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aceman152
06-17-2007, 10:34 PM
Ok so I got my lil S2-IS today from my Dad that came to visit me....I don't have a computer here, let alone editting software....so excuse the MS Paint resizing of this picture, but thought I was due to share something....My guess is this would go into Transportation, if not please feel free to move it.

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/cartes080resize.JPG

aceman152
06-17-2007, 10:42 PM
Who knows what this is and how fast it can cross the atlatic from NYC to London?

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/cartes131resize.JPG

And me just enjoying myself...thanks to a friend for the picture.

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/cartes122resize.JPG

Excuse the snapshotness of these not feeling artsy today! But had a good time.

riderchick_05
06-17-2007, 10:48 PM
Nice pics babe.. It is also nice to see your smileing face again, lol.. Glad yo uand your Dad had a good time.. Love you..

twoshadows
06-17-2007, 11:04 PM
Uh, SR-71 Blackbird? 2 hours and 41 minutes? It's been a while since I've thought about that jet, but it was truly something special in its day. Nice shots :thumb and thanks for sharing.

JerseyMutt
06-18-2007, 12:13 AM
Don't know the time on that one, but I know it broke the coast to coast record. NY to LA in a little over an hour.

aceman152
06-21-2007, 11:14 PM
Yup Blackbird it is....it did break a record but it was the NY to London in 1 hour and 58 minutes because it had to stop refeul I believe 3 times. Thanks I have more to go through sometime so hopefuly I can get them up a couple weeks from now.

Irishpub3
06-22-2007, 06:21 AM
Very nice Aron... and welcome back!!! We've been missing you :)

stoneylonesome
06-22-2007, 08:53 AM
Great shots. They do belong in Transportation, I'd go for a ride on anyone of them. :D

twoshadows
06-22-2007, 12:52 PM
Yup Blackbird it is....it did break a record but it was the NY to London in 1 hour and 58 minutes because it had to stop refeul I believe 3 times. Thanks I have more to go through sometime so hopefuly I can get them up a couple weeks from now.

Oh yeah, the 2 hours and 47 minutes was when they had my fat a$$ on board, lol :D . Thanks for the cool pics and info.

aceman152
07-01-2007, 01:51 PM
Here are a couple more this is going to conclude what I got shots of down in Alabama.

The yellow submarine was the one used by the Army to recover rockets. Not sure how they did but hey whatever.

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/armyyellowsub.jpg (http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/armyyellowsub.jpg)

Another of the Liberty Bike by Orange County Choppers
http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/libertybikeresize.jpg

I am pretty sure this is a V-2 Rocket we got from the Germans during WWII...not sure so if anyone else does please let us know.

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/v2resize.jpg

Last but not least a soldier I work with that has a Purple Heart noticed this monument.
http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/maxwellmonumentresize.jpg

JayVig
07-01-2007, 05:08 PM
Good shots and welcome back. You know that some people say that they never actually retired the SR-71. Conspiracy theories about everything.

Since nobody else has done it... "We all live in a yellow submarine, a yellow submarine, yellow submarine....
And our friends are all aboard, many more of them live next door..."

I'll spare you all the rest.

zacker
07-01-2007, 08:08 PM
nice shots and good to hear from you again... now tell me, you were just itchen to jump on that bike and take off huh?
lol

RCollazo
07-02-2007, 09:47 AM
Nice shots! I used to live in Huntsville, AL. I love that city.

aceman152
07-02-2007, 11:29 AM
Nice shots! I used to live in Huntsville, AL. I love that city.

Thank you, and yes I love that city as well. If I could I would love to get stationed there, but I can't hold my breath.

Craig, as far as that bike goes, I would have loved to get on it and rip around for a bit, but not to clean the darn thing.

obama6493
03-03-2011, 12:23 PM
Oh yeah, the 2 hours and 47 minutes was when they had my fat a$$ on board, lol :D . Thanks for the cool pics and info.
Here are a couple more this is going to conclude what I got shots of down in Alabama.

The yellow submarine was the one used by the Army to recover rockets. Not sure how they did but hey whatever.

http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/armyyellowsub.jpg (http://www.northeastfoto.com/gallery/files/7/6/armyyellowsub.jpg)