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    Rediscovered an old book the other, one handed down from my older brother. The Observer Bbook of Aircraft, from sometime in the sixties.

    I used to pour over this book when I was a kid, (and an older one from the fifties which unfortunately I can't find at the moment)

    So I thought I'd scan some of the silhouettes and see how many you can get. So, in no particular order,

    No1.


    No2.


    No3


    No4


    No5


    No6.


    |No7


    No8


    No9


    No10


    A virtual biscuit (Hob-Nob mind you), to the one with the most.

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    Rediscovered an old book the other, one handed down from my older brother. The Observer Bbook of Aircraft, from sometime in the sixties.

    I used to pour over this book when I was a kid, (and an older one from the fifties which unfortunately I can't find at the moment)

    So I thought I'd scan some of the silhouettes and see how many you can get. So, in no particular order,

    No1.


    No2.


    No3


    No4


    No5


    No6.


    |No7


    No8


    No9


    No10


    A virtual biscuit (Hob-Nob mind you), to the one with the most.

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    Well, to be honest, I was better at the weather balloon recognition chart...
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    I'll have a crack...

    1: Jet Provost
    2: ?
    3: ?
    4: Argosy
    5: Breguet Atlantique
    6: Fairey Delta II
    7: B-47
    8: ?
    9: ?
    10: Something by Shorts?
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Aaron_GT:
    I'll have a crack...

    1: Jet Provost
    2: ?
    3: ?
    4: Argosy
    5: Breguet Atlantique
    6: Fairey Delta II
    7: B-47
    8: ?
    9: ?
    10: Something by Shorts? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Adding:
    3:Fiat G.91
    8:U-6A Beaver
    9:A-5 Vigilante
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    1. T-37
    2. T-2 Buckeye
    3. Fiat G91
    4. Argosy
    5. Breguet Alize
    6. F-106
    7. B-47
    8. DH Beaver?
    9. RA-5 Vigilante
    10. Short SC1
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    its a trick question
    they are all F-22's
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by berg417448:
    1. T-37
    2. T-2 Buckeye
    3. Fiat G91
    4. Argosy
    5. Breguet Alize
    6. F-106
    7. B-47
    8. DH Beaver?
    9. RA-5 Vigilante
    10. Short SC1 </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Very impressive! 9.9/10

    (The Vigilante was listed as the A3J-1, book written before it entered service)

    Thought the F-106 might catch someone out, obviously not.

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