The EC-135E ARIA in the air. I recently posted a photo from the US Air Force Museum of "Nosey" at the Aircraft Park. Found this US Air Force photo of it in the air.
An EC-18 aircraft from the 452nd Flight Test Squadron at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., will transport NASA scientists overseas to study the Leonid meteor storm. The EC-135E ARIA, nicknamed "Nosey," which normally serves as an Advanced Range Instrumentation Aircraft, also will downlink real-time information to Air Force Space Command during the meteor storm.
Nosey & Hump at the US Air Force Museum
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