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Post #11593 by Pilatuspc12 on October 14th 2017, 4:38 PM (in topic “Oktoberfest Open Fly Saturday Evening”)

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Oktoberfest Open Fly Saturday Evening:

Have fun, you guys.  :'(
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Post #11561 by Pilatuspc12 on September 22nd 2017, 8:08 PM (in topic “Microsoft and Artificial Intelligence for Sailplane Flight”)

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Microsoft and Artificial Intelligence for Sailplane Flight :

Nah, the Twin Otter could do it. Just push the auto-land button. :lol:
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Post #11542 by Pilatuspc12 on September 2nd 2017, 9:40 AM (in topic “Gate Combination”)

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Gate Combination:

That's the way to do it. If they want to fly, have them call US. :thumbs:
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Post #11537 by Pilatuspc12 on August 28th 2017, 12:35 PM (in topic “E-FLITE OPTERRA FLYING FPV WITH CAMERA ON BOARD”)

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E-FLITE OPTERRA FLYING FPV WITH CAMERA ON BOARD:

Wow, that was way cool! Nice landing into the arresting gear. It appears you might have started something, A.J.
Good job. :thumbs:
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Post #11536 by Pilatuspc12 on August 28th 2017, 7:57 AM (in topic “Aviation History and Trivia”)

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Aviation History and Trivia :

It was made by the Piper Aircraft Company. It was called the PA-48 Enforcer. It was was designed as a Counter-Insurgency, ground attack aircraft that could haul quite a bit of stores. One of the models had a Rolls-Royce Dart engine of about 2500 shp (shaft horse power) and the other model used an Avco-Lycoming T-56 helicopter engine. I think this engine was slightly less horsepower. Still, with more horse power than the piston powered version, it wasn't as fast as the original P-51 Mustang but could haul a much greater load of weapons. As far as I know, they only made two prototypes and never went into production.
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Post #11532 by Pilatuspc12 on August 27th 2017, 6:58 PM (in topic “Sailplane Talk; All things thermal and slope”)

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Sailplane Talk; All things thermal and slope:

Neat, looking forward to it.
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Post #11530 by Pilatuspc12 on August 27th 2017, 1:58 PM (in topic “Aviation History and Trivia”)

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Aviation History and Trivia :

What model of Mustang was the turbine powered version?
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Post #11523 by Pilatuspc12 on August 21st 2017, 3:22 PM (in topic “Sailplane Talk; All things thermal and slope”)

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Sailplane Talk; All things thermal and slope:

Rotorman said

Had a good time flying with Jim this afternoon. (Yes I actually own a few sailplanes as well heli's) I took a video with a camera mounted in the nose of the Opterra that I will try an upload tonight.

Cool, looking forward to it.
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