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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Gramaisc, Apr 17, 2012.
Ahhhh that makes sense now....so not the chaps from 617 Squadron?
These would the F-35B's?
I think they have to be Bs to use the British ship.
Talking to somebody just now about the Argosy - a plane with "it's own noise" and no serious vices.
Bleaklow Hill B 29 crash site 70 Years ago today
I did the Pennine Way in 1979 and I remember walking past that site and then down over Kinder Scout which as I remember it also had a few wrecked aircraft scattered about. (I was walking it North to South with the theory that it would be downhill all the way. The theory proved to be questionable .. )
Knowing the sad story behind it is heart rendering, especially at this time of year.
Global Supertanker Servicing
Four take offs and landings a day and flying at 150 feet for the drop !!! … all those involved definitely deserve a tip of the hat.
Whilst Gatwick Airport installs the multi-million pound Israeli anti-drone system, Birmingham Airport looks at bringing in the cheaper Argentinian system:
Serious question, if a drone can take down a plane why don't birds when they go through the turbines? Sounds like misdirection to me.
There can be significant metallic lumps in a drone that you don't get in birds, they may have issues with windscreen penetration, etc.
There does, though, now seem to be a debate about whether anybody actually saw a drone there at all...
...even suggestions that it might have been a kestrel viewing a mouse...
Foreign powers have found a cheap way to bring our airports to a standstill?
Byee, Mosgow now.