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    Lockheed Bob

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    We are all heart broken due to this incident. My sincere condolences to everyone involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jukka View Post
    We are all heart broken due to this incident. My sincere condolences to everyone involved.
    Thank you Juke! Somehow, I've always considered you sort of a brother from a different country over the years. FaceBook gives me the opportunity to see you as who you are. Thank you very much for thinking of the warbird community!
    Wayne Sagar
    "Pusher of Electrons"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AAFO_WSagar View Post
    Thank you Juke! Somehow, I've always considered you sort of a brother from a different country over the years. FaceBook gives me the opportunity to see you as who you are. Thank you very much for thinking of the warbird community!
    Yes Wayner !

    I feel the same. I have been an air racing fan since I first heard of the sport. Attending many air shows also in Farnborough in 1976 where I saw the US bicentennial colored F-15 Eagle. Some years back we had a very fruitful conversations with Bart and Eric A. here about air racer designs. My hopes to create my own racer (sorta Tsunami lineage) is a bit fading now as the economical situation has not developed into the direction as it would need to have. But you never know...I am 60 now...and some racing legends are over 70 years old. Making wind turbine prototypes gives me a good understanding about new structures ...at least in wood...but my aim is to make them out of metal....so there is a slight chance. BTW the McDonnell Aircraft corporation 1975-1981 construction of the Giromill VAWT (vertical axis wind turbine) is my main focal point in this new design...as very few alike have been built hitherto with articulating wings/blades.

    Godspeed everyone !

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    The NTSB preliminary report for this accident has been released.

    NTSB Report

    Don

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