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Old 07-26-2008, 09:39 PM
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Does anyone know of a comprehensive list (diagrams/explanation maybe) of WW2 and modern day air combat maneuvers? IE: Hellcats, spitfires/mustangs and f-16/15/22 A-10 etc?
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Old 07-26-2008, 09:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Firestem4 View Post
Does anyone know of a comprehensive list (diagrams/explanation maybe) of WW2 and modern day air combat maneuvers? IE: Hellcats, spitfires/mustangs and f-16/15/22 A-10 etc?
Here you go

http://members.tripod.com/~F15EEagle/break.html

http://www.google.com/custom?q=air+c...D%3A1%3B&hl=en


http://youtube.com/watch?v=JSXRPH9PVjM&feature=related

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Old 07-27-2008, 01:09 AM
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thanks Chellie.
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found a good one =D

http://www.flightsimbooks.com/jfs/
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That is a good Link I should be a Fighter pilot, I can do all of those Manuvers with my Mavrick Cap
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Old 07-28-2008, 03:26 AM
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Well, as things have been turning out and my love for this hobby has grown. I think i really want to get into pattern. Especcially warbirds and jets/edf. maybe some day do some competitions. Pylon Racing looks wicked fun too. I like the high speed.
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I Said Wooo There Farmit, Slow down a little, Your just started into RC Just Kidding, Go For it, And Have a Ton Of Fun Doing it

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Slow down? Never.

Many people dont understand my work epics. I always undertake things that are far above my competence (in said certain area). Whether it be me writing my own book (which i am. i havent done much lately, but i have an edited chapter exerpt which i love).

I've had say...5 i think; successful flights on an RC plane, 3 or 4 with my slowstick, 1 with rays bird dog, an aileron nitro-trainer, and your plane for the 2 minutes i tried it. and my next plane which i plan to be flying by friday, is a full-3d bipe.

Slow stick is great, but i feel i'm ready to step up to something else. II never want to do something easy. I dont like complacency. I need a challenge.
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Thats great, I am the same way too, I love a Challenge, I like to tackle and learn new things, I am always learning something new, Like i said, Go for it and have fun, Your Bi Plane, will teach you a lot, they fly a little different than a single wing plane, so you will learn what Air Drag does to a plane real Quick it will slow down faster, where you will need to keep a little throttle into it before landing, and the wind will blow it around more, but those are good things, it will teach you a lot, Take care, Chellie






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Slow down? Never.

Many people dont understand my work epics. I always undertake things that are far above my competence (in said certain area). Whether it be me writing my own book (which i am. i havent done much lately, but i have an edited chapter exerpt which i love).

I've had say...5 i think; successful flights on an RC plane, 3 or 4 with my slowstick, 1 with rays bird dog, an aileron nitro-trainer, and your plane for the 2 minutes i tried it. and my next plane which i plan to be flying by friday, is a full-3d bipe.

Slow stick is great, but i feel i'm ready to step up to something else. II never want to do something easy. I dont like complacency. I need a challenge.
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