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    From my friends over at/in

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    Turn the volume down (I nearly barfed)and enjoy.

    http://www.users.uswest.net/~choice2...rial_Movie.htm
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    thanks enjoyed DC-3 landing most.
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    Love the gooney bird Waldo, thanks.
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    Thanks for the link mate. There's some nice work in that clip.
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    very nice :-)
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    I've been up in a Gooney Bird
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    When I was in highschool as part of a class called Flight that the school offered, when took a day trip from Winnipeg to Grand Forks Air Force base in a Dakota that we chartered for the day. We got a tour of the B-52 and the Minuteman III silos they had there.

    I took some pics and still have them around here somewhere. There was the most lucious Stewardess on the plane and I remember being dared to take a snap of her bottom as she passed by.

    I simply must find those pics.
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    Yes. You must.

    HBR - Who was operating the Gooneybird? Way back, before you were born (70's) there was an airline still operating them in Queensland called "Gooneybird Tours". I think they ended up being bought by BPA (Bush Pilots Airlines) who then became Air Queensland who was then bought by either Ansett or Australian. Of course I have no idea what happened to the DC3s. Wasn't there a backpackers airline that was going to fly them in the early 90s?
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