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Old 13 November 2001, 08:11
michal piekarski
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Lightbulb MH-47Es

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Old 13 November 2001, 08:29
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Slingshots...
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Old 13 November 2001, 09:00
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I know that armed Chinooks were used in Vietnam, so I am wonder if now such choppers are used too.
BTW:what felling is flying such big machine?
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Old 13 November 2001, 14:25
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I am going to be purposefully vague with my answer but the MH-47's are armed in a similar manner as the MH-60's!
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Old 13 November 2001, 14:57
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I think Michal got banned. You try to pull his profile and get a "non-member" message.

My money is on Ace.
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Old 13 November 2001, 15:24
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yep, DOC42 nailed him after the Pave Hawk question.

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Old 13 November 2001, 22:45
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Quote:
Originally posted by TackDaBoat:
My money is on Ace.
Sorry Bro, Doc beat me to it, LOL.



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