NASA Aero Spacelines 377-SGT Super Guppy Turbine N941NA KDMA by James O'Rear acc0945

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    NASA Aero Spacelines 377-SGT Super Guppy Turbine N941NA leaving Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona with a belly full of T-38 Talon II aircraft bound for Holloman AFB, NM. copyright © James O'Rear all rights reserved

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    1. globemaster3 51 months ago | reply

      i need to get some pictures of this one, hope it wanders its way up north to colorado for ANY reason it can find. nice shot james.

    2. Nick__Thomas 51 months ago | reply

      A little closer than yesterday lol.....great shot!

    3. paintedquail 51 months ago | reply

      this one is truly credit worthy...great job.


    4. zbubakaz 51 months ago | reply


    5. redsox223 51 months ago | reply

      Holy crap, this thing flies! Really nice grab.

    6. James "JSlugman" O'Rear 51 months ago | reply

      Another one of those amazing moments I can assure you. Now to be totally greedy and get one in landing configuration..... LOL!

    7. Dennis Larson 51 months ago | reply

      That plane is totally ugly. But the shot is great!

    8. John Bezosky Jr. 51 months ago | reply

      There it is. Congrats on catching it. It should be departing again tomorrow!

    9. R.R.Wilson 51 months ago | reply


    10. photosbywalt2 51 months ago | reply

      Hi James, saw it from TIA, , you nailed it proper, good for you!

    11. Dave Beaudette 51 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo !

    12. planephotoman 51 months ago | reply

      Hey! How many T-38's can a Super Guppy swallow??

    13. James "JSlugman" O'Rear 51 months ago | reply

      Two! Nose to nose apparently.

    14. planephotoman 51 months ago | reply'd think they could stack quite a few in there....

    15. UnleashedPhotography 51 months ago | reply

      Only two? I agree with Paul.

    16. Ned Harris 51 months ago | reply

      Superb capture James. You really nailed it with this one.

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