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[ firstsgt_cap ]

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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1758
Message Number 21
Date Posted: 23 August 2008, 8:50:52 AM

If there was any real valid reason for them to return to service with an air force, they would, however there is obviously something that is more advanced and that can do its job much better in its place.



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1769
Message Number 22
Last Updated: 27 August 2008, 12:15:59 AM
Date Posted: 27 August 2008, 12:12:31 AM

No that is actually incorrect it could never return to service because everything on it the prototypes the research the blueprints were all destroyed by the goverment so it could never return which is a very sad ending well atleast two aircraft escaped this merciless destruction.
read and watch these all will be explained on what im telling you

http://www.thunder-and-lightnings.co.uk/tsr2/history.php

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjN3PE4ICj0

'The distant flash of lightning howling through the thunder' ex RAF ligthning pilot recalling lightning of 1973 through thunder



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1772
Message Number 23
Date Posted: 27 August 2008, 11:42:42 AM

Are you talking about the lightning again?



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1788
Message Number 24
Date Posted: 28 August 2008, 4:07:35 AM

No im talking about the tsr2 the lightning is obselete its only saving grace is its performance but the tsr2 is a completely different matter it can peform better than a tornado however the tornado first flew in the mid to late seventies the tsr2 first flew in late 1964 look at the links i posted above and they will completely explain the tsr2 could never fly again cause there are no blueprints or data left it was all destroyed along with all the prototypes apart from two but these were still gutted leaving only the airframes
'The distant flash of lightning howling through the thunder' ex RAF ligthning pilot recalling lightning of 1973 through thunder



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1795
Message Number 25
Date Posted: 28 August 2008, 8:04:40 AM

Gotcha, thats interesting.......



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
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Message Number 26
Date Posted: 06 September 2008, 5:13:00 AM

Just cause it better than the f111 dont mean u gotta get sarky
They've delivered it upside down!
- Anon RN Admiral.

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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1997
Message Number 27
Date Posted: 20 September 2008, 5:43:25 AM

This has to do with the topic at hand not the whatever you guys are talking about right now (but then again it may. i havnt read the entire conversation between you two.)



well im sure all these aircraft were retired for a reason. sure it would be great for them to return to the air for airshows and stuff but I really don't think that they would return to service for the USAF.
I reject your reality and substitute my own!
-Adam Savage (Mythbuster)



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 1999
Message Number 28
Date Posted: 20 September 2008, 6:13:43 AM

F6hellcat wrote:
This has to do with the topic at hand not the whatever you guys are talking about right now (but then again it may. i havnt read the entire conversation between you two.)



well im sure all these aircraft were retired for a reason. sure it would be great for them to return to the air for airshows and stuff but I really don't think that they would return to service for the USAF.
I reject your reality and substitute my own!
-Adam Savage (Mythbuster)

Im talking about the TSR2 it was (And maybe still is) the most advanced strike aircraft in the world it would have been the best strike aircraft for many years. IF it wasnt for the goverment and i will post a link to show you why it could never return to service also look on my site at tsr2 history. All will be explained. There isnt enough room here to explain the tsr2 project.
They've delivered it upside down!
- Anon RN Admiral.

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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 2156
Message Number 29
Date Posted: 27 January 2009, 4:49:01 PM

wow... i did not know that. thanks for sharing that!



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Subject: Aircraft that should return to the air
Post ID# 2168
Message Number 30
Date Posted: 31 January 2009, 7:20:53 AM

no problem
...Sublime on the towers of my skiey bowers
Lightning, my pilot, sits;
In a cavern under is fettered the Thunder...


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