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There must be better ways to make a living

Old 22nd Aug 2013, 19:58
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There must be better ways to make a living

I don't think so

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GZuyPdBSeE
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Old 22nd Aug 2013, 20:29
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Outstanding. Thank you for posting that, but it did break my heart because of the second worst mistake I ever made.

Good to see it.
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Brilliant - many thanks - reminded me of 56 JP formation I blagged my way into as a stude (on the strict understanding I touched NOTHING!
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thanks for that... top..
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Wander - Where, Why and when ?

That must have been a sight to see.

What was it, a survival scramble ?

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Ex Radar - it was for a graduation I think - so maybe Royal Review. I'll check my logbook, but I may not have been allowed to log it ('cos it would count against course hours) - but would have been 64/65 ish, and the instructor ISTR was Ron Gillam. The JP4s ISTR went first as they had less runway with 28 pairs lined up.
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....God I missed that flying.....!
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