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Old 07-13-2017, 9:26 PM
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"Panchito" is a part of the Delaware Museum Foundation and the DAV Airshow Outreach Program. It's mission is to educate the public and honor our veterans."
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An E/A-18 Growler will be landing at BWI on Monday 7/17.
Usually visitors arrive in the early morning hours to avoid disrupting normal traffic, but not always.

What are the best freqs to monitor for that?
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1800z Potus 747's already inbound New Jersey,Newark?
TFR up for that area and parts of New Jersey all weekend.
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AF2 getting ready to land at ADW. Had to skirt the storms on the way in.

Yesterday I saw a ZOMBIE99 KC-10 heading east from Travis AFB, most likely for the CAP.
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AF2 getting ready to land at ADW. Had to skirt the storms on the way in.

Yesterday I saw a ZOMBIE99 KC-10 heading east from Travis AFB, most likely for the CAP.
Saw a SAM flight and AF2 on ADS-B earlier out of Newark. No CAP as of yet.
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ZOMBIE41 eastbound from the west coast.
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07/15/17 @ 0830 local- ADS-B showing ZOMBIE 76 doing laps around NJ/NYC...guess CAP went up at day break. The tanker's southern track is right over my location again. NOBLE fighters 260.9

1000 local- the 2nd tanker ZOMBIE 77 just departed KWRI for the CAP

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07/15/17 @ 0830 local- ADS-B showing ZOMBIE 76 doing laps around NJ/NYC...guess CAP went up at day break. The tanker's southern track is right over my location again. NOBLE fighters 260.9

1000 local- the 2nd tanker ZOMBIE 77 just departed KWRI for the CAP
Always wondered, do they run 2 ar tracks for CAP? Parallel or "t" shaped, E-W, N-S
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The tankers orbit in a constant 'racetrack' pattern
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Off topic but noticed (7CF9CE) Aussie P-8A A47-004 C/N 62293 to Florida today assume Jacksonville
from Boeing in Washington.
One of 15 ordered thru 2020 by the RAAF.. Lot of ocean to cover down there.
https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8631560

Just had a few McGuire KC-10's return from Pacific exercise RCH 012,013,014 this past weekend.
Refueling 437th AW C-17's in exercise Talisman Saber 2017 down under.
Long ride for those jumpers sitting in belly of C-17 for 17 hour ride from Alaska to Australia.
https://www.facebook.com/notes/437th...9222747449013/

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The tankers orbit in a constant 'racetrack' pattern
over my house several times this afternoon/evening

thanks for all the postings guys I'm not on here too much these days
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over my house several times this afternoon/evening

thanks for all the postings guys I'm not on here too much these days
There is an Italian KC767A SPERA 50 hanging around Pax River this evening MM62228
doing laps.Maybe your pic..
Looks like a F-35/F-22 and chase plane in your fuzzy pic.
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Guys,

Word is that E/A-18G Growler will be leaving BWI on Tuesday around 0800
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AMC has grounded the Dover C-5M tails.. Nose gear problems again..

C-5M Galaxy aircraft fleet at Dover AFB grounded - Delaware State News | Delaware State News
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Word is that E/A-18G Growler will be leaving BWI on Tuesday around 0800
Got to look at it up close, stick my head in the intake close.
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Got to look at it up close, stick my head in the intake close.
No pics? Tail #? Unit?
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No pics? Tail #? Unit?
Not allowed, 503, I forget
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It was AC-503 a fellow airplane enthusiast watched it depart.
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Here is pic from last Month of EA-18G 168254

Boeing EA-18G Growler - USA - Navy | Aviation Photo #2687924 | Airliners.net
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