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James Lyne May 29
Mountain flying training in the Torridon area this afternoon. The helicopter looks small in front of just a very small part of our very large area of responsibility! 21 s
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BGKYPolice Aug 17
BGPD has the honor of escorting this Sikorsky SH-3 to her new home in the Aviation Heritage Park on Three Springs Road. The escort starts at midnight and will travel from the airport, down Scottsville Rd and onto Three Springs.
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Kit & K9🐾 Jun 10
SNOOPY BE DAMNED!!? Nothing phases flying ace Baillie🐾. Even cruising in a sleek UH-60 BLACKHAWK with the doors open.
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Aviões com História Jul 23
Sikorsky UH-19D Chickasaw CS-10, that served in the Italian AF, painted as UH-19A No. 9101, the first Portuguese AF helicopter, delivered in 1952. On display at
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Buck Miller (1921-2018) Dec 2
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panamhistory Aug 27
90 years ago, August 27, 1929, received the first of a total of 3 S-41s ever built. 2 flew for Pan Am in the Caribbean & later, Boston-Maine Airways. After 1930 1 went to Pan Am’s affiliate SCADTA. Pix: PAA S-41& Captain R.O.D. Sullivan PAHF)
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BoxShipCaptain Jun 13
🇬🇷Navy S70B-6 Aegean Hawk helicopter flying over East Aegean sea for naval exercises ⚠️Fresh!
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Pauls Photo Service Oct 17
This past Monday 10/14/19 's NEW S-70i made an appearance at Sacramento McClellan Airport where it was testing it's Snorkel and 1,000 Gallon water drop capabilities. Copter 903 is the 1st of 12 Helicopters to replace the aging Huey Helicopters.
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NorthAmericanRescue Sep 27
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The AvGeeks 27 Dec 18
First look at ultra-fast / SB>1 Defiant dual-rotor helicopter
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SFO Museum Nov 19
the first flight of 's S-40 “American Clipper” departed from Dinner Key, Florida, destined for Cristobal, Panama Canal Zone. It was the first to carry the famous "Clipper" name, which was subsequently registered as a trademark by Pan American.
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panamhistory Dec 13
Dec. 13, 1930:“A most extraordinary transition, possible only with a modern airplane as the magic carpet,” Percy C. Madeira, leader of Penn Museum's Central American Expedition re: pilots Wm E. Ormsbee’s & Wm Carey’s S-38 landing in
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Christian Albrecht Jan 7
Teams of maintainers from Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron (VMX) 1, are working on the at Naval Air Station Patuxent River during their second training rotation here: ➡️ (p. 22-23)
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Riggzy Jan 6
3 x S61 and 1 x S64 Aircraft I worked with last week at Bairnsdale. This week I’m in the Regional Control Centre coordinating all the fire aircraft for Gippsland fires supported by an awesome bunch of agency personnel at various locations.
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Birrlad ✈🌈 Dec 12
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Birrlad ✈🌈 May 12
Departing as "Rescue 115" S-92 EI-ICU to the Kerry Mountains yesterday afternoon.
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Nforce Pics Oct 1
On 31st of August 2019 the Igor Monument was unveiled outside the main terminal building ay Int. Airport, featuring Igor standing on a hemisphere holding his first design No1 of 1909
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Birrlad ✈🌈 Dec 1
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SFO Museum Jan 28
The S-40 was developed in response to requests from Airways’ president Juan T. Trippe for a high-capacity flying boat. Capable of carrying 38 passengers, the cabins were spacious and luxuriously appointed with mahogany paneling.
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SacMobile11 🇺🇸 Nov 22
PG&E’s UH-60 is leased from PJ Helicopters. They should call it “Electric Hawk”
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