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Wellll, I can't compete with this..

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There were 4 of these A10's you can see the other one at the bottom, I ran out after the first 2 had flew over and just happened to have my cam in my pocket. Compared to the videos of my truck running without the compressor housing, ehhhhh I think they got me beat :ahhh: Time for a bigger turbo :lmao:

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Good one!!

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There was one flying at an airshow I was working at. You think they whistle there wait until you hear one going low and real slow!!! I could even hear it real good without my hearing aids!!

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Ahh, the airborne tanks! The Warthog is probably my favorite jet. My uncle is trying to get his hands on one. He's built a Cold War Museum in Lancaster, TX. He's got (most are now flight-certified) a Cobra, Mig21, Mig23, a couple of HIND-Ds, L-29s, L-39s, and a bunch of other old, rare B1RDs. :)http://www.cwam.org/wiki/index.php/Museum_Schedule http://www.cwam.org http://www.cwam.org/wiki/index.php/Aircraft (there's more, now.)

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Ahh, the airborne tanks! The Warthog is probably my favorite jet. My uncle is trying to get his hands on one. He's built a Cold War Museum in Lancaster, TX. He's got (most are now flight-certified) a Cobra, Mig21, Mig23, a couple of HIND-Ds, L-29s, L-39s, and a bunch of other old, rare B1RDs. :)http://www.cwam.org/wiki/index.php/Museum_Schedule http://www.cwam.org http://www.cwam.org/wiki/index.php/Aircraft (there's more, now.)

That museum looks great! I would shoot one of these things down for his collection but I read somewhere that they can fly with 1 engine and 1 wing and at the rate they go by and my chances of hitting them and... It might take a while :lmao2:

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LOL no doubt. I know during "Storm", they were taking a beating and still flying great.I, personally, enjoyed being on the ground and in an M1 ;)As for the museum, Uncle Bill has spent a good bit of time, blood, sweat and dollars putting that together. I'll post some pics of it that I took over turkey day vacation, when I went home for 2 wks.

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I see my paycheck getting smaller all the time........................... Must be flying around looking for the terrorist that are supposedly trying to poison the already poisoned food in the buffet lines. :mad:

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Just went through every one. That is awesome stuff! He has quite a display of a variety of aircraft. You need to label the pictures so I can google some of them lol.

I'll try to do that this evening. Glad you enjoyed them!

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