Posted by Andrew Robb on June 26, 2013 
What a great tribute, class act Amtrak.
Posted by Alexandria Becker on June 26, 2013 
We need this and NS 6920 next to each other. Would be amazing.
Posted by SAR Connecta on June 26, 2013 
Posted by Jay Hawthorne on June 26, 2013 
Well played Amtrak.
Posted by John Simpkins-Camp on June 26, 2013 
One more reason to ride Amtrak. Excellent. Support our Veterans and Active Duty Troops.
Posted by Rich Brown on June 27, 2013 
YES, PLEASE, make THIS ( WITHOUT the stars & center logo ) the NEW "System Standard" paint scheme ! It is SO MUCH BETTER than the current one !
Posted by Gary L. on June 27, 2013 
Our veterens certainly deserve this tribute.
Posted by C Davis on June 27, 2013 
Love the colors and love the 50 STARS!!! A beautiful engine. thank you Amtrak. Awesome design.
Posted by AZ Mike on June 27, 2013 
Amtrak and Norfolk Southern, from a 27 year veteran, I salute you. Try to get your friends CSX, Union Pacific, and BNSF to step up!!!!!!!!
Posted by John Doughty on June 27, 2013 
Maybe the NS 6920 and Amtrak 42 can get together for a special photo shoot on July 4th. Beautiful paint job, and I hope the UP, CSX, BNSF, KCS, and other railroads will join in the honoring of our veterans!
Posted by Sid Vaught on June 27, 2013 
I hope someone will add these to the tracking on line.
Posted by Kurt Wayne on June 27, 2013 
Well done, Amtrak.
Posted by Herb Brown Jr on June 27, 2013 
Way to go Amtrak. Another great paint job to honor the troops.
Posted by Joseph Yarbrough on June 27, 2013 
This is (IMO) the best tribute to veterans. I didn't like the Norfolk Southern version at all (gag). While I wholeheartedly believe in supporting our veterans, I think the NS paint scheme was just awful; maybe it was the awful black paint, which should have been eliminated entirely for an "American" tribute. Kudos Amtrak for doing the right thing and painting thhis P42DC red, white and blue!
Posted by David Doty Sr. on June 27, 2013 
I am ex- Air Force, but I was not in Vietnam. I do, however, have a great many of my friends that were. I want to thank AMTRAK for this wonderful tribute that the Vietnam vets so richly deserve. S/Sgt. David Doty USAF (1957-1961).
Posted by cavranger on June 28, 2013 
Thank you Amtrak!
Posted by on October 9, 2013 
There's a dead storage P40 in Phase IV paint on the left corner of the screen. This isn't Indianapolis, this is Beech Grove.
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