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Classic Wings Magazine WWII Naval Aviation Research Pacific Luftwaffe Resource Center
When Hollywood Ruled The Skies - Volumes 1 through 4 by Bruce Oriss


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:28 pm 
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Hello everyone last week I was at the Philippine Air Force Museum and I have some photos for you all over at the CDSG site, here's the link...40 or so pics so no 56K sorry..... http://tinyurl.com/yg7t3c5


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Whose Phil? He had a whole airforce?! :lol:

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That was an interesting link, thanks for posting. I'm interested in the Pinto :shock: , how many did they acquire :?: What engine is in it to be a super pinto :?: :?:


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Magnificent AJ , Thank You !


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It had a GE J-85-17 in case it can't be read on this pic

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Nice presentations! I really like the idea of 'peeled' displays that let the public see under the skin of some common types, but I'm not real sure about the 'ejection' seat in photo #17-The giveaway for the Super Pinto is the rectangular inlet instead of half round.

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Thanks, AJ!
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Nice presentations! I really like the idea of 'peeled' displays that let the public see under the skin of some common types,

I read it as they're all retired training aids, rather than new displays made for the museum. Could be wrong though.
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but I'm not real sure about the 'ejection' seat in photo #17-The giveaway for the Super Pinto is the rectangular inlet instead of half round.

Yeah. 'Some work req?'

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You all are more than welcome..................


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Salamat!.


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