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Out of all the spam, comes some good stuff!

My kinda email!  I likes me some Soviet sniper...
John, speaking of M5 Stuarts I ran across this the other day at Bernard Zee's sight. Mr Zee likes to take pics of airplanes and other things

http://home.comcast.net/~bzee1b/home.html

The Chino Airshow has WW-II re-enactors at the event and thought you might enjoy a small diversion from your daily toils.

http://home.comcast.net/~bzee1b/Chino10/Reenactors/Reenactors.html

I thing the 40mm would look good next to the mountain howitzer, just in case the zombies learn to fly.

Aw what the heck here is the link to last years show as well

http://home.comcast.net/~bzee1b/Chino09/Reenact/Chino09Reenact.html

And thanks for the almost daily smile I get from your sight

Rich in KCK

There as a 40mm mounted on a truck at the MVPA convention.  I agree, the Castle could use some heavier air defense, in case Dusty or Bill get bit by a zombie bug...

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in case Dusty or Bill get bit by a zombie bug...

Gee, maybe it's time for the TINS! about how I was supposed to give the 111th ADA some practice in anti-helicopter tactics in the late '70s at Ft. Drum -- and I captured two of their Dusters after I got bored with being "shot down" all the time by flying Soviet tactics...

 
Yes, please...  Let's have that TINS.

PS - I suspect I'm sharing airspace with some of your former Mi-17 and UH-1 students down here at Taji.  Those 17s are pretty.  As are the Hueys, of course...
 
Pogue -- Three that I know of are flying Huey IIs and four are in Mi-17s. One of the guys I put through Mr. T's Patented Inadvertent IMC Crashproofing Course is now an IP in the new Mi-17i.