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How dry are youall willing to go?

I've a bunch of stuff, but it's pretty obscure. Things like maintenance training manuals for the J-47, and "USCG aircrew ditching procedures".

 

I have a very large scanner, but it's a cantankerous old bitch. So if nobody is interested in obscure shit I'll let it go.

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7 minutes ago, Meplat said:

How dry are youall willing to go?

I've a bunch of stuff, but it's pretty obscure. Things like maintenance training manuals for the J-47, and "USCG aircrew ditching procedures".

 

I have a very large scanner, but it's a cantankerous old bitch. So if nobody is interested in obscure shit I'll let it go.

 

 

I'd download and read it!

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3 minutes ago, Jeeps_Guns_Tanks said:

 

 

I'd download and read it!

Well, just dug out the old bitch, and I'd forgotten it's a SCSI interface.

Other than being fuckhuge, (and good for the manuals I have) it's an antique (HP ScanJet 4P) with shitty resolution (300X300).

I'll have to get something better.  Sorry for the false flag.

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Coalition Air Warfare in the Korean War

The US Navy's Transition to Jets

The Perception of the P-16 in the US

Energy Efficiency of Sea and Air Vehicles

Do Joint Fighter Programs Save Money?

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Our analysis shows that historical joint aircraft programs have

not saved overall LCC versus single-service aircraft programs and that

JSF is currently not on the path to saving LCC versus comparable

notional single-service fighter programs. The objective of this research

was to inform the formulation of acquisition strategies and program

structures for future fighter and other aircraft major defense acquisition programs.

These findings do not, therefore, directly address policy

questions regarding the current or future status of JSF. However, they

can provide insight into how and why JSF has arrived at its current

status with respect to cost and cost growth, and they could contribute

to broader analysis seeking to develop policy options for the way ahead

for the JSF program.
 

 

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   Catalogue of Chinese AA systems in PDF. Systems are produced by CASC (China Aerospace Science и Technology Corporation) and sold for export by Aerospace Long-March International Trade Co. Ltd.

 

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