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This foto shortchanges both Porto–container vessel at Howland Hook–and whatever aircraft flies above it. Which aircraft . . . you may wonder?
This one!! Or these ones.
Astride the Boeing’s shoulders is OV-101, the engineless shuttle that never entered space, escorted
by a T-38 chase plane.
scoped out progress on the still second-tallest building in Manhattan,
Ultimately,Enterprise will be barged upriver and be preserved as part of the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. To make room for OV-101, the museum has sent three aircraft upriver, literally: MiG-15, a Douglas F-3D Skyknight, and a Supermarine Scimitar. To see them barging upriver to ESAM, be at the Waterford Flight of Five tomorrow.
And on the subject of preservation, a request . . . tug Pegasus and Lehigh Valley 79 need your vote to demonstrate the power of social media and, thereby, win a grant. Vote DAILY!!