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ADF aircrew with basal cell carcinoma removed by BCC Pilot
If you are a military pilot, ex military pilot or applicant who has got to at least the flight screening stage, and you had basal cell carcinoma removed prior to enlistment or selection, then I'd like to hear from you. Discretion assured. I am particularly interested in pilots or applicants for...
July 10th 03 12:59 PM
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Declassified documents show Israel's 1967 attack on USS Liberty was accidental by Grantland
DAN wrote: Declassified documents show Israel's 1967 attack on USS Liberty was accidental http://web.israelinsider.com/bin/en.jsp?enPage=ArticlePage&enDisplay=view&enDispWhat=object&enDispWho=Article%5El2492&enZone=Security&enVersion=0& The release by NSA:...
July 10th 03 04:27 PM
by David Lednicer Go to last post
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A4 just buzzed Mangere Airport by Jeremy Thomson
12:38 NZST (GMT+12) an A4 Skyhawk just crossed Auckland International Airport. I work out at the airport & was having lunch when I heard a loud jet, obviously not the usual turbofans you hear around the airport. Looked up to see an RNZAF Skyhawk coming from the north heading south essentially...
July 10th 03 04:27 PM
by Harry Andreas Go to last post
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Pilots on jury short list for friendly-fire court martial by Otis Willie
Pilots on jury short list for friendly-fire court martial (EXCERPT) U.S. general names 12 potential panel members Michael Friscolanti National Post Thursday, July 10, 2003 A senior intelligence officer, a civil engineer and a B-52 pilot are among the prospective jurors chosen to decide the fate...
July 10th 03 09:27 PM
by Otis Willie Go to last post
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Using the AF to get into Med school... by Eastward Bound
Is it almost guaranteed if you want to use the air force to get into med. school and to pay for it? As long as you can make it through basic training? How exactly does that work? Basic training? AIT? Why AIT when they just pay your tuition for your choice of university? I hear you owe the air...
July 10th 03 10:53 PM
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Lessons to learn from Entebbe by Gordon
Lesson #1. Don't screw with Israelis.
July 11th 03 01:29 AM
by John Mullen Go to last post
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B-25 Maintenance by Randy
We have a flap lever with the lockout broken. We want to remove the cover with out moving the landing gear cable. The cover has four screws looking down and two on each side left and right. How do we take this cover off?
July 11th 03 03:37 AM
by suckthis.com Go to last post
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Python 5 by Kevin Brooks
(JDupre5762) wrote in message ... Why were they buying Shafrir (or whatever the name of that early version Sidewinder-derived pre-Python AAM was) instead of buying the latest Sidewinder variants? I think because the...
July 11th 03 07:08 AM
by Kevin Brooks Go to last post
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B-26s Bombing D-Day Beaches by vincent p. norris
A week ago, there was a discussion of the altitudes from which B-26s bombed the beaches on D-Day. I talked today with a friend who flew one of those B-26s at Utah Beach. He said they bombed from 1,100 feet. He didn't know what altitudes were used at Omaha. He added that he saw landing craft...
July 11th 03 08:36 AM
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KC-767 vs Re-Mod DC-10's by John Halliwell
In article , CFA3 writes My guess, (taken for what it's worth), is that we could refurbish and convert those 10's at something of the order of 1/3 the cost of new 767's. Not to mention the commonality issue that would be...
July 11th 03 05:12 PM
by Tarver Engineering Go to last post
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RadSat Aviation Website News Extra by Geoff Boyce
***** STOP PRESS ***** A new page has been added to the Aviation Website. This page is of the Kemble Classic Jet Airshow that took place in June 2003. To see this page, which is listed at the bottom of the contents column on the left of the site, can be found at...
July 11th 03 08:42 PM
by Geoff Boyce Go to last post
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Not Particularly Impressed with Tuskegee Airmen Propaganda. by The Enlightenment
The Squadron was particularly effective at a time when being judged by merit was apparently not common and for this its men deserve great honor. However the reason the Trugegee Airmen worked, indeed the reason integration has not degraded the effectiveness of the US military is this: ...
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July 11th 03 09:01 PM
by Richard Brooks Go to last post
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Glacier Girl to be at Dayton air show. by John
Glacier Girl is scheduled to appear at the Dayton Air Show on July 17th-20th, 2003, flown by Steve Hinton. She also flew in an unscheduled display at an show in Mo. http://thelostsquadron.com/ http://thelostsquadron.com/ggg.html
July 11th 03 09:10 PM
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Dayton by John
The 2003 Dayton Air Show , offers the unprecedented appearances each day - July 17, 18, 19, and 20 - of all three North American Military Jet Demonstration Teams: US Navy Blue Angels US Air Force Thunderbirds Canadian Forces Snowbirds
July 11th 03 09:14 PM
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Air Force Print News for July 10, 2003 by Otis Willie
Air Force Print News for July 10, 2003 Dusty duty (Stand-alone photo) http://www.af.mil/stories/story.asp?storyID=123005234 AF names 12 outstanding airmen http://www.af.mil/stories/story.asp?storyID=123005236
July 11th 03 09:29 PM
by Otis Willie Go to last post
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MEDIA ADVISORY ON 767A REPORT TO CONGRESS by Otis Willie
MEDIA ADVISORY ON 767A REPORT TO CONGRESS (EXCERPT) PRESS RELEASE -- Secretary of the Air Force, Directorate of Public Affairs Release No. 0711038 Jul 11, 2003 MEDIA ADVISORY ON 767A REPORT TO CONGRESS WASHINGTON, D.C. - Dr. Marvin Sambur, assistant secretary of the Air
July 11th 03 09:30 PM
by Otis Willie Go to last post
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In-flight entertainment systems linked to scores of jet 'difficulties' by Bertie the Bunyip
"Tarver Engineering" wrote in : "JL Grasso" wrote in message ... On Fri, 11 Jul 2003 11:22:30 -0700, "Tarver Engineering" wrote in alt.disasters.aviation:
July 11th 03 11:21 PM
by Bertie the Bunyip Go to last post
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#1 piston fighter? by Peter Stickney
In article , "The Enlightenment" writes: "ArtKramr" wrote in message ... Yeah. we got hit by a 262 one day. It didn't seem very well flown and did no ...
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July 12th 03 12:16 AM
by Corey C. Jordan Go to last post
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First Aircraft to 'use' TFR by S. Sampson
"Jeremy Thomson" wrote I put the 'use' in quotes becuase I believe TFR modes on radars have been around since the 50's. Vulcan bomber. TFR worked just fine.
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July 12th 03 01:02 AM
by John Halliwell Go to last post
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Kinda funny... by Ditch
Here is something I picked up from another usenet group. 1. Go to www.google.com 2. do a search for "weapons of mass destruction" (no quotations" 3. hit the "I feel lucky" button. 4. read the error page. Just to let all of you know, I am not against our troops over there. I just thought think the...
July 12th 03 07:23 AM
by Ditch Go to last post
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