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Anyone have any experience with the F7U "Gutless Cutlass" by MuseumTech
I was wondering if there were any retired Naval Aviators who have flight hours logged with the dreaded F7U Cutlass. I work at the National Museum of Naval Aviation here in Pensacola. We currently have one on display. Aesthetically speaking, it's a pretty nice looking plane, but I have read a lot of...
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January 17th 05 07:58 PM
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Good Yucks For Former Naval Aviators by W. D. Allen Sr.
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January 17th 05 07:15 PM
by W. D. Allen Sr. Go to last post
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check it out by berben2
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January 17th 05 05:20 PM
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4 x Invincible class or 1 x Nimitz class by jokoch
I just have a thought of the above subject. Say you're the planner for an RN size navy, which one would you prefer, 4 x small CVBG or 1 x BIG CVBG? Say it's all for offensive purpose and not for homeland defence. I think it equates well in terms of tonnage and man power, but how about power...
January 17th 05 04:00 PM
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Relief Effort H-60 Crash by [email protected]
This is another quite interesting view from a few years ago I found on this subject: http://globalsecurity.org/military/library/report/1992/MAR.htm Jacek
January 17th 05 09:27 AM
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Relief Effort H-60 Crash by [email protected]
I believe the number of 60Bs on board the Lincoln is greater than only 2-3. As someone wrote somewhe the exact mix of aircraft aboard a carrier may depend on its mission, or the particular deplyment. The question is: whether the large number of SH-60B's here was specially tailored for the...
January 17th 05 09:09 AM
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Kill Kill Kill by Dave LaCourse
Paminifarm CyberArt (??) sez: lots of mumbojumbo snipped Uh, I think your tin foil hats should be sent to the cleaners. Hope you have a spare.
January 17th 05 05:18 AM
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Relief Effort H-60 Crash by [email protected]
The MH-60Ss involved are from HC-11. There are SH-60Fs and HH-60Hs from HS-2 on the Kennedy, and SH-60Bs from HSL-47 also operating from the Kennedy (presumably they would normally be based on the escorts). Not exactly true - when I read the "Forward... from the sea..." vision, I felt the Navy...
January 17th 05 02:44 AM
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OT- Funny Story by Jim Carriere
Hello group. I found this link and figured a lot of guys here should get a laugh. Sort of a twist on the urban legend about saltpeter in the chow at basic training. Or maybe "what happens on cruise stays on...
January 16th 05 11:43 PM
by Dave Kearton Go to last post
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Data on Fighter Pilots Fellowship Released by Dudley Henriques
I have decided to release this year, some specific data, background information, and photographic memorabilia connected with the International Fighter Pilots Fellowship. Anyone interested in viewing this material, may do so through a Google search for IFPF HISTORY. Thank you Dudley...
January 16th 05 11:41 PM
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Whidbey Island Survival School by JD
When I was in the P3 community (VP31), I was sent to NUW for Survival School. I forget how long it lasted, but I recall the "ogre muthas" giving us a time or two. It was cold and wet (February) and I recall they bused us out to some mountain for snow survival. I have no idea where the...
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January 16th 05 07:10 PM
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P-3 website updated by Marco P.J. Borst
Following the decommissioning of the RNLN squadrons last Friday I have just completed an update to the website of the P-3 Orion Research Group. The latest changes include: - history pages for both VSQ320 and VSQ321 added (follow the links below the pics on the home page) - world wide P-3 squadrons...
January 16th 05 05:21 PM
by Marco P.J. Borst Go to last post
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Relief Effort H-60 Crash by Jim Carriere
Hello folks, I just saw this link on yahoo news, I didn't see anything about it on www.news.navy.mil yet, probably soon. http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&u=/ap/20050110/ap_on_re_as/tsunami_helicopter_crash All the story says is an SH-60 with 10 onboard crashed in Indonesia, near Banda...
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January 13th 05 10:06 PM
by Guy Alcala Go to last post
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LCACs and tsunami support? by Mike Bandor
Do we have any LCACs supporting the relief efforts? I would think that the LCACs would be suited very well to handle part of the task of getting supplies on-shore (no need for an airstrip or port deep enough -- or still functioning). Just curious. Mike
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January 11th 05 04:46 AM
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Emergency swimming ascent from a disabled sub by Jack
If a sub sinks in the ocean, I assume the sailors can escape by swimming to the surface. But what is the maximum depth that a person could do an emergency swimming ascent from a disabled sub?
January 11th 05 04:13 AM
by CPOWHR Go to last post
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Whoops List by Greasy Rider
January 10th 05 12:50 PM
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RAAF P-3C Orion by Marco P.J. Borst
The RAAF did have 19 P-3C Orions, 18 of which have been modified to AP-3C standard. The 19th aircraft, a trials platform, was not modified to AP-3C and remains being a P-3C. Does anyone know which RAAF P-3C is this odd one out? Regards, Marco P.J. Borst P-3 Orion Research Group - The...
January 9th 05 10:32 PM
by Nice Guy Go to last post
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Roster of USN ships in S Asia relief effort ? by John S. Shinal
Thanks, Errol and Guy. News reports last night featured the Admiral in charge speaking about the relief flights and mentioned 30 helos operating already, but didn't say if they were flying off of ABRAHAM LINCOLN or BON HOMME RICHARD - I'll assume the numbers are at least correct...
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January 9th 05 11:57 AM
by Jack Linthicum Go to last post
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Website Mltry.- Your Information, Customized for You, Family Communication, Chat, Please Help by Visiting and Signing Gues by Wolf
Hello everyone, I have spent alot of hard work on making this website. The website is called Soldierlink. I would appreciate it if you could help me jumpstart this community. Please come by and visit us here at http://www.soldierlink.com The website is a place for military members to...
January 8th 05 06:16 AM
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Harrier vs. JSF-35 by Merlin
The JSF will be very late and very expensive. The British have not even started to build the Aircraft Carrier yet that it is supposed to operate from ! It is a pity that the Harrier was not developed further ? An 'Invincible' Class carrier with Harriers and Osprey AEW is probably the way to go...
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January 6th 05 03:38 PM
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