Photo Album: "My loves"

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“727's L-1011's KC-135's, KC-10's and B-52's rock this girl's world!”

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Photo ID: 0653086
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Boeing KC-135A Stratotanker (717-148)
Athens (- Hellinikon) (ATH / LGAT) (closed)
Greece, September 20, 1990
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62-3520 (cn 18503) A reminder of how smoky the early jets were, as this J57-powered KC-135A turns right after take-off. It was converted to a KC-135R, with CFM56 turbofans, in September 1991.
Fergal Goodman
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Photo ID: 0666058
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USA - Air Force
Boeing KC-135A Stratotanker (717-148)
Mildenhall (MHZ / GXH / EGUN)
UK - England, 1977
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62-3512 (cn 18495) The four J-57 turbo-jet bleed valves porting overboard just prior to rolling from Mildenhall's eastern starter extension.
Martin Pole
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Photo ID: 0696180
Views: 4899
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USA - Air Force
Boeing KC-135A Stratotanker (717-146)
Atwater (Merced) - Castle (AFB) (MER / KMER)
USA - California, October 1991
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56-3615 (cn 17364) Please note the old fashioned engines on the A-series KC-135 and the tail markings representing the home base, Castle AFB, Ca.
Gerhard Plomitzer
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Photo ID: 0668718
Views: 3964
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USA - Air Force
McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF)
Off-Airport - Louisville
USA - Kentucky, April 2004
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85-0034 (cn 48239/410) Making a sharp turn to the north after doing a sunset pass over the Thunder over Louisville crowd.
Chris Starnes
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Photo ID: 0715405
Views: 15165
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USA - Air Force
McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF)
In Flight
USA - North Dakota, April 1988
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**-**** Filling the filling station. Enroute from Elmendorf to Louisville, Kentucky, after participating in Amalgam Warrior 88. The KC-10 is topped off by a KC-135 prior to resuming refueling the RF-4Cs of the 123 TRW.
Gary Chambers
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Photo ID: 0753731
Views: 4358
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McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF)
Fairford (FFD / EGVA)
UK - England, July 17, 2004
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87-0120 (cn 48306/430) The KC-10 is one of the biggest flying gas stations in the world,this one is from the 305th AMW at McGuire AFB in NJ
John Higgins-Global Aviation Resource
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Photo ID: 0858803
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McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF)
Honolulu - International / Pearl Harbor-Hickam JB (Hickam AFB) (HNL / HIK / PHNL / PHIK)
USA - Hawaii, June 2, 2005
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86-0038 (cn 48251/426) Runway 08R was closed today, forcing heavies to depart from runway 08L, which is normally used by smaller aircraft. The crew must execute a hard right bank after liftoff to avoid downtown Honolulu. This USAF KC-10 is seen roaring away from 08L in the early morning.
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