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The Helldiver is the plane of the moment......at the moment. I am very surprised though that Jack has not brought it. So I thought I would do this flight to try and convince him. with eleven good reasons 1. One- it is yellow. Waiting for landing traffic at Binghampton International NY State. 2. Two- it is yellow. Not far from the airport is Chenango Bridge. Under the port wing is Sunset Way where I stayed in 1958 for 6 weeks. I was so happy to find the house on GE street view several years ago, bringing back some happy memories. 3. Three-it is
Well last night I decided to go for a rare flight using P3Dv3.4. Loaded up the Helldiver and went to Gisbourne in NZNI but it didn't look right. Central told me that I had nothing from Oceania installed. Duh! 1. So here we are at Cork and one of the FAAs Helldivers before they were sent back. 26 out of the 450 ordered were delivered before they were returned and the rest cancelled. 2. Their dreadful handling was the reason for their rejection. The same can be said of those bloody awful waves in the river and lake, but I will not be sending V3.4
U-Tapao is a Thai Navy air base in the Rayong district about 130 miles south of Bangkok. I have only travelled past here the once to this very industrialised part of Thailand. This flight takes us in the other direction towards the tourist town of Pattaya and then returning to VTBU 1. A big thanks are in order for Jankees for this wonderful RTAF Helldiver, taxying out with the Thai Airways maintenance complex in the background. p.1 Grumman Albatross gate guardian at U-Tapao 2. Ao Kong Kang at Sattahip, where the Thai Navy has a dockyard.