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Mr Will

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12,780 posts

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Continued from Volume 1


...and to kick it off:

rhinochopig

17,061 posts

84 months

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Mr Will said:
Continued from Volume 1


...and to kick it off:
First Secretary: Calm yourself, Vladimirov...
General Vladimirov: Calm... calm myself? How can I be calm in your stupidity, STUPIDITY! Losing that aircraft to the Americans... Do you know what this man Gant is? He can land a plane on an ice floe and take off again! You must *ACT*, First Secretary!

M-J-B

10,273 posts

136 months

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Mr Will said:
Continued from Volume 1


...and to kick it off:
Foxbat?

dougc

8,236 posts

151 months

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M-J-B said:
Mr Will said:
Continued from Volume 1


...and to kick it off:
Foxbat?
Sukhoi-47

M-J-B

10,273 posts

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dougc said:
M-J-B said:
Mr Will said:
Continued from Volume 1


...and to kick it off:
Foxbat?
Sukhoi-47
Thanks.

May be wrong, but at least the topic is now being followed now it's volume two wink
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rhinochopig

17,061 posts

84 months

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Continuing the experimental Russian theme

Mig 105



Narrator: In the year 1987, at the John F. Kennedy Space Center, NASA launched the last of America's deep space probes. The payload, perched on the nose cone of the massive rocket, was a one-man exploration vessel - Ranger 3. Aboard this compact starship, a lone astronaut - Captain William "Buck" Rogers - was to experience cosmic forces beyond all comprehension. An awesome brush with death: in the blink of an eye, his life support systems were frozen by temperatures beyond imagination. Ranger 3 was blown out of its planned trajectory into an orbit a thousand times more vast, an orbit which was to return the ship full circle to his point of origin - its mother Earth - not in 5 months, but in 500 years.

RedLeicester

6,295 posts

131 months

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Vol2? Already?!


Gosh that second pic looks like a guppy fish!

Mr Will

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12,780 posts

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RedLeicester said:
Vol2? Already?!
Well the first one was only 500 pages long... hehe

RedLeicester

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131 months

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500? Pah! A mere nurseling in the cradle of youth!

Tango13

3,329 posts

62 months

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Have we had a picture of this before?

eccles

8,556 posts

108 months

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Not on this thread....... hehe

Tango13

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62 months

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eccles said:
Not on this thread....... hehe
I think we may be getting a few reposts hehe

eccles

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Tango13 said:
eccles said:
Not on this thread....... hehe
I think we may be getting a few reposts hehe
I suppose the old thread will be a good source to get pictures from.... scratchchin

Skywalker

3,005 posts

100 months

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I can feel my juices flowing.

Have a little


with a



and a



Edited by Skywalker on Tuesday 3rd August 18:45

D-Angle

3,872 posts

128 months

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Skywalker

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(well it was a flying machine)

hidetheelephants

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79 months

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Skywalker said:
(well it was a flying machine)
Bloodhound? Don't fancy the in-flight ents on one of them, bit drafty too!

SMKurt

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80 months

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May be a repost.


mcdjl

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81 months

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Count the planes:

Tall ladder?

Close?

Wrong shutter speed?


Keep it low..


The loud lever(s) is(are)put to use...





I do have some more if you want me to keep posting...or i may supply some pics when people moan the threads getting too techy smile

TvrTone

260 posts

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Skywalker said:
(well it was a flying machine)
112 Squadron Bristol Bloodhound.

Happy Valley, Episkopi, Cyprus? about 1970-75?

I was there!
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