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Frequent_Flyer
12-26-2004, 02:39 PM
Makes me glad this is the closest I'll get to aerial combat.-interesting read http://www.subvets.com/subleague/articles/skate.html

p1ngu666
12-26-2004, 04:02 PM
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in one of my books, a resucued airman goes on deck of a rescue launch and askes the helmam why they going slowly (20knots or so).

guy replies they do 40knots, but only 20knots thru a minefield http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif

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ever heard of a guy called doss i think?

Frequent_Flyer
12-26-2004, 05:32 PM
This Sim really gets you hooked on the historical and personel side to WWII.

Cadet_Bobo
12-26-2004, 08:48 PM
I had the honor of playing Pipes at the WW2 Submariner's Memorial at the U.S. Navy base in Long Beach CA. this Veteran's Day. For each sub lost during the war, a rose was tossed into the pool, the bell tolled and an account of the loss was read. Then a wreath was placed on each of the stone markers (they look like headstones) for each sub. It's very sobering to hear so many "went down with all hands lost". Very grim duty indeed. Not many vet's left theses days, we are reaching an end of an era.

Bobo