Hopefully worth the wait – here are Global Aviation Resource’s photographic highlights for July 2019.
Firstly, we have finally got round to publishing images at 1600px wide after many, many years of doing so at 1024px. Ten years ago, when we started, we were publishing them even smaller than that and it shows how far technology has come! From now on, all images will be published at the new size, unless of course they are old scans or images that, for whatever reason, cannot be reprocessed or resized.
On to the highlights and, as ever, we have a varied selection of types from a few different locations to show you this month. It’s dominated entirely by Paul Dunn, with the rest of team either taking a well-earned break or photographing images for future features and we’ll kick things off with a great looking former US Army Chinook that is now serving in the civilian sector.
Paul caught this F-16 which is wearing the latest version of the HAVE GLASS scheme.
Paul was also at Fallon (feature to follow) – but here’s an image by way of sneak preview and there are a few more in the gallery below.
Finally, it’s Paul again, but this time from Las Vegas McCarran.
More highlights to come next month – in the meantime, enjoy the gallery for July…………….