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Posted Saturday, February 13, 2010 5:45:25 AM


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.Ladies & Gentlemen, my fellow aviators, including you Aussie bludgers, it give me great pleasure to present

these certificates of recognition for deeds dastardly done by daring pelots.

 

The final combined Ph1 & Ph2 scores are,

                                Landing     Flight          Overall Avg.      Spot Avg. Ph 2

Fenric                      93.24         101.36        97.30                40

Biggles                    91.97          98.52         95.24                17.6

BigMoose                80.11          72.55         76.33                50.6

 

Congratulations everyone, it was awesome

 

James Bigglesworth  Capt. RFC

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Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 1:42:37 PM


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Biggles,

Foxhat is pleased you recognised her navigational qualities. She is feeling a bit wuff after thhe celebrations.

Looking forward to the next comp.

Cheers

Foxhat and the

Big Moose

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Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 1:58:19 PM


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A hearty CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners, men and beasts....

Well flown - and landed guys.

Greetings from Denmark


Regards
Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Thursday, February 18, 2010 9:17:06 AM


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Well done Fenric.  I wish I could have participated and made it to the winner circle, but my personal job is killing me at the moment.  Hope to fly again soon!

Nice job everyone and Biggles for running it!

Joe Mini

President/CEO/Chief Pilot for Joe Mini World Wide Tours, LLC. 
"If we get you to your destination in one piece, it's a miracle"  

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Posted Saturday, February 20, 2010 9:25:41 PM
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Thank you kindly, gentlemen.  Hope to see everyone next time out.

Unless I can rig up some reaaaaalllly large tanks, I may not be able to take my Skyhawk on each leg.  I see a lot of freeze-outs on the horizon.

(Although it might be fun to stick Smitty in the right seat on a trans-Pacific flight at 2000 ft with the autopilot on.  "DME distance is... three thousand miles....")

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Posted Sunday, January 22, 2012 10:38:47 PM
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I agree...discussion needs constant re-evaluation as they grow. Thanks again for the great post!
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