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Photo ID: 2397743
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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
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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
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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.
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