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A flight of vintage aircraft from the past of the Army Air Corps...
 
A flight of vintage aircraft from the past of the Army Air Corps...
  
Some of the most unstable looking airframes ever to take to the skies.. the flight consists of a Skeeter, a Bell 47 Sioux, a Beaver, Auster, scout, Allouette and a chipmunk
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Some of the most unstable looking airframes ever to take to the skies.. the flight consists of a Skeeter, a Bell 47 Sioux, a Beaver, Auster, Scout, Alouette and a Chipmunk.
  
Available for Airshows, Bahmitzvahs, Birthdays and if there is a Pizza in need of delivery en route to any of the above venues.
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Available for Airshows, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays and if there is a Pizza in need of delivery en route to any of the above venues.
  
 
The Aircrew in command of these vintage relics are usually inept bloodclots who are kept away from the more modern valuable hardware. This of course is a lie but bound to get a bite out of a select few.  
 
The Aircrew in command of these vintage relics are usually inept bloodclots who are kept away from the more modern valuable hardware. This of course is a lie but bound to get a bite out of a select few.  
  
 
Back to [[The Army Air Corps]].
 
Back to [[The Army Air Corps]].

Revision as of 19:25, 5 August 2005

A flight of vintage aircraft from the past of the Army Air Corps...

Some of the most unstable looking airframes ever to take to the skies.. the flight consists of a Skeeter, a Bell 47 Sioux, a Beaver, Auster, Scout, Alouette and a Chipmunk.

Available for Airshows, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthdays and if there is a Pizza in need of delivery en route to any of the above venues.

The Aircrew in command of these vintage relics are usually inept bloodclots who are kept away from the more modern valuable hardware. This of course is a lie but bound to get a bite out of a select few.

Back to The Army Air Corps.