History of the Statute of Liberty
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August 27, 2006
To: All SLAC Members
From: Vern Nelson, Web Manager
The USA by Air. Here is one mans journey from
California to Oshkosh Wisconsin and back... A nice trip.
Sent to member Bob Green by a friend in Janesville, WI. Fairly long to load but photos and naratives are
well worth the wait.
Airfield History in the United States – An interesting website of airfield history. There are many photos
and little-known facts on it. You don't have to be a history buff to enjoy this site.
Courtesy of member Gary Vacin
Covers More Ground. (automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast service)
– Tiger Mountain, Issaquah, WA
Damage to a B-727. Courtesy of
member Gary Vacin
Airplane – Courtesy of Bob Earl
So you want to fly a
helicopter? - Very difficult! Courtesy of member Dan Bott
www.skykits.com. – Build
your own LSA plane. The Savannah takes
off in 100 feet and climbs at 1,300 FPM.
Approach speed is 35 MPH
· Ever worry about squirrels getting into your bird feeder? Well, look at this. Courtesy of member Dick O'Brien
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