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Snow in Beeville by Jim
For those who may be interested some interesting photos can be found here. http://www.bee-picayune.com/
January 5th 05 03:00 PM
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USS John F. Kennedy to be retired in 2005 by [email protected]
I am afraid reducing the number of aircraft carriers might quickly result in decreasing the number of active Carrier Air Wings also. JFK, anyhow, has already escaped the axe before, when it became a "training and reserve carrier"... That may give us a glimpse how the Navy may look like in ten...
January 3rd 05 08:13 AM
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P-3 location lists by Marco P.J. Borst
The P-3 Location Reports on the website of the P-3 Orion Research Group have just been updated. Follow the link to the P-3 Orion Aircraft Location Reports at http://home.planet.nl/~p3orion Regards, Marco P.J. Borst P-3 Orion Research Group - The Netherlands website: http://home.planet.nl/~p3orion
January 2nd 05 03:52 PM
by Don McIntyre Go to last post
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01 Jan 2005 - Today’s Military, Veteran, War and National Security News by Otis Willie
01 Jan 2005 - Today’s Military, Veteran, War and National Security News You can also receive this resource listing that is published daily via email by The American War Library. To subscribe go to The Library’s phone number dot com (13105320634.com). Select the ‘Daily Military News’ hyperlink...
January 2nd 05 12:34 AM
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Desktop Wallpaper - USMC "MV-22 Osprey". by T. & D. Gregor, Sr.
Saturday, January 1, 2004 Wallpaper of the month - January 2004 Desktop Wallpaper - "MV-22 Osprey". A MV-22 Osprey, lifts off from the flight deck aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD-3). Kearsarge is conducting landing, launch and recovery training and evaluation with the...
January 1st 05 01:28 PM
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My Son is going to the Gulf soon! by [email protected]
I'm interested in participating in a group or site for mutual support of Troops and Families. I need suggestions of places to go... Thanks LJ
December 31st 04 05:31 AM
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Have you ever seen a C-130 Hercules trying to do a hover over the runway ? by Iwan Bogels
Check out http://www.dappa.nl/crash.htm This video is about a (then) highly classified project to land a C-130 at a soccer field, and get it back airborne from the same field with even more load than during landing. The landing test caused the Herc to virtually hover over the site, and the video...
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December 31st 04 02:52 AM
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Single-seat torpedo planes post-WW2 by KDR
Just wondering how come post-WW2 carrierborne torpedo planes such as Firebrand, AM Mauler, Wyvern were all single-seaters. Only a few years ago during the WW2, carrierborne torpedo planes required three crews - pilot, bomber/navigator & radioman/gunner - without exception. What brought this change?
December 31st 04 02:00 AM
by Leanne Go to last post
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WW2 Marine Ruby Six by Greasy Rider
Received this a couple of days ago in an e-mail. Thought I'd share it with the group: CORSAIR action off Okinawa Klingman's fight with the enemy:
December 30th 04 11:35 PM
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Military Friends by [email protected]
You can find them at http://www.forcesreunited.org.uk with almost 200,000 members! Forces Reunited has Forums, Chat, Competitions, Remembrance, Memories and lots more. Take a look now.
December 29th 04 01:00 PM
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Dover short pilots since vaccine order by Roman Bystrianyk
http://www.healthsentinel.com/news.php?event=news_print_list_item&id=503 Hiran Ratnayake and Lee Williams, "Dover short pilots since vaccine order", Delaware News Journal, December 28, 2004, Link: http://www.delawareonline.com/newsjournal/local/2004/12/28dovershortpilot.html When the military...
December 29th 04 12:47 AM
by Roman Bystrianyk Go to last post
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F-14 Tomcat story. by JDupre5762
I was told a story once by someone who worked at Grumman concerning the F-14. It seems that one day a crew took up an F-14 and shortly after take off found that the pitch controls (elevons?) were stuck causing the aircraft to pitch up uncontrollably. By increasing power the crew was able to keep...
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December 28th 04 02:25 PM
by Gord Beaman Go to last post
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F-14 vs. F-15 accel. by Guy Alcala
Any of you Turkey drivers (let's say A or B) ever have a drag race with an F-15, or compare Dash-1/NATOPS and see which one had better 1g Ps? I was just wondering which could out-accelerate the other assuming similar configuration Let's say air superiority with 8 missiles, or else both clean). ...
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December 28th 04 02:08 PM
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December 28th 04 01:44 AM
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F/A-18 external stores load by [email protected]
I have got some questions concerning F/A-18A/C/D ordnance load, and maybe somebody could help with that: 1. In an article about F-16 I have found some data about the maximum load for each weapon station (even with differences for different G-forces - 5G and 9G as far as I remember). All sources...
December 27th 04 07:59 AM
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Memorable victories Wil Droskil help by Pechs1
And this incident resulted in all our master arm switches being safety wired down. "break the safety wire, arm, shoot". Really dummm P. C. Chisholm CDR, USN(ret.) Old Phart Phormer Phantom, Turkey, Viper, Scooter and Combat Buckeye Phlyer
December 27th 04 02:08 AM
by Gord Beaman Go to last post
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NAVAIRSYSCOM Aircraft Manuals by Pryor Taylor
I am trying to locate NAVAIRSYSCOM technical manuals for decommissioned naval aircraft. It is my understanding that the documents were moved to the west coast, possibly California. Does anyone know where this material is archived?
December 25th 04 08:20 PM
by Pryor Taylor Go to last post
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F-14 with the Playboy bunny logo? by D
A few months ago Playboy magazine had a picture of an all-black F-14 with the bunny logo. I thought this logo had been banned from Navy aircraft after the Tailhook scandal. Does anybody know any details? D
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December 25th 04 12:15 AM
by M. B. Go to last post
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Memorable victories by Pechs1
elmshoot- I know the Traning command put some more restrictions on us like no Flaps during the fight, so it was far game to throw them out in the fleet? BRBR Also I remember that NATOPS prohibited aero braking after landing but when I got to VC-12 OMARS it was considered normal to Aero...
December 24th 04 04:00 PM
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Not my Navy! by Jim
http://www.news.navy.mil/view_single.asp?id=19493
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December 23rd 04 01:06 AM
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