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Caption Competition Mk III

Old 8th Feb 2022, 14:20
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I knew it was a mistake asking Gertrude and Kev to push it out of the hangar.
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Old 8th Feb 2022, 14:32
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"That's the last time I try to fly through a tornado!"

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Old 8th Feb 2022, 15:39
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Got the idea from the Indianapolis cars, off set so they automatically bear left....
Well I went to Kwik Fit and they sorted mine
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Old 8th Feb 2022, 15:41
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Well Bae designed it we only make it to spec
Later they discovered the draughtsman was Mr Mcgoo...
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Old 8th Feb 2022, 15:46
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Major Gant suddenly remembered to think in Russian
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Old 8th Feb 2022, 17:36
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“I just knew we should have used TWO wing bolts…..”
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Old 8th Feb 2022, 20:21
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And for the mud movers, the wing also acts as a wire cutter.

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I think Dassault should reconsider calling it the Guillotine.
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 05:12
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Australias version of the V-22, the Ozpray
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 07:46
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In Australia the problem of getting the Supersized Surfboard to the beach is finally solved
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 09:31
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Sack the rigger!
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 09:37
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That was one hell of a birdstrike.
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 09:56
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Upon seeing this picture Busby Berkerley had a great idea for his touring stage show, The dancing girls were not so sure..

( Or Michael Flately )
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 09:57
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Problem solved when due to congestion at Heathrow, the size of the aircraft stand is reduced
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 10:24
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Early Boeing attempt to flip the wings for the 777X
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 11:10
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It was never going to work, as the rotor blades would hit the rudder assembly.

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Old 9th Feb 2022, 11:26
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Slew Slew The Barney Magroo..
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 11:31
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" Pirates of the Caribbean Mobile Plank Service . We come to you distance and time no problem "
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Old 9th Feb 2022, 12:13
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Lead realised that his wingman had taken his instruction to execute a horizontal scissors a bit too far.
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A freeze frame a moment before the catastrophic vertical fin failure of the latest DARPA gyrocopter prototype revealed a fundamental design problem…..
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