Postcards From The Road! (Post Yours Please!)

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Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Could just be crappy service areas too. That's my problem from time to time

I upgraded from T Mobile to Verizon a couple weeks ago. Makes a huge difference less dead zones.

Army 's Comment
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I was out with one of our flight crews logging some hours. What a great day. We circled her at about 550 feet. I am sure our Blackhawk is in someone’s photo that feels just as cool as I do getting these kind of pictures.

Army 's Comment
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Forgot to hit “go”

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Bird-one's Comment
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Awesome stuff. Had the privilege to do training in Blackhawks and Ospreys. Although is was over sand haha never anything as cool as the Statue of Liberty.

I was out with one of our flight crews logging some hours. What a great day. We circled her at about 550 feet. I am sure our Blackhawk is in someone’s photo that feels just as cool as I do getting these kind of pictures.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Forgot to hit “go”

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WAY COOL!

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Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Make sure you read those signs! Near Herkimer, NY

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Sunrise, I95 between Kittery and Lewiston ME

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Easily, Neenah, WI, moments before I hit the road to get caught in a downpour so bad I could barely see, coupled with winds I thought were going to blow me off the road.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Make sure you read those signs! Near Herkimer, NY

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Sunrise, I95 between Kittery and Lewiston ME

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Easily, Neenah, WI, moments before I hit the road to get caught in a downpour so bad I could barely see, coupled with winds I thought were going to blow me off the road.

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That should be Essity, not Easily

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I190 & I290, just south of Grand Island, NY

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Waterloo NY. Crash crew truck for Air Force. A lot fancier than in the 70’s. LOL

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Canaan NY. Clouds over the Berkshires

The sunrise picture above is mislabeled. That is actually near LaPorte, IN. I had taken a similar one in Maine

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