Aviation Photo #1504175 McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF) - USA - Air Force

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A classic three holer soars over waves of sand. Photo approved for public release. (Canon 450D + Canon 70-300 f/4-5.6 IS)
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    Titan Miller
    USA - Air Force
    McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender (DC-10-30CF)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-10 (C-10 Extender)
    McDonnell Douglas
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    October 16, 2008
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Comments (8)

10 years ago
Beautiful perspective, beautiful plane.
10 years ago
This is a wonderful photograph of a wonderful aircraft. I also really love the 'livery' as it were of military aircraft like this, that grey. Looks great.
10 years ago
Oh to be able to get a shot of a Fedex MD-10 that close!
10 years ago
I love the effects of the "waves of sand," as well as its contrast with the overall gray of the aircraft. Congratuations on a beautiful photograph!
10 years ago
I miss the big sexy! I don't miss the gas consolidation which is obviously how you got this shot. Boo 135s! j/k
10 years ago
That an impressive photo
10 years ago
This bird needs a wash!!!! and to the American that don't likes the KC-135. Be glad your air force has those airborne refuelers, or some events in your history would have looked dramatically different.
10 years ago
This bird could definitely use a wash!

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