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skywagon Posted: 28.11.2017, 07:52



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Whew ....finally got it installed and working ....for me it took all day but following Johns tutorials and help from (Larry) airhogg ..got it done. Had a blast later that night shooting Japanese warships and  fuel stashes. It was fun pretending to be pappy Boyington for awhile who i did meet in Oshkosh in the 80's and right beside him was the Japanese pilot who shot him down.....so he said. today I'm suffering from extreme battle fatigue so might make a flight later....

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jer029 Posted: 28.11.2017, 08:04

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That's great Jim,

Pappy Boyington was  actually captured by the Japanese and imprisoned there at Truk when Operation Hailstone occurred and viewed (and survived) it on the ground.

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skywagon Posted: 28.11.2017, 08:50



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i have a book called Tonya signed by him which i bought off him when i was in Oshkosh.
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jer029 Posted: 08.12.2017, 11:10

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My thanks to Jim and Larry for joining in on the AP-9 Multiplayer flight.  It was great fun.  I was too busy shooting at things to stop and grab screenshots, but I hope to put together a video of the event soon - if the recording worked.

John

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airhogg Posted: 08.12.2017, 11:27



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l too enjoy the AP9 mission yesterday with John and Jim A. Shooting and blowing things up going at 300kts trying to keep your aim straight on the targets, it`s something every SPA pilot should
experience in multiplayer mode. Now you have a small idea what some of the World war II pilots were going through in the air. A big thanks to John, for his time and work on putting this thing together for all of us to enjoy. l hope the video come out ok, otherwise, will do it again if you like.clap  

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