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Old April 21st 21, 05:15 PM posted to rec.aviation.soaring
Tony[_7_]
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Hey all - in reviewing Paul Schweizer's "Soaring Through the 20th Century", I realize there are no photos of the gliders being loaded or unloaded from the MATS aircraft, which I thought I had seen somewhere. Anyone have any leads? I suspect it was a C-124...talk about subsidies!
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