C-5 Galaxy at PDX.

C-5 Galaxy and C-17 Globemaster at PDX

Just a couple of pictures that I have taken while watching aircraft at PDX. The C-5 delivered two Pavehawk helicopters. The C-17 was here with the Thunderbirds during the Airshow.

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Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Dec 29 at 10:37 PM

P-51,WHAT! Yea, your right do some research.

Jetfire says ... on Sunday, Dec 6 at 8:14 PM

People who said that is a c-5, you are right. Here is how you can tell the difference between a c-5 and a c-17. First of all, the wings on the c-5 bend down more than the c-17. Besides, the c-17 has winglets, the c-5 does not. I like the cargo planes

potatopete says ... on Tuesday, Nov 10 at 3:14 PM

lost my boy in one of these, its big and you see it after it has been lowered onto the wheels after stopping

Raydogg says ... on Saturday, Nov 7 at 7:04 PM

It's a C-5, and Deteminator's right. These planes are ginormous. I've walked in one, and they are huge!

Wrong says ... on Friday, Nov 6 at 9:29 PM

It's your average soccer mom's SUV.

Plane dude says ... on Friday, Nov 6 at 8:41 PM

Wrong! It's a flying truck, like the Ford LTD.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Nov 4 at 10:23 PM

That is a P-51. Do some research before you post!

The Determinator says ... on Wednesday, Nov 4 at 1:15 PM

Incredible pictures. The C-17 is huge, but look at the Fuel Tanker parked under the wing of the C-5 Galaxy. This gives you an idea how large it is. Good Job!

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