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Robert Royes said on February 14, 2018
There's easier ways of telling if the prop is turning,#1
George Williams said on February 14, 2018
Hey, Rob, it's not Friday yet.
Rob Pollock said on February 15, 2018
Occasional, random posts of one to three images only.
Craig Abrahamson said on February 14, 2018
Yeah...I miss those "briefings", too, George.
I still have a few hundred images to hand, and still harvest new ones when something unusual pops up, but it’s noticeable that I only see one or two a week now, when at one time there were dozens, hence a much smaller grouping, and only as and when. Otherwise, I would have been happy to carry on FB.
Louis Gardner said on February 14, 2018
me too ...
Michel Verschuere said on February 15, 2018
Jeff Bailey said on February 15, 2018
Looks great! I want the hat!
David Mills said on February 15, 2018
I love the Hat
Wonderful photos Rob - I get the feeling that pilot doesn't want to get into that tempest/typhoon
Greg Kittinger said on February 15, 2018
Looks to me like they're taking up a keg of beer to cool off!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on February 15, 2018
That is a nice closeup of the nose on the Typhoon(?). I haven't seen the screening previously. I'm guessing the Erk is listening to the engine, for some technical reason. Also wondering if like the earlier versions the pilot has to go on oxygen immediately he enters the cockpit, due to carbon monoxide fumes drawn into the cockpit.
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