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jack windsor
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Last Activity: 20th September 2018, 14:33
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  • jack windsor
    replied to Hunting Hitler S03E06
    hi,
    I remember seeing these series, if you don't want to know look away now, I think it was a FW.200 or sea plane one of the "investigators" is paddling about in a bay feeling for any wreckage with his feet, What struck me has odd with this programme is the man and woman back co-ordinating...
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  • jack windsor
    replied to Battle of Britain Day - a reminder
    hi,
    totally agree, its all we can do remember them, and it would be all they ask...

    regards,
    jack...
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  • jack windsor
    replied to SPOTTED 2018 What Have You Seen?
    about 1815 o/h N-u-L, Staffs, a Anson G-AHKX what a lovely throaty roar, must have first heard it around Birmingham! heading NW Liverpool or Blackpool/Warton way...
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  • jack windsor
    replied to Holiday snaps - Narsarsuaq
    Hi,
    is this the base mentioned by Ernest K. Gann in his very good book Fate is the Hunter, where crews heading into here had two fjords to aim for, more often than not the weather was minimal they had to find the fjord with a shipwrecked at the entrance of the right one. Once in they could...
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  • jack windsor
    started a topic HA-1112 Buchon's at Air Leasing Sywell...

    HA-1112 Buchon's at Air Leasing Sywell...

    hi,
    visited the LAA fly in last weekend and the Austers, Moths, and a Miles trio all looked great in the sunshine, then a P.47 took off a Buchon landed, A Yak-3U Seafire, also seen looking good. Over at Air Leasing in their restoration hangar G-AWHC looked complete, G-AWHR was stripped down...
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  • I understand what you say but don't agree with you, how foolish we look when you consider Ted Heath, Jimmy Saville, and how we lauded them. Winston Churchill had his faults but then he was the man of that time, in our own interest Guy Gibson and Douglas Bader were not liked very much but did the job and...
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  • I've been googling McCain and there are many results of where his version of the USS Forrestal accident differs from the none facts, ie his plane was not struck by the missile, the 1000lb bomb not 2 dropped from his plane, he was not wounded, he did leave the ship with a reporter when only severely wounded were...
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  • hi, cracked it, re my post number 3, I've just spent a very enjoyable 1hr 36 mins watching Appointment in London, (not a hint of CGI!). Therein was the answer to my question the controller was Ronald Adam, who rejoined the RAF and became a controller at Hornchurch sector during the Battle of Britain as a ...
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  • A percentage of his fellow POW's and veteran organisations, did not see him as a hero, openly questioned him on his firm stance that there were no MIA's left after the Paris peace talks, and his continual objection to openness on POW debriefs. Aswell as his firm responces to anyone who questioned the...
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