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Old 26th Nov 2016, 15:28
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The SWO, having given up on bicycles, opted for a self steering method of transport to ensure he did in fact find his way to work each day.
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 18:30
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 20:09
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Retaining the horse drawn starter cart had benefits for the Station Commanders rose garden
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 21:01
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 21:03
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 22:19
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Not an entry because too close to MPN11:

Is that a pitot tube, or are you just pleased to see me?
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 22:22
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EE Awww Ee Aww Ee Aww to know better than to bend those pitot tubes
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 23:03
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"The Ground start unit was a little....horse."
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 23:16
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Old 26th Nov 2016, 23:20
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 00:33
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Combining the crew transport with the accommodation seemed like a good idea at the time....
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 02:08
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Celebrating 90 years of Defence procurement.
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 03:35
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Where do I use the buggywhips

that Charles R. Samson ordered for ground crew transport ?
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 09:25
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Originally Posted by jim's brother View Post
That was so cryptic that it almost passed me by, but how about this:

I don't know if anyone else has noticed (and would be very surprised if you had!) , but if you can sort of unfocus your eyes, or view the image from the right angle, you may be able to see that the horse in the foreground is actually harnessed to a little cart, which to the untrained eye is completely invisible due to the marvelous camouflage that has been applied.
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 10:32
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 12:23
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Study in Still Life ?
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 12:39
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[Quote: I don't know if anyone else has noticed (and would be very surprised if you had!) , but if you can sort of unfocus your eyes, or view the image from the right angle, you may be able to see that the horse in the foreground is actually harnessed to a little cart, which to the untrained eye is completely invisible due to the marvelous camouflage that has been applied.]

TIEW: You are mistaken. What appears to you to be a horse and cart is actually a jet just like all the others. That camouflage is pretty damn good, no?
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 14:01
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Towing the aircraft out of dispersal before engine start was essential to protect the Base Commander's collection of ornamental heathers.
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 16:54
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Old 27th Nov 2016, 17:29
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