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Aviation Conspiracy: Titanic A380 Airbus Plane STILL Not Flown!!!

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Old April 15th 05, 08:18 AM
Ron Wanttaja
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Default Aviation Conspiracy: Titanic A380 Airbus Plane STILL Not Flown!!!

On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 23:24:35 -0400, Roger

The 71 is a prime example of what can be done when a project doesn't
get bogged down with bureaucracy. They said, this is what we want to
do, Go build something that will do it.

Today, it's called "rapid prototyping." Many of the hallmarks of the SR-71
development process are still used.



Yes, it's a bit tongue-in-cheek. But....

Ron "Been there, done that" Wanttaja

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