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    Gotta give these two a mention.



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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    We had the Puff in Nam, what a beauty that bird is at night when you are hot and they come in and light up the area and hose it down, next day it looks like a fresh plowed wheat field..
    a bit like spraying napalm?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    The other day a small bunch of Thai ran a bunch of the Limey marines back to their ship after fucking them out of 35k baht.
    I seem to remember a small bunch of Vietnamese ran the whole US army back home. How much did you spend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Gorgon
    And, yes, on the record, my passport says I am a Canuck, but I hate them, too.
    you hate yourself Jet!!? not good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Gotta give these two a mention.


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    When warfare was a mans business, and you could see your enemy-



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    Take a previously underperforming warplane, add powerful RR Merlin engines and long range tanks and you got the P-51 Mustang, a superb piece of trans Atlantic co-operation-



    No other plane could fly higher, or further.
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    Nothing like the FW-190 a beaut.



    I also love the A-10 I grew up with them doing straffing runs over my football practice field in Germany.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    I also love the A-10 I grew up with them doing straffing runs over my football practice field in Germany.
    Pretty extreme coaching tactics.

    Maybe the Roosters could approach RAAF base Williamtown to spice up the training sessions with their FA-18 Hornets




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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub
    I also love the A-10 I grew up with them doing straffing runs over my football practice field in Germany.
    Pretty extreme coaching tactics.

    Maybe the Roosters could approach RAAF base Williamtown to spice up the training sessions with their FA-18 Hornets



    They would come in so low that I could smell the exhaust and feal the heat coming off their engines...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    golly. Related to its predessor, Puff the Magic Dragon.
    We had the Puff in Nam, what a beauty that bird is at night when you are hot and they come in and light up the area and hose it down, next day it looks like a fresh plowed wheat field..

    Welcome GBT, and Jet is cool,, she is 100% on Robski being a Poof libbie.
    The other day a small bunch of Thai ran a bunch of the Limey marines back to their ship after fucking them out of 35k baht.
    I am an older warrior who was to old for Nam so I went in as a contractor too.
    I bet if would have been a different outcome if that was a bunch of U.S. marines or Army soldiers. "You Americans are so violent", you bet your ass we are, somebody has to to make up for rest of poofters. Yeah, but your contracting job had way better women and food I bet.....
    ...otherwise known as the AngryBuddhist....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    We had the Puff in Nam, what a beauty that bird is at night when you are hot and they come in and light up the area and hose it down, next day it looks like a fresh plowed wheat field..
    a bit like spraying napalm?

    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    The other day a small bunch of Thai ran a bunch of the Limey marines back to their ship after fucking them out of 35k baht.
    I seem to remember a small bunch of Vietnamese ran the whole US army back home. How much did you spend?
    Oh my, your words hurt so much. This forum is about planes A-hole, go troll for Five dollar hookers or buy some more viagra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    This forum is about planes A-hole
    Really, does the owner know this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    Yeah, but your contracting job had way better women and food I bet.....
    Yea, good pay, good grub because I actually lived in town in an apt. and had a Viet wifey and we just sat around and drank beer,, when we had to work we were issued LRPRats, if available, or we had to forage, but the people over there were great at that time and would feed us when we showed up in a village and I always had a dozen cans of bristling sardines in my ruck so we shared with them as some didn't have anything but a little rice.

    Lots of luck my friend, and if you get around this way, be sure and stop in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    I bet if would have been a different outcome if that was a bunch of U.S. marines or Army soldiers.
    Yes another international incident. Looks like we got a real gung ho yank on the board.

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    No flaming please.



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    F-111 nose cone is similar shape to Kookaburra's beak I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    Yeah, but your contracting job had way better women and food I bet.....
    Yea, good pay, good grub because I actually lived in town in an apt. and had a Viet wifey and we just sat around and drank beer,, when we had to work we were issued LRPRats, if available, or we had to forage, but the people over there were great at that time and would feed us when we showed up in a village and I always had a dozen cans of bristling sardines in my ruck so we shared with them as some didn't have anything but a little rice.

    Lots of luck my friend, and if you get around this way, be sure and stop in.
    Will be in Thailand for vacation next week, finally some green and water to see. I ate MREs for 9 straight weeks here in 2003....Ignore the troll above you, just another wanker who can only bash those who actually did something with their lives. Now, here is a combat aircraft:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Propagator View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    I bet if would have been a different outcome if that was a bunch of U.S. marines or Army soldiers.
    Yes another international incident. Looks like we got a real gung ho yank on the board.
    Yes, god forbid I am proud of my country and what I have done. It is okay to be proud of your country, people. A bit of Nationalism is a good thing, the exact opposite is well, you guys. Next up on the list P-40 Warhawk, a much better war record than given credit for and could take a heck of a lot of damage:


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    And, this bad boy did a lot of "close-in" work. A1-Skyraider. My dad said it was his favorite bird to call in for close-ground support.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    This forum is about planes A-hole, go troll for Five dollar hookers or buy some more viagra.
    I think you mean "this topic"? as for your other suggestion, you know nothing about me, or are ever likely to

    I, however, already know you are a twat

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    My dad said it was his favorite bird to call in for close-ground support.
    Was indeed. Slow but accurate. One hell of a payload. Would keep flying with a few hundred bullet holes in the fuselage.

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    I also had the priviledge of working on the F4 Phantom (age 8 - courtesy of airfix).




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    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    Yes, god forbid I am proud of my country and what I have done
    I see, you got your medal for waiting 10 minutes in the canteen queue

    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    A bit of Nationalism is a good thing, the exact opposite is well, you guys.
    A broad sweep of the brush there, your ego is showing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by gbt71fa
    This forum is about planes A-hole, go troll for Five dollar hookers or buy some more viagra.
    I think you mean "this topic"? as for your other suggestion, you know nothing about me, or are ever likely to

    I, however, already know you are a twat
    Yes, "Deleted because it started to gross everyone out due to implied imagry". I knew you never wore the uniform.
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