP / Marana AFB / AAF) (MZJ)
USA - Arizona, January 27, 2009
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N203EV / 142 (cn 426-5228) Some interesting residents of Marana Pinal Airpark, consisting of 5 Chalk's International Airlines Albatrosses and 2 former US Navy Neptunes.
Glenn Beasley - Plane Photography
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Photo ID: 1620387
Views: 3770
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Australia - Air Force
Lockheed P-2E Neptune MR3
Laverton (YLVT) (closed)
Australia - Victoria, July 1968
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A89-307 / 7 (cn 426-5088) Rare photo of 11 Squadron RAAF Neptune P2V-5 A89-307 doing a Zoom Climb, using its Cyclone recips and Westinghouse J-34 jet engines during a 'farewell' display flight at the 1968 RAAF Laverton Airshow. This aircraft was delivered to the RAAF in January 1953, and was broken up at Bankstown in November 1968 (just months after this photo was taken). Sadly, Sister-Ship A89-308 crashed near Richmond 50 years ago (on 05Feb1959) with the loss of all eight crew members (RIP).
Wolodymir Nelowkin
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