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First flight of the P8 Poseidon! Note the raked wingtips, the markings on a greenie, the little trident near the nose - hot!


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Posted by Roger Cannegieter on April 28, 2009

That indeed is a odd-looking but very nice 737!!! Who would have thought we would see a 737 with raked wingtips, excellent!!! Thanks for sharing your photos Jeremy. Roger C.

Posted by wu weiqiang on April 26, 2009

Great P-8 !!! Great image ~~~

Posted by Saurabh Patel on April 26, 2009

That is what I would like to call a 737 on steroids :). Is that its final color scheme?

Posted by Brad Kostelny on April 26, 2009

GREAT SHOT! I've been waiting a long time for this day! Funny to think a 737 will have underwing hardpoints...can you picture Harpoons, torpedoes, or Mavericks hanging beneath the wings of this bird.... =)

Posted by Parent Photography on April 26, 2009

Absolutely stunning capture Jeremy .. Great work!!!

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