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Old Dec 5, 2006, 5:30 PM   #21
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bomber1,

Thanks for the picture and the link; that must be the place, I tried to zoom in on the memorial to see the names but the resolution isn't high enough. Thanks so much again.

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Old Dec 7, 2006, 12:42 PM   #23
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I'm going to try something that I have not seen before. The image is 6' X 52."

Ken S.

How come the image is an attachment instead of a direct showing?? I was hoping that the image could be viewed as a long strip that could be viewed by scrolling from left to right.

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hi kselfrid2

dno any answers but pics look good to me !!

regards bob.
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These are a far cry from photographic sharpness. Most of the frames are somewhat blurry to help suggest motion and speed during animation. Some of the scenes were of planes approaching each other at 600 plus miles per hour giving a relative passing velocity of 1,200 miles per.

(I do not have the conversion factor to give velocities in furlongs per fortnight. Sorry! LOL!!)

Also the pictures are much more static than I'd hope for. I could find only a few frames that presented a view from inside the cockpit. The ones that did have a MIG in view looked like a bug on the wind screen. The rest are primarily static views from the outside.

The series is very interesting for the airplane nut like myself. The last several were of the Curtis P-40 (Flying Tigers WWII) and a navy carrier Grumman ?? fighter in the Pacific (WWII).

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