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757orBust
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Is this low enough???

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[ 01-16-2005, 15:14: Message edited by: 757orBust ]

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exTWALAX
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I woke up today to the 3-train crash about 6 blocks from my house.

Thank you for the first laugh I had today!

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Victor Mathis
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This is a reply to "is This Low Enough" That was great! That Merlin was really hummin!
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Subsonic Transport
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If you really want to see some low altitude flying, get the book We Band of Brothers. This is a non-fiction book about B-25J pilots in WWII. The pictures that were taken are amazing! One picture you'd swear the B-25J was sitting on its landing gears but was actually straffing a Japanese airfield.

I've actually read the book several times and each time is better than the previous one. It may not be on Oprah's must read list but it's on mine.

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