Air show, thanks to samD

I am surprised he didn't post it and if you did sam, kill this.

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 6:08 PM

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There is a special type of beauty to those old tail draggers

4 years 9 weeks ago, 6:18 PM

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Yeah, whoever

made this had a soft spot for DC-3's, I was disappointed to not see any P-38's, they are my all time favorite. I have an RC P-38 that I will post pic's of later.

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 6:49 PM

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What the hell dont you have? LOL

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 6:26 PM

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Is that the twin fuselage plane?
I can't remember what they were called, I just remember seeing one dang near everytime I looked up as a kid.

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that was the wright brothers you saw!!!!!lolololololol

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though the pilot sits in the middle part. The Flying Tigers used them. P-38 is also a GI can opener. Got one on my key ring that is WW II vintage.

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 6:44 PM

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only we called them"john waynes" in the Marines

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 7:14 PM

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Dunno if any of you guys are into this but there's a great WWII flight simulator you can download for free, you can to single player practice for free but for multi-player you gotta pay a subscription, called Aces High, it's pretty complicated, I'm still trying to get the hang of it but it's as close as I will ever get to flying a real P-38/B-52/P-51 etc. here's the link for anyone interested.
http://www.hitechcreations.com/frindex.html

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4 years 9 weeks ago, 7:24 PM

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PS3 'Heroes over Europe' which is cool, you can choose all kinds of different aircraft.

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I'll have to see if they have that on 360, is it pretty realistic?

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As a young kid, I flew from Pueblo, Co, to Alamosa, Co in one of these. Didn't know a thing about them then, but learned their importance in WW2!!!
The one I flew in they called it a Turbo Prop. They were in service through my growing up.
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