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Old February 28th 04, 02:10 PM
mat Redsell
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Default Flying the Marske Pioneer IId

Those interested in more details on " Fying of the Marske Pioneer IId " may
go the the Marske Website and download the PDF article . This is a long
article which includes a flight review by Dave Wells". The article is a
work in progress and differing points of view , corrections etc are
welcome. -mat

http://www.continuo.com/marske/Articles.htm

http://www.continuo.com/marske


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