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Look hard and you will see it!
Dwarfed by the huge tail of Charleston's 93-0602, a McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III, a Bell 206L-3 LongRanger (N83WP, owned by the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power) slowly approaches its landing spot at Atlantic Aviation at Reno Tahoe International. Sure does look VERY small with that big C-17 tail behind it.

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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
A bit of interesting info .... Prior to being reassigned to Charleston, 93-0602 was named the "City of Altus" when it was assigned to the 97th AMW (Air Mobility Wing) at Altus AFB, Oklahoma.
Greg Byington
Cool shot!
Mathias Böttcher
SUPER , SUPEr , SUPer , SUper , Super , super :-)
cliff731
Gary, was the Bell 206 LongRanger outboard of the C-17 Globemaster's starboard wingtip???
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Hey, Greg and Mathias ... Thank you, guys. The difference in size between that LongRanger and the Globemaster is so cool that I just HAD to share this shot. (When seen by itself, the Bell 206LR is a pretty good sized copter, but it looks awful small here.)
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Hey, howdy, Cliff. ;-) Where ya been? I've been trying to keep an eye peeled for you or for more pics in your folder but I had not seen you lately. Great to hear from you. Everything OK at your end?
Yes, the Bell helo came slowly north on taxiway Charlie and then made a right and it passed between that C-17A and an Eastern 738. (There was a wide gap between the nose of the EAL and the starboard side of the G-master. The helicopter looks like it is very close to the wingtip but in reality there was plenty of room for it to move between the EAL paxbird and the military metalbird.) The LongRanger moved slowly between them, passing the starboard wingtip of the C-17, continued slowly as seen here in my shot, and touched down just beyond the tail of 93-0602. I had a dang tough time trying to get a decent focus on the LongRanger because 1) it was quite a distance away and 2) the LongRanger was so hard to distinguish that I kept getting a focus on the Globemaster. I fired a sequence of seventeen shots and I only kept eight.
And while I'm here in touch with you, I've got a word of info to pass along ...
*) One of my ancient 8mm movie films is being salvaged right now. I'll know more soon and I'll pass along more info when (?if?) it has been saved. All I can tell you right now is that it is about 15 minutes long and the very first frames are of an Eastern L188 Electra.
Keep in touch, Cliff. (A big smile and a wave of my spotter's cap to you.)
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