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How many big Cocks have they still got in Russia?
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https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/05/archer- ... gnoff.html
Archer Aviation gets FAA approval for electric aircraft

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https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/raf-fli ... ix-months/
RAF surveillance flights relating to Gaza

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An interesting and thought provoking long read that affects us all on Ukraine in the Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/world/artic ... ory-europe

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https://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/british ... in-rescue/
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A bit of “hell yeah” from the RJAF.

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Nice!
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Nah!
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I mean, this is pretty cool isn't it?


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Wes_Howes wrote:
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I mean, this is pretty cool isn't it?

I certainly agree burying them underground is the best thing for them.... :grin:

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'Dave Cave' anyone?

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I know these kinds of videos can be a bit sensationalist, but I'm wondering what others think of the first clip here - is the landing plane unusually close to the one taking off or is it one of those cases where the perspective is skewed due to the distance the camera operator is from the runway, and in fact this is a) perfectly normal and b) perfectly safe?

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That looks ridiculously dangerous. Imagine the plane taking off had to abort?

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CJS wrote:
Thu 13 Jun 2024, 4:22 pm
I know these kinds of videos can be a bit sensationalist, but I'm wondering what others think of the first clip here - is the landing plane unusually close to the one taking off or is it one of those cases where the perspective is skewed due to the distance the camera operator is from the runway, and in fact this is a) perfectly normal and b) perfectly safe?

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That looks ridiculously dangerous. Imagine the plane taking off had to abort?
https://www.flightglobal.com/safety/ind ... 15.article
Indian officials are probing a serious runway conflict between A320neos operated by Air India and IndiGo.

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Well that answers that then 🙈🙃🤣

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A new TFTG aggressor aircraft for the JASDF.

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