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Remarks: Graceful flypast during the Abby show 2004. The B-17 as rare as it is brings a piece of Military Aviation history everytime it is seen.
Remarks: Nose of the giant clearly stating the name of the owner. Note the complex mechanical systems used to raise and lower the gigantic nose.
Remarks: At YXX airshow 2004. Balmy, Dry, Hot, Dusty, Sweaty, you name it, all was existent on this day.
Remarks: Unarmed and unharmed as a crew member checks the cockpit. What a long towbar.
Remarks: Frontal view of the Globemaster Military Transport.
Remarks: A true ground hugging Gargantuan. In order to get a shot where the entire plane fits well within the frame will require lots of walking hundreds of feet away from the plane even with a wideangle lens.
Remarks: Globemaster Splendour with its huge PW engines.
Remarks: A ground crew giving hand signals to Three Snowbirds at once?!! Talk about multitasking at its best. No wonder these guys are the best on the job.
Remarks: One by one the Snowbirds return back to their individual ground crewmen after a flying demonstration.
These men stand tall and patient like banquet servers clasping their hands to their backs ready to serve their planes.
Remarks: This Hornet arrived for the airshow but never even went up for a flying demo. Worse still it was parked away from patron access the entire time.
Remarks: Celebrating 80th anniversary for The Canadian Air Force. At Lethbridge, Alberta 2004.
Remarks: Lethbridge airport ramp clogged with military planes from the two F-15C Eagles to two CF-18 Hornets and finally a Aurora Recon plane.
Remarks: Five ground crews pampering the fighter jet after a demo sortie.
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