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Old May 10th 04, 08:44 AM
Jay Beckman
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Hi All...

I came across a term the other day I'm not familiar with...

Back in WWII, when a new plane came off the assembly line, a WAC would take
it up and "Slow Time" it.

What was/is "Slow Timing" an airplane?

Was it for single-engine fighters only, or was this something done to all
aircraft?

TIA,

Jay Beckman
Student Pilot - KCHD
17.4 Hrs ... Nowhere to go but up!


 




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