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Which was the best Polish Biplane of the Spanish Civil War? by Tiger
I smell a Polish joke.............. Hobo wrote: Which was the best Polish Biplane of the Spanish Civil War? Of course, I mean of the ones which were used by both sides. The FuBahr-512 has to be excluded because the tail was assembled in Slovenia. TIA
July 3rd 03 05:37 PM
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Flight TWA 800 was shot down/blown up by Al Quadea? by Tiger
Damn I thought SPECTRE did every thing!!! Aerophotos wrote: Is ths true or what? They were active at this time in 1996 as we all know ... so what stopping them?
July 3rd 03 05:38 PM
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From Col.Greg Davis USAF (ret) by ArtKramr
Art: I've only scratched the surface looking thru your web site, and I must say "nice job". This stuff should be mandatory reading for some of the present day "doves" I flew A10's in the MdANG for 25 years and, except for a few rotations to Bosnia for Deny Flight, never saw any combat. My wife's...
July 3rd 03 07:56 PM
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Biggest Usenet SPAMMER Finally Identified!!! ----- O0wTX1aN by Dave Kearton
....and remember all those presents you got as a kid - where there were no batteries ? Steve took 'em out. ....when your puppy died when you were 7, that was Steve's work. Ever wonder who was sleeping with your mother while Dad was away on business, Steve again.
July 4th 03 12:22 AM
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Luke officials ground F-16s by Otis Willie
Luke officials ground F-16s (EXCERPT) 7/2/2003 - LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. (AFPN) -- Officials here grounded F-16 Fighting Falcons with certain type of engine July 2 after investigators of a June 10 crash found a fleet-wide engine-related problem. The aircraft will be grounded until all aircraft...
July 4th 03 02:58 AM
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Fifty six who risked it all for freedom by Otis Willie
Fifty six who risked it all for freedom (EXCERPT) by Col. Ken Smith 47th Flying Training Wing vice commander 7/3/2003 - LAUGHLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AFPN) -- This is a story about 56 very brave Americans who risked everything on a dream. These were ordinary men with an extraordinary vision....
July 4th 03 02:58 AM
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July issue of Airman available by Otis Willie
July issue of Airman available (EXCERPT) 7/2/2003 - SAN ANTONIO (AFPN) -- Learn about the first group of airmen to fly around the world, take a look at the opening strike of Operation Iraqi Freedom and read about Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Gerald Murray and his journey to represent the...
July 4th 03 02:58 AM
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HH-60 ACCIDENT REPORT RELEASED (EXCERPT) PRESS RELEASE -- Secretary of the Air Force, Directorate of Public Affairs Release No. 0703036 Jul 3, 2003 HH-60 ACCIDENT REPORT RELEASED LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. - Air Force investigators were unable to
July 4th 03 03:06 AM
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Boeing Set For Huge Profits From Tanker Deal by ZZBunker
Ron Parsons wrote in message ... In article , "Robert A. Fowler" wrote: What is the offset expense of maintaining and operating the 136...
July 4th 03 03:18 AM
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Thoughts at a funeral for a stranger by matheson
Funny thing about that, Art. I buried a lot of friends in my 26 + years in the Air Force, and always felt that the turn out was more for the living than for the dead. There is something about the military fraternity that does that to you. Read the first chapter of "The Right Stuff". Now, I play...
July 4th 03 05:27 AM
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July 4th, Thank you to all the veterans!!!!!!!! by CommCtr1
I think its time to thank all that are currently, or have served in the Armed Forces of the United States. Independence is freedom, freedom is NOT free and many thousands of men and women have given their lives so that you and I, can continue to live in freedom. So lets not only celebrate our...
July 4th 03 05:55 AM
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July 4th 03 07:11 AM
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Origin of "aeroplane" by Geoff May
The Raven wrote: Whilst taking a 2minute break from some mind numbing work I pondered on the origin of the word "aeroplane" and it's definition. Interesting word once you get passed the now common "plane" equals aircraft. Initially, aircraft were "flying machines" or "airships" but at...
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July 4th 03 11:42 AM
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ATTN: Art Kramer by robert arndt
Hey Art, If you really love that B-26 of yours why not make a custom model of it? I'm going to have the Saab A36 custom made from Motion Models. They are the best down to the smallest detail. Here's a link: http://www.motionmodels.com/custom.html This is the custom section. Check out the USAAC...
July 4th 03 02:33 PM
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Happy birthday USA! by tscottme
wrote in message ... Happy birthday USA with the 227th birthday! Your friends from the Netherlands. Thanks for the friendly message.
July 4th 03 03:42 PM
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C-124 Globemaster Links by Nicklin
I am trying to find historical links for C-124s. I have found a few things through the wonder of Google but now what I am looking for. Does anyone know anything about a historical repository with things like tail numbers, units and crew names? My father flew "Shaky" for many years. He died a few...
July 4th 03 06:00 PM
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Joint Russian-French 5th generation fighter? by lihakirves
Joint Fifth Generation Fighter Project Proposed The government chairman, Mikhail Kasíyanov, announced the other day that he had reached agreements with the French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffaren regarding a joint project for creation of the fifth generation fighter. However, he has been quiet...
July 5th 03 01:36 AM
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Branson recreates flight of Cayley's glider by David Windhorst
July 5th 03 05:07 PM
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Python 5 AAM by robert arndt
http://defence-data.com/paris2003/pagep119.htm Rob
July 5th 03 10:04 PM
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RAF 1010 Squadron 75th Anniversary Plate by Zomby Woof
If anyone lives in Vancouver BC and wants this item, let me know. Depicts a Halifax, VC-10, and one other aircraft (between WWI and WWII, I believe.) It's still in the original box...purchased at the Abbotsford Airshow in the early 90's. I paid 10 bucks for it then...ten bucks again and it's...
July 5th 03 11:45 PM
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