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Wingless Plane photos & info by John Szalay[_2_]
Test Flight Of Wingless Plane, Bill Horton - Designer, Builder, Pilot Date taken: 1952 Photographer: Loomis Dean http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/006a97b043129075_large http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/bafe2c0c91c55558_large http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/22ee892f47187d1b_large ...
June 28th 10 07:05 PM
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Looking for a "ride" from SF bay to Minnesota (IS THIS CRAZY?) by Matti Saarinen
Hello everybody, I'm a father of three from Redwood City, CA. I don't fly by myself but I'm interested in flying overall. We actually live just now quite close to San Carlos Airport, where they had the Vertical Challenge show just week ago. We're a family from Northern Europe. This may be crazy...
June 25th 10 06:44 PM
by Matti Saarinen Go to last post
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Finally following my dreams by Rudy26
Hi all, I'm new to this forum, and hope I'm in the right place to ask these questions. At 45, I've finally decided to follow my lifelong dream of flying. I guess my first concern is, am I too old. I don't want to be a airline pilot, but cessnas or flying instructor would be nice, so long as I...
June 18th 10 03:51 AM
by larryp7639 Go to last post
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Helmet refurbish by CF
I've in need of a SPH 5 Army helmet refurbish, where's a web site to buy new pads?
June 13th 10 12:30 AM
by brian whatcott Go to last post
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LIFE Wasp engine photos by John Szalay[_2_]
Captioned as found. A close-up of the 410 H.P. Wasp, the first engine used in the first airmail plane. Location: US Date taken: 1943 Photographer: Ralph Morse http://www.gstatic.com/hostedimg/70046990bcfbb618_large A close-up of the R-985 9 cylinder 450 H.P. Wasp Jr
June 1st 10 12:08 AM
by brian whatcott Go to last post
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D-type, RS, JK, T, or waterproof? by Marvin J. Mooney
On 2010-04-22, Rich Grise on Google groups wrote: On Apr 21, 4:05*pm, "Otto Bahn" wrote: wrote And when was it that the beach wear started to be called flip-flops? I haven't yet tried to explain to my daughter that...
May 3rd 10 03:33 PM
by Marvin J. Mooney Go to last post
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By 2030, commercial passengers will routinely fly in pilotlessplanes. by Bob Fry
Not my statement. See http://www.longbets.org/4 What sayeth the group wisdom? I think eventually there will be pilotless aircraft, the question is when.
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April 28th 10 10:43 PM
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Mission Aviation by Russell
Air Mission of the Americas is a private, international non- governmental organization (INGO). We are primarily funded through the generosity of a single, anonymous donor. Accordingly, while we accept and welcome private donations, we do not hold or seek classification as a charitable organization...
April 16th 10 03:07 AM
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Four course radio range navigation video by Peter Taggart
Greetings : We have put up on you tube a Video of the 1928 to 1970's Four Course Radio Range The radio range was the backbone navigation system until replaced by the VOR system. We built an actual four course Radio Range and put it on the air. Please visit you tube, In the search bar enter :...
April 12th 10 02:49 AM
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anti-roll-out by wingman1985
Mechanical System Functional Test Open the cargo compartment door and verify that the PFW Aerospace AG CLS has been installed in accordance with PFW installation drawing BX900023. 1) Lower the door sill protector (if applicable) and raise the anti-roll-out 2) Check all cargo Locks to ensure they...
April 7th 10 11:28 PM
by brian whatcott Go to last post
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Grounded! by brian whatcott
For those who managed to escape all notice that the paper FAA certificates were being turned over to plastic cards, as publicized for the last two years: your paper flying license is now kindling, as from midnight last night! Regards Brian Whatcott with a brand new license to fly....
April 1st 10 11:19 PM
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lavatories - required improvements by AnnaAleksandra
Hi over there, In the framework of my studies at the University of Business Administration in Vienna I am currently working on a research project concerning innovations in the field of airplane lavatories (hygiene, functionality, design). The main purpose of this project is to find solutions,...
March 21st 10 04:29 PM
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Joe Baugher's ISP move by John Szalay
NOTICE:: IF YOU ARE A USER OF JOE BAUGHER'S AIRCRAFT SERIAL NUMBER webpages. Joe Baugher's Internet Service Provider is discontinuing its support of personal web pages, effective mid-March of 2010. Consequently, this Web Page is moving to http://www.joebaugher.com. Please update your links...
March 10th 10 10:40 PM
by joelietz Go to last post
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Employment Opportunity by PreferredAvionics
Preferred Avionics is now located at the Livingston County Airport in Howell, MI. We are looking to add new talent to our professional avionics team. Candidates should have a strong background in general aviation aircraft, and general aviation electronics. Previous experience is required. ...
February 25th 10 04:40 PM
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"Alaska's Bush Pilots...The Real Deal" DVD by Sally Student Pilot
I am a female student pilot and the other evening I saw a commercial about "Alaska's Bush Pilots...The Real Deal". It was a documentary but I can't find it anywhere. Anybody know where I can purchase it? They said it was in HD so it may not even be available. Help!
February 22nd 10 06:55 PM
by Sally Student Pilot Go to last post
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Oops! Fire extinguishers! by Canberra Man
Hi. Working on a Canberra with a faulty No 2 Inverter (instrument supplies) checked the fuse,- OK. So, says I, Type S relay upper equipment hatch. Climbed up, opened hatch and entered. Released four Dzus fasteners on the main panel and the lid was stuck, I hit it with my fist, there was a bang,...
February 17th 10 06:50 PM
by Canberra Man Go to last post
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Russian Ka-7 Superfortress-Does anyone know if these photos ? arereal by Geoff Miller
T Lee Buyea Fla.News Service writes: Russian Ka-7 Superfortress-Does anyone know if these photos ? are real ? Address:http://www.aksturgeon.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/k7-1.jpg Looks like on top of all the other ground-breaking features, it
January 29th 10 02:04 PM
by Canberra Man Go to last post
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Introduction by Canberra Man
Why not have an introduction forum, most do. I was born in 1930 and lived in Grimsby in Lincolnshire. Was nine when the war started and got used to sitting in an air raid shelter, listening to the bombs coming down and hoping our house would still be there. Left school at 14 and worked as a Naval...
January 27th 10 10:16 PM
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Wiring in a KI 214 by apachearmtguy
Hello everyone. I am upgrading my nav indicator from a KI 211C to a KI 214 and I have all the wires accounted for in the connector swap except for 2: G/S energize and the .05 Mhz control. Can anyone tell me where these would originate from? I do not have autopilot. Thanks!
November 10th 09 03:15 AM
by brian whatcott Go to last post
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Pulling Avionics Boxes. by brian whatcott
If you ever need to pull or replace a cockpit avionics box, you need to remember this. Boxes are fixed in the panel in one of two ways: 1) A jacking screw. Example: AT-50B Transponders have a front panel allen head screw that goes clear through to the back,where it locates a fixed nut in the...
November 8th 09 05:42 PM
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