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Old 15th May 2017, 04:10
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Originally Posted by rottenray View Post
"Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services"

Hence, abbreviation: QANTAS

It's like typing Raaf, or Usaf, which you find people doing.
They use caps in some logos and liveries but usually otherwise brand themselves as Qantas without the all caps, take a look:

https://www.qantas.com/us/en.html
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Got that T-shirt

Having been through an event like this I can confirm that it will change you in ways you cannot predict.
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Old 15th May 2017, 05:22
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Originally Posted by Airbubba View Post
They use caps in some logos and liveries but usually otherwise brand themselves as Qantas without the all caps, take a look:

https://www.qantas.com/us/en.html
I thought they had white caps
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Why is it that no definitive testing for Navy VLF signal generation interference with commercial aircraft FCPC's and ADIRU operation, has ever been raised or carried out?

Why is it that not one, but two commercial aircraft have had FCPC/ADIRU "upsets" within the vicinity of the Harold E Holt Naval Communication station at Exmouth? Pure co-incidence? I personally think not.

It is also known that electricity transmitted in this way (Navy VLF signal generation) can be 'strong' enough to recharge (submarine) on-board high-voltage batteries known as plasma-dynamic storage cells
The Harold E Holt Naval Communications base, Exmouth
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