Another Night Flasher Photo of the Carlsbad Powerplant.
Airplane Calendars * Railroad Calendars
stationed aboard the USS Kitty Hawk
|This is 3 of 3 - a night flasher photo of
Carlsbad, New Mexico, Power Plant. (I wonder if they forewarned the people
working there that the sky would light up like day for a moment or two that
night and that it "was okay" - I mean, what would you think walking from
across the parking lot headed into your station
at a NUKE PLANT and all of a sudden, from out of nowhere, comes this FLASH
Some Super Bright flash units for the Military RA-5C Vigilante reconnaissance in the Viet
|Military Humor- from Ken & Annette Cooke
On some air bases the Air Force is on one side of the
field and civilian
aircraft use the other side of the field, with
control tower in the
middle. One day the tower received
a call from an
aircraft asking, "What time
tower responded, "Who is calling?" The aircraft replied, "What difference
does it make?"
The tower replied
makes a lot of difference.
If it is an American Airlines flight, it is 3
is an Air Force plane, it is 1500 hours.
If it is a
aircraft, it is 6 bells.
If it is an Army aircraft, the big hand
12 and the little hand is
on the 3.
it is a Marine Corps aircraft,
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P-38J Lightning Drawing
The most recognizable fighter of WWII. This Lightning of the 15th Air Force stands ready on a ramp in the Mediterranean theater during 1944. 2000 S/N by artist. 27"x 15" print.
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B-17G Flying Fortress Drawing
Finely detailed drawing of a B-17G. Limited
edition, signed and numbered by artist. 27"x 16" print.
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The 34th Fighter Squadron fly's a WW2 P-47 Thunderbolt
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