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Old July 5th 03, 03:58 PM
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Default Landing gear door operation

Mary- F-4 doors stay open. So do F-15 and F-16 and B-52 doors. Ditto
YF-12, SR-71, T-33, F-104, X-15, F-18, CV-990, A-7, F-8, KingAir,
B-747, B-1, B-2, F-117, B-57, and U-2. Also Lear 24 and 25. And the
Orbiter. These are just the ones I've seen and can remember. BRBR

c'mom Mary, ya forgot the Scooter and Combat Buckeye!!!
P. C. Chisholm
CDR, USN(ret.)
Old Phart Phormer Phantom, Turkey, Viper, Scooter and Combat Buckeye Phlyer
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