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Old November 10th 10, 01:07 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Old November 10th 10, 02:56 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Interesting shots, as always. I remember hearing of a Sea Hornet at an
air display, doing climbing rolls with one prop feathered, although I
didn't see it myself.

regards

Pat Macguire
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Syke wrote in news:RoyCo.64453$jT.23116
@newsfe23.ams2:

Interesting shots, as always. I remember hearing of a Sea Hornet at an
air display, doing climbing rolls with one prop feathered, although I
didn't see it myself.

regards

Pat Macguire



Bob Hoover (see image, this set) did all kinds of aerobatics
in his Rockwell Commander with one or even BOTH engines feathered.






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Old November 10th 10, 03:32 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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On Wed, 10 Nov 2010 09:03:13 -0600, Mitchell Holman
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Syke wrote in news:RoyCo.64453$jT.23116
:

Interesting shots, as always. I remember hearing of a Sea Hornet at an
air display, doing climbing rolls with one prop feathered, although I
didn't see it myself.

regards

Pat Macguire



Bob Hoover (see image, this set) did all kinds of aerobatics
in his Rockwell Commander with one or even BOTH engines feathered.


I believe Mr. Hoover's official motto ran something like
"engines, schmengines"...

Bob ^,,^

(He landed on three engines...)


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