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I live in the Florida Keys. I've been in the military and worked inside the Beltway. I've had 22 technical books and two novels published. I fly, boat, dive, shoot, and swim pretty damn well.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Boeing 787 Flies Formation with a Boeing Model 40

With owner Addision Pemberton flying the Boeing Model 40 at as fast as it would go, the Boeing test pilot was able to slow down and position the 787 long enough to get this shot.  The Model 40 rolled out of the Boeing plant in 1928.  The two airliners were flying near Mt. Rainier southeast of Seattle.

If you have a young flyer, perhaps one going on a first trip, there is nothing cooler than building a model of a commercial airplane.  It's a great way to defuse anxiety about flying and to build curiosity.  This is a great model!  

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