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Old 18th Oct 2012, 21:17
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In cockpit pictures

Evening all,

I was scanning a few forums today and saw a similar topic posted on another forum.

Does anyone have any pictures of themselves flying/in cockpit pictures that they would like to share?

Cheers,
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Old 18th Oct 2012, 21:38
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I have, but for reasons of National Security........

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Old 18th Oct 2012, 22:35
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This kind of thing?

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Marham, eastern HAS site with 617 in residence, 1983/4.
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Yes, no.

Simples.
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Old 19th Oct 2012, 10:52
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Talking of national security SGC.

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But I earned more munny with this one:

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Bang goes the anonimity!

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Old 19th Oct 2012, 19:49
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Absolutely fantastic, thank you very much indeed all!.

Incredibly jealous, but its pictures like this that sends the motivation to succeed sky high - no pun intented there < promise .

Keep them coming!

Best regards.
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This thread could go on for some time. Secrecy is so last year (and spies are everywhere anyway).

More pics wanted.

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Old 19th Oct 2012, 23:00
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Thank goodness for navs, as us pilots tend to have both (or, given the average cockpit ergonomics, all three) hands full most of the time.
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Thank goodness for navs
and sandbags Two from 1984




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Me on a break & rejoin from my first solo formation in the Hawk, 1986, courtesy of a course mate sandbagging with the QFI

A Soviet Krivak II in the Med. during the Cold War. Taken with a 50 zillion mm lens obviously, since it was totally verboten to get anywhere near them. And a second pass over the foredeck as a pair was unthinkable.

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F3, I'll see your Krivak and raise you another :-)


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Old 20th Oct 2012, 03:28
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Very nice.
There was a piccy from the second pass we did. You could tell what rank the Officer of the Watch was. Me, I was just sticking in close like a good #2.
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I'll see your Krivak and raise you one more. Get lower next time.
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A better size piccy! Taken from an RF104G. North Sea


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Posted on behalf Blaireau (and he adds: ' Blur was due turb in jetstream. Taken 400nm north of Midway Island ').

Fastest I'd been since F4 days.



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