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Army Aviation Crews Website by Griffin 704
Still needing any online references to US Army Aviation crashes involving fatalities so they can be added to online listing at: http://www.armyaircrews.com
June 8th 04 08:07 PM
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DU ~ Depleted Uranium by Matt Wiser
Most of those sources are pretty left-of-center at least, and FAR to the left at most. Anyone who quotes the "International Action Center" (A front for the Workers' World Party) or "StopNATO" (a similar front) is using questionable judgement. wrote: DU ~ ...
June 8th 04 03:25 PM
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The Rummy Express - Washington to Singapore Non-Stop by Jørgen
22 hours, plenty of legroom and all the food you can handle. ' Nicknamed the 'Doomsday' plane because it is configured to be used during wartime and emergencies, there are only four of the E-4B aircraft in the US Air Force...
June 8th 04 12:59 PM
by J Doe Go to last post
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Settle a bet: Mach speeds by tscottme
When knowledgeable people speak of a vehicle going "X Mach" they are referencing the speed of the vehicle compared to the speed of sound at local conditions, right? I ask because I've heard NASA folks mentioning that the Shuttle, at some point in it's descent, is going Mach 25. I claim that means...
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June 8th 04 10:16 AM
by Cub Driver Go to last post
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River Rat display at SDAM (attn: Ed R.) by Krztalizer
Sorry for the delay in replying - here is the list of F-105 items in the display case under the A-4E that is the centerpiece of the WWVN montage. - A large PI wooden model of the F-105D flown by Don Kutyna. - Sierra Hotel hat, one each (without mission marks - hmmm), from Col. Homer Terry. -...
June 8th 04 05:26 AM
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3 Attachment(s) The Superior King Tiger by robert arndt
http://www.achtungpanzer.com/pz5.htm Better than any mass-produced piece-of-**** Sherman (except the Firefly British conversion). Russian T-34/85s and JS-2 tanks were even better than American ones and even they didn't fare well in engagements with the King Tiger. Key weakness for the Tiger series...
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June 8th 04 12:25 AM
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Team to Look for CIA Pilots Lost in China by Otis Willie
Team to Look for CIA Pilots Lost in China (EXCERPT) LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- A team of American investigators is traveling to China this week to search for the remains of two CIA pilots killed 50 years ago when their plane was shot down on a secret mission to pick up an anti-communist Chinese...
June 7th 04 11:56 PM
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Hope U.S. soldiers don't get railroaded by B2431
From: (HiC) Regarding the Iraqi prisoner scandal, whether the actions of the soldiers was right or not - and I don't believe nearly enough of the facts have been brought to light to make an informed judgement - does anyone believe that any of this could have possibly...
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June 7th 04 10:17 PM
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Boeing 757 turn rate? by Garyurbach
Can anybody here tall me what the standard rate of turn is in a 757? Is it the same as small palnes, i.ei, is it universal at 360 degrees in 2 minutes? I've got someone telling me the Boeing 757 that hit the Pentagon did some impossible turn before flying into the building, and it sounds like a...
June 7th 04 05:48 PM
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D-Day: Start engines: 0412 hours Our aircraft had been serviced and prepared all through the night. Flying lead was Major Norgaard as pilot and formation leader and our CO, Colonel Bob Witty who flew as deputy group commander in the lead plane, the Mary Jo. In the crew was also was Capt. Jim...
June 7th 04 05:08 PM
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WW I Flying, Aces by John Bailey
This book, which I found in the public library, expresses a different point of view regarding aces in World War One. The Dream of Civilized Warfa World War I Flying Aces and the American...
June 7th 04 05:04 PM
by Stephen Harding Go to last post
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Fate Is the Hunter by Cub Driver
What airline was Ernest K Gann flying for when he began to fly for the army in Fate Is the Hunter? Thanks! all the best -- Dan Ford email: (put Cubdriver in subject line) The Warbird's Forum www.warbirdforum.com The Piper Cub Forum www.pipercubforum.com
June 7th 04 10:41 AM
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air2air.net update by Mike Alpha
Here are some new shots on my website. This time You can see some ex-Polish Air Force MiG-15UTI based now in Mohave, California and TS-11 Iskra from Phoenix, Arizona. Beside this some Warsaw Police Department Bell 206, new Orlik and Iskras Demo Teams shots with outstanding Orlik and MiG-29 low...
June 7th 04 10:32 AM
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This is what the D-Day was for... by HECTOP
I know this is gonna start a riot, but... http://www.suntimes.com/output/news/cst-nws-dday31.html France pledges to shoot down private pilots in D-Day air space May 31, 2004 BY BEN FENTON ARROMANCHES, France -- Private pilots who stray into Normandy air space during the 60th anniversary of...
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June 7th 04 07:57 AM
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USAF to trim F-35A purchase by Henry J Cobb
http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=5350514 But Christopher Bolkcom, a military aviation analyst at the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service, said any cutbacks in planned F-35 purchases would harm confidence in the program by virtue of boosting flyway costs...
June 7th 04 05:27 AM
by Kevin Brooks Go to last post
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Who do you drop a nuclear bunker buster on? by Henry J Cobb
http://www.nationalreview.com/kerry/kerry200406020904.asp Gen. Richard Myers, in a May 2003 briefing, explained that a nuclear bunker buster could minimize the threat from biological or chemical weapons at an enemy site. By the time the nuclear bunker buster is fielded, both Iran and...
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June 6th 04 09:43 PM
by Tetherhorne P. Flutterblast Go to last post
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D-Day by Ed Majden
D-Day 6 June We all owe a heartfelt BIG THANK YOU to all the Vets that won our freedom on Normandy Beach and other theaters in WW11. Life would be very different had these young HEROs not been there! THANK YOU!!!!!! Ed Majden ret RCAF/CAF 1958/86
June 6th 04 06:58 PM
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Airshow Action Photo Gallery update by Peter Steehouwer
Dear newsgroup reader, Today 6th of June 2004 Airshow Action Photo Gallery with a new update: - Berlin Airshow ILA2004 Germany - 90's Airshow action pictures that I took in the 90's (nice pictures taken from tower at Scheveningen beach the Netherlands) - Result vote of the Airshow Action picture...
June 6th 04 06:45 PM
by Peter Steehouwer Go to last post
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Right Again. by Grantland
(TonyZ2001) wrote: June 3, 2004 World Opinion Be Damned America's attempts to appease "world opinion" are depraved and suicidal By Alex Epstein It is a testament to the perverse priorities of our politicians and
June 6th 04 06:26 PM
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*The Necessity of Terminating Clones* by X98
In the name of all the children have been murdered so that the clones may live *The Necessity of Terminating Clones* Peace, As I have said before ALL clones must be terminated and their makers put on trial for crime against humanity.
June 6th 04 04:15 PM
by Mike Beede Go to last post
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