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1.
Date Posted: 2009-09-30 16:43:42.
Subject: Im Back
Name: f6hellcat
Message: you bagged an aircraft? sorry, dont take this the wrong way, but i find that a little hard to swallow. the Taliban dont have fighters. and it probably would've ended up in the news or something.
2.
Date Posted: 2009-09-30 16:39:14.
Subject: been to Smithsonian Air & Space or Dulles museum?
Name: f6hellcat
Message: im from the Washington DC area, and ive been to both. pretty spectacular stuff. can't wait for the new renovation and archives wing at the Udvar Hazy Center. wish they'd get an F-16 or an F-15 in there though.
3.
Date Posted: 2009-09-30 16:36:13.
Subject: have any of you people been on a airplane ride
Name: f6hellcat
Message:
X_plane wrote:
i have never even been on a plane at all. I really want to, though. especially the SR-71 blackbird, my favorite plane ever

dont mean to burst your bubble or anything, but idk if the Government would let you fly in an SR-71...
4.
Date Posted: 2009-09-30 16:22:38.
Subject: The Y in YF-22
Name: f6hellcat
Message:
F22_raptor wrote:
Jetwhiz wrote:
Python357 wrote:
Hi Everyone. I have a question that I have always wondered since I have been intrested in aircraft. In the names of some aircraft there is a Y in front of the F. For example: The YF-22 Raptor. Can someone tell me what the Y stands for? Thanks everyone
The 'Y' denotes that the aircraft has a Prototype status. You can see a list of all possible letter codes involved in the US Tri-Service system on our definitions page
~JetWhiz <8) Wednesday, September 30, 2009 -- 4:22:38 PM PDT
no x means that

actually there is a difference. X is actually pointing towards an experimental aircraft. not necessarily a combat aircraft (in fact i can only think of a few instances where that happened. that was the JSF) Y is actually used for Young (i think) Fighter. so you get Young Fighter 22. this is used when the aircraft is competing for a contract like with the YF-16 and YF-17. or in this case, the YF-22, and YF-23. as soon as whichever aircraft is decided the winner, the Y is dropped and you just get F-22.
5.
Date Posted: 2009-07-10 14:29:38.
Subject: flight sims
Name: f6hellcat
Message: its pritty hard to make a realistic flying game for the PC (or any other system i might add) because your "vision" is limited to a 2D spot. and the "cockpit" is your keyboard/mouse/controller.
6.
Date Posted: 2009-07-10 14:26:54.
Subject: Glass cockpits
Name: f6hellcat
Message: an interesting article i found in Flying on Glass Cockpits

http://www.flyingmag.com/leftseat/869/the-real-glass-cockpit-question.html
7.
Date Posted: 2009-07-10 10:53:21.
Subject: F-22 Program Cut?
Name: f6hellcat
Message: you could keep the F-16 around for a while, but thats also multirole. but they are cheap and maneuverable. but they will never be able to replace the F-15....
8.
Date Posted: 2009-07-10 10:44:10.
Subject: The worst plane ever to fly
Name: f6hellcat
Message: yeah the V-22 is up there. what about the Hun? or maybe the F-111? according to John Boyd's Energy-Maneuvering theory, the F-111 was not superior to the MiG in almost every aspect.
9.
Date Posted: 2009-06-16 18:27:19.
Subject: Im gone
Name: f6hellcat
Message: yeah? well guess who else is back?! yeah thats right. im back in black!
10.
Date Posted: 2009-04-24 12:55:02.
Subject: New Forum Features
Name: f6hellcat
Message: I understand that you redesigned the forum to add an avatar and that kind of stuff, but I can't seem to be able to figure out how to change it.

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