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Thread: C-17 Prototype on Approach

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    Ace_Chaplan Guest

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    Wow!
    May I ask where that shot was taken?


    Don't call me weird, call me spongey.


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    Default RE: C-17 Prototype on Approach

    >Oh, to be a test-pilot....
    >https://www.flightsim.com/images/noimage.png
    >https://www.flightsim.com/images/noimage.png


    I would guess Boeing Field in Seattle

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    Ace_Chaplan Guest

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    Absolutely correct! On approach to boeing field Seattle Washington.
    https://www.flightsim.com/images/noimage.png

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    yep. cant be london city. these cranes are so typical for seatlle




    https://www.flightsim.com/images/noimage.png

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    OH how I do miss my home town!
    Gotta love the new stadium in FS2k2! and the new one almost finished... Can almost see my Dad's condo in the pic-just up from the waterfront in the shadow of the 'weedle!

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