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Lockheed 111 heavy you are cleared for the option.


Nikon D200

Sigma 80-400mm F4.5-5.6 EX OS

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Posted by J79 Engine on December 15, 2008

It is about time they up-graded a truely great transport aircraft. The USAF should have never shut down the production line on these aircraft and they should have opened the design and production line up to commercial airlines use as a great cargo aircraft. The CF6 engines will be a big boost to the aircrafts abilities which should have been re-engined 20 years ago. Great photo

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