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The Electric Fever!
Pilot Dr. Pierre Bourgi
Date Saturday, October 20, 2012
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Notes Wishing her a quick recovery captain

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Sunday, October 21, 2012
Beautiful unique model! isn't this one from the same series and manufacturer as the Hawker Hunter we got?

Sunday, October 21, 2012
What happened to her?

Monday, October 22, 2012
Drained out of juice and stopped flying...
No big deal Pete, its just one less child worry about...

I don't know the question, but sex is definitely the answer.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Am sure we would soon see her back

1 Airfield 1 spirit 1 Captain.......Old is gold....Amaz forever
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
This is true Alexus , i wanted to make you a surprise whishing you would have been up there ! because it was thanx to you that i had this very nice model with the special aluminum turbine and motor you ordered !!! She flew great , i used a lipo 4S 3300 Mah the flight was more than i expected ! Very stable and the turbine sound was a symphonie !!! I had no timer !?! When i opened the landing gear for landing , the power droped instantly I think the landing gear linkeges were very tight and drained the batterie , i couldn't reach the runway ... When i cheked the batterie she had only 6% of her capacity ... " Some broken parts but still breaking hearts " ! I ordered another one ! I like her so much because a cousin of mine was a pilot of the real one in the U.S Navy , he came to Lebanon on the airplane carrier U.S.S Interprise and he took me in the cockpit !!! I was 12 years old ... I love her shape and would love to have her in my fleet ,
she means a lot to me !!!
Saliba i love your comment !!! It makes me forget the crash !!!

I Dont know what Im Doing but im an Expert at it ! Whether im right or im wrong I'm still the captain!

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