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|A twin-engine airliner arrival at 21L of Bankok International Airport.||04/24/2008||552|
|Tuesday 4th November 2003 saw the arrival of the very first Lockheed C-5A Galaxy to AMARC. The crew for this delivery flight were pilot Major Dan Hasslinger, co-pilot Major John Niakaros and flight engineers MSgt Geoff Miller and TSgt Dave Seyl from the 22nd Airlift Squadron based at Travis AFB, CA. After being drained of fuel and overnighting just outside the AMARC arrival gate at Davis Montha...||10/25/2007||604|
|Looks like a Jumbo Jert from KLM.||04/24/2008||467|
|The airfield was built to a specification known as a class "A" standard operational airfield, this involved 3 intersecting runways 60 degrees to each other all 150 feet wide, two of these being 4400 feet long and the main runway was 6400 feet long, the perimeter track was 50 feet wide and would circumscribe the entire flying area and was 3.25 miles in length. ||06/25/2006||403|
|This airliners makes a touchdown on RWY 13R at Dallas Fort Worth in a few moments. You can see the same or different plane 1,6km behind this one.||04/05/2008||510|
|This B-1B stand at the Celbrity Row at AMARC.|
USAF No. 85-0062
Arrival Date: 21-08-02
Former Unit :
Dyess AFB, TX
|Arrival at Moses Lake - Grant County International (Larson AFB) in October 2004. ||09/27/2007||625|
|Second in this series.|
Operations of the 5th Ranger infantry Battalion since their arrival in England until D-Day. Includes links to photos and more info on the events and places.
More to come.
|Within days of the arrival of the first wagons of Latter-day Saint settlers in July 1847, pioneer leader Brigham Young waved his hand over a spot of hard, dry ground and announced that at that precise location they would build a temple, their most sacred place of worship.||07/18/2005||625|
|Itinerary of the 5th Ranger Battalion from its activation in 1943, through its experiences in the ETO, from D-Day and the days that followed until VE Day.|
This first series deals with its activation and its movements until finally departing for England and arrival at Liverpool.
More to come, so enjoy
|it┤s a Lufthansa B747-400, arrival as flight LH 454 from Frankfurt and is waiting for departure as flight LH 455||08/19/2005||404|
|A group of "C-type" aircraft hangars at the former RAF Bassingbourn, now Bassingbourn Barracks. Four hangars were probably erected in 1942 when the airfield was upgraded prior to the arrival of American bombers. They were certainly built by 1944. Three of the hangars were extant in 2003, one had been demolished. ||05/30/2008||461|