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Email Autor Correction ID #330165 / 1646 Views
5-May-2005
69-0005 First visit of a C-5A Galaxy at this airport ! (more of 69-0005)
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5-May-2005
69-0005 What a giant this flight RCH926 - Again some cargo for US-president's visit to the Netherlands. (more of 69-0005)
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13-April-2005
69-0019 "Reach 9019" a very special visitor today! 439th Air Force Reserve command...Westover AFB...YOB: 1969! (more of 69-0019)
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9-October-1977
69-0019 One of the first visits ever of a Galaxy at my home airport NUE. (more of 69-0019)
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4-February-2005
69-0012 Hey pilot, what are you looking for? (more of 69-0012)
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2-February-2005
69-0003 439Th Airlift Wing, based Westover AFB! Look out for the man and the snow on top of the cockpit! (more of 69-0003)
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-May-1979
68-0212 In final to FRA. In those days the Galaxies had a light grey/white livery and were very frequent visitors at FRA. This example was assigned to 436th MAW based at Dover AFB. (more of 68-0212)
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25-September-1977
69-0021 Galaxy in the old colours. Here you can see the complex landing gear operation as they are turned 90-degrees inward prior to being retracted into the gear bays. 28 wheels in total on the C-5; 24 mains and 4 nose wheels. (more of 69-0021)
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-June-1994
67-0174 The whole cockpit crew including the two guys on top of the fuselage are closely watching the wingtip clearance, as the Galaxy is slowly taxiing to the static display area of the famous London Air Show. Please note also the large Empire State titles, representing the NY ANG 105th AW based at Stewart IAP,NY. (more of 67-0174)