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Old 2nd Dec 2020, 16:52
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Probably the speech he made 18 June 1940, link contains speech text, 80 years, but who's counting..
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https://wiki2.org/en/Appeal_of_18_June
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Old 15th Jan 2021, 18:06
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Hi Christiaan

I have noticed that I missed a bit in my earlier reply, You will not find a CPU chip as you suggested ,instead an ALU was used with sub-routines it was a RISC before they were invented.].
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Old 9th Feb 2021, 12:52
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Fastest Transatlantic Crossing 2 hr 52 min and 59 sec by Concorde JFK- LHR on 08 Feb 1996. 25 years ago.
How time flies
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Old 1st Mar 2021, 19:19
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a quick question : was it possible to have 2 supersonic runs on the same flight?
Meaning 2 separate Supersonic legs with a subsonic one in the middle for say tech reasons or just sonic bang suppression over a sensitive area ..
And another while I am here , on the LHR -Bahrein route when did supersonic flight actually started and where it ended...?
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Old 1st Mar 2021, 19:24
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Regarding your first question I don't see any regular routing where this would have happened. I think there would not be any technical impossibility, though.
For the second part I guess somewhere above the Adriatic? But would be curious to know too...

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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 02:35
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Did the BAH to SIN route involve slowing down over India?
I saw a night T/O from BAH, impressive afterburner flames.
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Old 2nd Mar 2021, 16:11
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Probably the early marketing flight planning software had no means of calculating that.
I believe a double acceleration-deceleration on a single sector was considered to be too fuel thirsty.
There may have been other limitations such as managing the c.g.
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