Daniel L. Berek's Photo Gallery

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N2290F photo, click to enlarge
This aircraft was designed as an eight-passenger airliner. During World War II, the RAF purchased the aircraft as an air ambulance, named the Dominie.
53-7885 photo, click to enlarge
This was Dwight D. Eisenhower's personal mount, replacing the VC-54C of Harry S Truman. This aircraft was superseded by the VC-137C (Boeing 707) under President Kennedy. Columbine III served as a VIP transport through 1966, when she was retired.
46-0505 photo, click to enlarge
President Truman's mount was restored with its distinctive eagle scheme in 1977.
46-0505 photo, click to enlarge
President Harry Truman ordered the 29th DC-6 off the Santa Monica production line as his personal transport.
42-107451 photo, click to enlarge
This was the first purpose-built presidential transport, used by FDR and Truman.
N105CA photo, click to enlarge
This wonderful bird is now on display at the Champaign Aviation Museum, where patrons are allowed to walk through the aircraft.
N19903 photo, click to enlarge
This has to be one of the most elegant airliners ever built.
N50NS photo, click to enlarge
I haven't seen one of these in 20 years. These little boxy turboprops may not win a beauty contest, but they certainly do not lack for character.
N137JR photo, click to enlarge
The Twin Otter is one of my perennial favorite aircraft and I am always happy to spot one. This handsome example is used by J R S Sky Inc. at Stroudsburg-Pocono Airport for skydiving.