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    Today, 18:23
    Thanks Pete. Moving along with a twin. Ditto Keith!
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    Today, 15:27
    That was interesting. It might have come off better had they not stuck the tail in the water first. Not that it's easy to ditch a B-24, but, if it was a flatter landing I think it might have resulted in less damage. Check out the guy climbing out of the top hatch after what looked like a near fatal crash, taking the time to carefully comb his hair back into place. Pilots, ya can't take 'em anywhere!
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    Today, 09:49
    Well, maybe not so much...
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    Today, 09:44
    Looks to be the Saunders Kittiwake.
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    Today, 06:37
    The land version looks French to me. :dizzy:
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    Yesterday, 16:55
    A hop over China.
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    Yesterday, 14:43
    My gut reaction is something from the UK. Not confident at all.
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    Yesterday, 14:32
    PRB replied to a thread Race 1 - Chicago in Racer's Paddock
    Heartbreaker for the 43 guys. I had them wrote off too, but seeing them make such a great run, then to have the engine blow up, was sad. One of the ESPN race talking heads, at the time, insinuated, since the blow up occurred after a pit stop, that perhaps Aric missed a shift and blew it up himself. Hope that wasn't the case. Great race at the end between the 4, 2, 24, and 42.
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    September 12th, 2014, 16:27
    PRB replied to a thread Robb White in The NewsHawks
    In seeing all the books we all read when we were younger, it occurs to me that most of the fiction I read back then was science fiction. Larry Niven, Jerry Pournelle, Arthur C. Clarke, Frank Herbert, and others. My WW-II reading was non-fiction, except for Robb White and Martin Caidin. Good stuff!
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    September 10th, 2014, 19:36
    There is a modern category Ed. Just not anything jet related.
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    September 10th, 2014, 19:33
    Into the interior of Nepal. Thankfully the weather was optimal.
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    September 10th, 2014, 10:08
    PRB replied to a thread Robb White in The NewsHawks
    Love Martin Caidin! Ever read this one? It's a novel, loosely based on the exploits of the 3rd Attack Group in the Pacific War. If Vertigo Studios ever releases their B-25C, I'm going to make a paint of "Whip" Russell's black B-25 with the "Death's Head" on the nose.
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    September 9th, 2014, 17:36
    PRB started a thread Robb White in The NewsHawks
    As a wee lad I read lots of books. Still do, for that matter. My favorite author, without a doubt, was Robb White. He wrote “nautical adventure novels for young people set in the Pacific War”. That's the best short description I can come up with. My two favorites were “Up Periscope” and “Flight Deck”. I still have the very paperbacks I read and re-read countless times (see scanned pic). They are so worn and fragile now I dare not even open them. I've been buying up hard back versions of his books from Amazon, “Torpedo Run”, “The Survivor”, “Silent Ship, Silent Sea”, and “Surrender”. They are all available for cheap prices. Used, worn, but serviceable. But... My two favorites? They are available, but at HUGE prices. How interesting. “Up Periscope” was made into a movie, which I saw once...
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    September 8th, 2014, 14:02
    There goes my Zeppelin-Stakken search down the tubes!
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    September 6th, 2014, 16:13
    I've done many a FOD walkdown on those runways too, albeit some years ago, but I have no idea what those signs say, if they're not the standard "A", "B", or "C" taxiway turnoff signs. I posted the pic on our squadron page on Facebook, but nobody there knows either. Hoping some pilots chime in.
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