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Old 9th Apr 2022, 18:46
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Ha missed me, now where's my glass of water??
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Old 9th Apr 2022, 18:50
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G-ATOY makes it safely to land after Ms Scott overflew the North West Frontier, on her way to Australia
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Old 9th Apr 2022, 19:25
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Originally Posted by Kiltrash
G-ATOY makes it safely to land after Ms Scott overflew the North West Frontier, on her way to Australia
Mythed!

Oh no they didn't...
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Old 9th Apr 2022, 19:29
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One thing for sure....them Archers were not Rocks!
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Originally Posted by treadigraph
Mythed!

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Think you meant Myth Too
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Old 9th Apr 2022, 22:36
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I wish those spotters would stop putting an arrow on me every-time they look at a flight tracking site!
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When I said to test the new coating with a Longbow, Hoskins, I was referring to an APG-78.
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"...and the Pied Piper Comanche played his pipes and every arrow in Hamelin followed him home."

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Old 10th Apr 2022, 08:49
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Originally Posted by Kiltrash
Think you meant Myth Too
It's a Mythre to me...
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Old 10th Apr 2022, 10:07
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Always said the First Airborne Cavalry were just a bunch of Injuns

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During the school holidays the children all went out to play Cowboys and Indians. Perhaps not a good idea under the approach to Sioux City
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Old 10th Apr 2022, 12:23
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Bury me where my arrow falls, were the last words from Mr R Hood of Nottingham.
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On the post flight walk round the Pilot was pleased to discover the source of the strange whistling noise. It's all right Mavis, it's not your flaps after all.
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Old 10th Apr 2022, 17:03
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The good old days before Lasers when all you had to do was dodge arrows without getting blinded by some pluke factory with a cheap star gazers 400w laser .
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Old 10th Apr 2022, 17:29
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Having flown too near the ITV weathers presenter outside broadband doing the cat 5 Hurricane
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Why Custer never employed aircraft
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Its not apache on the Cessna 172.
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Lucky it wasn't a Tomahawk.
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When I shout Geronimo, it means bale out!
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William Tell's first flying lesson.

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