Photo Search Results

Displaying photos 1 to 5 from a total of 5 matching your criteria ordered by

showing

Click here to view the previous 15 photos Click here to view the first 15 photos Click here to return to the search page Click here to view the last 15 photos Click here to view the next 15 photos
Sponsor Message:
Photo ID: 1508614
Views: 8961
Aircraft
Location & Date
Click here for full size photo!
USA - Air Force
Boeing B-52G Stratofortress
Upper Heyford (UHF / EGUA) (closed)
UK - England, May 5, 1990
Remark
Photographer
58-0176 (cn 464244) Belonging to the 416th BW, from Griffiss AFB. In July 1991 the Wing began converting to the 'H' model. The unit lost its last B-52H with the aircraft transferring to Minot AFB and the 5th BW. The Wing was officially deactivated in September 1995.
Stuart Freer - Touchdown-aviation
Contact Stuart Freer - Touchdown-aviationContact
Learn how to link to this photoLink to me!
FIT
SCR
View Large
Photo
View Similar Photos
 
Add to
Album
Send as Postcard
Correct information
Cross data search
Photo ID: 0484774
Views: 7250
Aircraft
Location & Date
Click here for full size photo!
USA - Air Force
Boeing B-52G Stratofortress
Chicago - O'Hare International (ORD / KORD)
USA - Illinois, Early 1990's
Remark
Photographer
58-0176 (cn 464244) Wurtsmith AFB Aircraft later this aircraft has been scrapped at AMARC meanwhile. Seen here on display at the Chicago Air Show.
Gerhard Plomitzer
Contact Gerhard PlomitzerContact
Learn how to link to this photoLink to me!
FIT
SCR
View Large
Photo
View Similar Photos
 
Add to
Album
Send as Postcard
Correct information
Cross data search
Photo ID: 0057006
Views: 26892
Aircraft
Location & Date
Click here for full size photo!
USA - Air Force
Boeing B-52G Stratofortress
Rome - Griffiss Airpark (AFB) (RME / KRME)
USA - New York, September 1986
Remark
Photographer
58-0176 (cn 464244) Up close and personal with a BUFF (the B-52's universal nickname: Big Ugly Fat Fella). It's of the 668th Bomb, Sqn., 416th Bomb Wg, SAC, is seen shortly after take off, coming over the perimeter fence at characteristically low altitude. This BUFF shows evidence of the transition taking place in bomber color schemes at the time, with its Vietnam-era camouflage interrupted by replacement parts finished in the new Strategic Scheme dark gray.
Frank J. Mirande
Contact Frank J. MirandeContact
Learn how to link to this photoLink to me!
FIT
SCR
View Large
Photo
View Similar Photos
 
Add to
Album
Send as Postcard
Correct information
Cross data search

Displaying photos 1 to 5 from a total of 5 matching your criteria ordered by

showing

Click here to view the previous 15 photos Click here to view the first 15 photos Click here to return to the search page Click here to view the last 15 photos Click here to view the next 15 photos
View unique entries matching your search query