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Latinbear

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  1. Lovely set of shots! Particularly like the Chinook images.
  2. What a contrast between the two days! My favourites are 20, 21, 22. Many thanks for sharing these.
  3. My supplement arrived in the post this morning. A quick glance suggests to me that it will be a very enjoyable read.
  4. All very nice! Seeing the two Hurricanes in adjoining shots I definitely prefer brown and green rather than grey and green. A bit of a treat to see both the Catalina and the C47 taking off from the grass. Thanks for sharing these.
  5. A lovely set there! Some very nice skies with the stars twinkling too. Difficult to nominate a favourite but I really like the balloons and the strobes on the Wasp are great. Thanks for sharing.
  6. I subscribe to the newsflow from the US website www.military.com. Aircraft are my thing and I'm not keen on going on a rowboat on the Serpentine let alone sailing across the sea but I read the news for all the services and this caught my eye as being quite interesting hence posting the link here. As you'll read the ship and its crew had numerous problems to deal with in the lead up to the fatal collision. https://www.military.com/daily-news/2019/02/09/navys-tragic-fitzgerald-collision-crew-faced-these-big-problems.html
  7. I must have a look at it again. I had the date of 1974 in my mind but couldn't be sure and so I didn't mention the date (I was too lazy to do an interweb check). From what I recall the weather was glorious when they filmed it. Imagine what it would be like to today filmed in 4K!
  8. Very nice! I have a couple of these tucked away for the future.
  9. Absolutely gorgeous! Reminds me of the Raymond Baxter narrated "Skywatch" programme in the mid 1970's which was screened live during I believe a summer's evening and featured an F4 armed turnaround. I love the grey/green RAF Phantoms.
  10. Agreed. Definitely louder in the hover.
  11. Absolutely beautiful! A really terrific piece of work. Nice to have the real thing to use as the guide too!
  12. Avalon's weather sounds like a summer holiday I had in Cornwall a few years ago only without the warm and sunny days and definitely no 40k hot wind.
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