Another return to the scene of the crime.
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    Another return to the scene of the crime.

    Hi guys,
    I browsed by the outhouse out of nostalgia. I was so encouraged to see a few old names in the posts (Hi Canelo) that I thought it might be time to get airborne again. (Now that I'm back, you may want to park the emergency vehicles a little farther from the edge of the runway.)

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    Welcome back winggnutt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winggnutt View Post
    Hi guys,
    I browsed by the outhouse out of nostalgia. I was so encouraged to see a few old names in the posts (Hi Canelo) that I thought it might be time to get airborne again. (Now that I'm back, you may want to park the emergency vehicles a little farther from the edge of the runway.)

    Welcome back! Not to worry, unless you regularly make "Panther" type landings! NC

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    Thanks guys. Don't worry too much, Chief, it's not so much the flying as it is the condition of the aircraft when I return from a mission. (I like air-to-mud and anti-ship and tend to bore in and ignore the aa.)

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    Navy Chief, I just opened your Avatar link. Nice plane! My dad flew a similar one for the Air Force - was a Thunderbird for 2 1/2 yrs.

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