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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by KokomoJoe4, Jul 10, 2018.
My explanation as it applies to this forum is accurate
This amounts to one of those endless progression / regression things, you know, chicken or the egg. To prevent us from spiraling into the abyss of some Black/Hole, I will except , that Wikipedia is a reliable authority on terms, but what about the "so called, weather balloons"?
Then it is obvious that DeMango is NOT a GOD!
WOW, here's wikipedia's Definition of ACA...
Duckie this is for your genius arws...and I know your my senior so no disrespect but if I was 20 yrs older flying the p-51 mustang (which is another favorite plane of mine) I would fly it into your mallard ass while you were moping along in the air looking for a frozen pond to land on check it out duck nut
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OMG, The Real yacraps posting his true thoughts!
LOL..jeez whats the world coming to..hope your next hand is a long one
No, it's not him. He has apparently handed off the baton, to somebody only slightly more articulate than him. Yacraps would think a P-51 was some kind of urinal. I have a hard time believing Yacraps is even a real person. I think it's just some "giddy" persona that somebody thought up. Little bit of a hound too. Probably TD.
I'm told my biological father flew one of these.
P-38 lightning. This one with "invasion stripes". Good solid plane. Nice to have two engines.
"Jeez" that's one of TD's favorite exclamations. Busted!
Wow Midnight your father flew one bad as fighter bomber...you need to help my young mind out here was this plane from the design of the mosquito from Europe the fork tail devil
No, the mosquito was DeHaviland, the lightning was Lockheed. The mosquito was not twin boom. I don't think there was any connection.
Thank you there I new it wasnt twined boom and wasnt a Lockheed but it was a twin engine...gotta leave to the Americans to up the design to save the limeys ass once more not that there is any thing wrong with that...fast plane
your right "the baby needs shoes and Im busted"
Although something of a WW II enthusiast I claim no expertise at all when it comes to the aircraft of the era. Despite that disclaimer, though, I did see a TV program about the Mosquito some years back and if memory serves it was designed more for raids on German targets in Norway: get in, sting, and get out. The idea was to outrun anything that came after it rather than get into a dogfight.
I think the P-38 was originally designed as a bomber interceptor, which meant it had to be fast, have a long range, be capable of operating at high altitudes, and pack a punch. The twin boom design allowed for two souped up engines with extra fuel. Removing the engine from the nose left that free to house the armament, a 37mm cannon and four machine guns, and gave the pilot a direct line of sight for aiming. The Germans did call it the "Fork-tailed Devil".
The Brits were interested in the plane, and Lockheed-Martin sent them some prototypes, but without the power-enhancing technology because it was classified. That made the planes too slow and the Brits lost interest.
My father was shot down over France before I was born, but P-38s were mostly used in the Pacific arena, where the Japanese gave it the label "Two planes, one pilot". It was a P-38 that shot down Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, though I understand that was pretty much a stroke of luck. No one knew Yamamoto was on board and the pilot, in an interview I heard, said he wasn't really shooting at the plane, merely clearing his guns.
Midnight thank you again for the info...this is hard for me to do and I may half to give apologies let me know if I am out of line but did your Father come back to the U.S.
Not to my knowledge. My foster parents adopted me when I was five weeks old. Now that you mention it I don't remember them ever explicitly telling me he was killed, but that is what I have always believed.
Ooh midnight....I should of never asked....