Gecko Gingrich: Scooby Doo and The Spooky Case of the Grand Prix Race or Moonraker fan?
calbert: that's definitely the dumbest headline for the linked-to story.story makes no such claims as to "putting a jet inside another jet"I'm not even going to continue correcting subby... I guess I just expected more out of the admins to you know, maybe actually read and comprehend the submitted articles without just doling out charity greens because an unfunny and over-played headline meme was used.
MythDragon: [media.desura.com image 850x637]Om nom nom.[www.aviationspectator.com image 500x333]We are one Supper Guppy away from avionic turducken.
AltheaToldMe: costermonger: All my experience in formation flying has been in the same type of aircraft as my lead or wing, but I think an airliner in cruise doing pretty much the worst thing (straight, level and fast) a lead could do for the wing to join up short of actually maneuvering to avoid him. Without a bunch of excess speed available, that's going to be a long, slow process.[www.mcchordairmuseum.org image 550x358]
JPINFV: So it's like that one scene in Down Periscope?
trappedspirit: StopLurkListen: What's an "aviation enthusiast"?Someone who buys aviations?[citadellegin.com image 850x214][lh4.googleusercontent.com image 850x1064][farm4.staticflickr.com image 850x1136]What's an outdoor enthusiast?Someone who buys outdoors?
bigbobowski: speaking as a former u.s. army air traffic controller. having spent time in Germany for three Reforger exercises. and time in little place called Granada.I got nothin'.however if you see me on a flight, you can "thank me for my service" by buying me drinks!
Theaetetus: For reference, with a pulse with of 1 microsecond, radar can't detect targets separated by less than 150m... The mandated separation for a heavy plane (777) following another heavy plane is 4 nautical miles due to wake turbulence. Now, you can get closer, but less than 150m? And stay there for an hour while you fly over India?
nekom: It's not the dumbest theory I've heard.
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