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Album A giant step towards advanced flying
Date Saturday, July 24, 2010
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Notes Rumors has it that Hajj will soon be joining the WWII squadron!


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skywalker 
Monday, July 26, 2010
Sure thing Guyo but as a ground crew!!!!

1 Airfield 1 spirit 1 Captain.......Old is gold....Amaz forever
HAJJ 
Monday, July 26, 2010
I'LL LET SKYGUARD ANSWER TO THAT.
AND SKYWALKER THIS IS REALLY AN AMUSING REMARK.I HAD A GOOD LAUGH.


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
skywalker 
Monday, July 26, 2010
Hajj I am sure that you stepping to a more advanced level of flying is purely your decision...but after all I believe you are happy as you are doing now and that is what's important!!!

1 Airfield 1 spirit 1 Captain.......Old is gold....Amaz forever
HAJJ 
Monday, July 26, 2010
OFCOURSE SKYWALKER.
BUT REALLY YOUR REMARK AS "GROUND CREW",IS FUNNY .I LIKED IT SO MUCH.MY BOYS AT HOME,SERGIO,ROY AND GABY HAD TO HIT ME ON THE NECK...BUT I WAS INTELLIGENT TO EXPLAIN TO THEM THAT "WITHOUT AN EFFICIENT GROUND CREW"...THERE IS NO FLYING.
THEY DID NOT BUY IT,AND OFCOURSE WE BURST INTO RIOTOUS LAUGHTER.
BUT SERIOUSLY I WILL FLY SEARCH AND OBSERVATION...YOU CAN NOT DROP YOUR LOAD WITHOUT ME LOCATING THE COORDINATES.......


scratch building is fun...use that right angle to set EACH WINGTIP at a minimum height of 6.5 cm...
skywalker 
Monday, July 26, 2010
Hajj you are on a class of your own, professional and experienced builder, calm pilot and beautful scale flying and a very good buddy!!!

1 Airfield 1 spirit 1 Captain.......Old is gold....Amaz forever
akaram 
Monday, July 26, 2010
Haj, all loads are dropped far from the flying field in the woods below ! Why do yo need the coordinates ?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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