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Photo of 86-0036 McDonnell Douglas KC-10A Extender by Sean Expand image
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force extension over the Pacific dragging Vipers back to Japan.

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Comments (11)
Posted by Sean D Silva on May 06, 2010

A masterpiece in aviation photography! Excellent stuff Sean!

Posted by Vic. Louie on February 25, 2009

Beautiful shot Sean.

Posted by Nigel Curtis on April 25, 2008

What chance of seeing that from a Boeing or an Airbus on a commercial flight!!! Fantastic photo, good for peoples choice award

Posted by wu weiqiang on April 02, 2008

Rare photo !!

Posted by Sean on April 02, 2008

thanks guys!..we routinely give our cameras to our receivers on the long legs. I have a few others I will be uploading as well!

Posted by Adam Bartlett on April 02, 2008

That is absolutely stunning...leaves me speechless!

Posted by Ali Rafiee on April 02, 2008

Absolutely nice and rare shot! the best evidence for the efficiency of KC-135.

Posted by Paul Nichols on April 01, 2008

Absolutely stunning!

Posted by Tim Wagenknecht on April 01, 2008

Excellent capture. Nice to see both types of tankers in the same airspace.

Posted by Dave O'Brien - Top Gun Photography on April 01, 2008

that is awesome, thanks for sharing!

Posted by Cheuk Man Kevin Ho - The Hong Kong Spotters on April 01, 2008

Very relaxing atmosphere!

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