1600px. Turning final
1600px. Taken from a Cessna 172.
1600px. First photo of this plane in the JP databae.
The Gulfstream I is a rare sight to begin with, I never expected to come across one outfitted with such a variety of radomes, pods, and other fixtures.
It's not every day you see a Learjet sporting hard points and an ECM pod...
An ex-Alaska Airlines bird arrives at Cecil for a repaint.
Got Radar? Not when these planes are in the air you don't. Phoenix Air provides ECM support in military exercises with a fleet of tricked out Lear 35s and Gulfstream I's.
This C-9 was acting as a ride home for the T-45 support crews in Jacksonville for carrier training.
Two squadrons of Goshawks made Cecil home for a week in November, giving many pilots their first taste of a carrier landing out in the Atlantic on the USS Harry Truman.
One of the DHS' three P-3s stationed at Cecil. Anyone know what the extra radome on the plane's "forehead" is for?
A Navy COD leaving Jacksonville under cloudy skies. Note Cecil's other frequent traffic in the background, a Navy T-45 taxing and a Coast Guard HH-65 hovering behind the prop.
The Strike Eagle demo team take to the skies with style during Cecil Airshow 2009.