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Boeing CH-47 Chinook (1008855) - A CH-47F Chinook of the United States Army Reserves turns to depart to the ESE after lifting off from Runway 25-7.
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Boeing CH-47 Chinook (1008855)


A CH-47F Chinook of the United States Army Reserves turns to depart to the ESE after lifting off from Runway 25-7.


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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
This was one of four Chinooks that made a RON stay at RNO.
Diana Rose
Beautuful Shot!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Hi again, Diana. Thank You for the compli. (wave)
serge LOTH
Nice shot GAry...I love that helicopter.. used for anything.. since.....
ken kemper
Love those Chinooks.......

Occasionally see them in Appleton. Army Guard flies them from Davenport, IA Field. They use the Hardwood Air to Ground Gunnery Range in Central WI from gunnery practice.
David Hopkins
Back in the late 60s, I was a TV news photographer doing a story on military training at Ft. Benning, GA. I hung out the back of a Chinook while troops ran past me to exit the chopper. I was shooting straight down to the ground. It made for an interesting perspective. At 1500 ft., I had a cable attached to me. At 3000 ft., they made me wear a 'chute. I still had the cable, though.
Charles Huff
Beautiful shot of my favorite helicopter and places I used to ski -- Mount Rose and Slide Mountain.
Tom Vance
Nice hot dog turn at Low level.....! wow 5x
Robert Ferguson
I had always heard the expression "it was so loud, I couldn't hear myself think". Then I rode in a Chinook from Tay Ninh to Cu Chi and found out that it wasn't just an expression.
Darryl Sarno
Great catch Gary! I don't see these much so thank you for sharing!
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