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Old 11-14-2012, 8:47 AM
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Those are some good shots there.
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Old 11-25-2012, 7:34 PM
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If you can stand these scanned pictures I believe that they were taken at Hurlbert Field Florida in the early 1990's.

















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Old 11-26-2012, 7:56 AM
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Those planes look like their from the Vietnam War period.
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Old 11-27-2012, 8:48 PM
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That's Hurlburt alright but the air park has been totally redone and dozen more aircraft have been added.
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Old 11-28-2012, 8:05 AM
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That's Hurlburt alright but the air park has been totally redone and dozen more aircraft have been added.
Anyone have any pictures?
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Old 11-28-2012, 9:54 PM
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the first pic, i dont know what those inner pods are? appear to have vents in them? Gun Pods?
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the first pic, i dont know what those inner pods are? appear to have vents in them? Gun Pods?
That's a C-123K Provider with two J-85 auxiliary underwing turbojets.
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Old 11-29-2012, 2:22 PM
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jets? never knew that
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I snapped these photos of a Navy E-6B transiting from Dyess to Houston via San Antonio. He's at 25K feet turning towards Houston right at the SAT waypoint.
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Video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=virOl90cYoI
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Old 12-21-2012, 8:20 AM
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Good catch, how did you know he was there? Online plane tracker or just listening to your radio?
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Would it be possible to have this thread stickeyed? It would be a shame if it went away because no one could find it.
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Would it be possible to have this thread stickeyed? It would be a shame if it went away because no one could find it.
The purpose of a "sticky" is to keep some important or current data in front of the forum users once the initial interest wains. It is not intended for keeping a popular thread at the top of the list. If it continues to be a popular thread, then it stays at the top of the list because folks keep posting to it; otherwise, it sinks out of sight because it is no longer popular.
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The purpose of a "sticky" is to keep some important or current data in front of the forum users once the initial interest wains. It is not intended for keeping a popular thread at the top of the list. If it continues to be a popular thread, then it stays at the top of the list because folks keep posting to it; otherwise, it sinks out of sight because it is no longer popular.
Ah, okay.
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Stickeyed? OOOoooh, that looks painful. (;->)
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That is actually a cloud of compressed air and water vapor caused by the jet's breaking into supersonic speed, so it is more dependant on the speed of the jet than the actual weather/altitude itself.
No, this is not correct.

The presence of such vapor trails or clouds are created by the same basic mechanism that creates regular clouds and fog, the speed of the aircraft has very little to do with it and such things can happen at any speed, including very slow speeds.

The key here is the low pressure region that is created, remember that when lowering pressure you are also lowering temperature (if you compress a gas, higher pressure, the temp goes up, if you expand a gas, lower pressure, the temp goes down). This can be created across the top of a wing in normal flight but the more acute the angle of attack the more likely to create a very high pressure delta from the surrounding air. The lowered pressure changes the dew point and causes the water vapor in the air to condense. The more humid the day the more likely this is to occur.

You can commonly see this affect on airliners landing in coastal regions. The wingtips, flaps, and spoilers fairly frequently cause very sharp pressure changes and produce such vapor trails. You will run into it in other areas also, I have even seen cars do it.













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I just ran into this thread, thought I might throw a couple images at it.

This pic is old, from the first public flight of the F-22 in 2003:



Other old’ish ones:






















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Token, nice shots, but I especially love that last one.
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Nice collection of pictures Token, I like the two blue angel JATO ones.
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^ ^ ^ ^ ^

now THATS badass
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