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13 years 9 months ago #4185 by jetjerry
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William Holden is dead. :angel2:
Mickey Rooney is still with us...about 100 years old by now. :biggthumpup:

What airplanes were used in the movie "The bridges at Toko-Ri"? :-?

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13 years 9 months ago #4186 by SteveL
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I think they were F-89's....Am I close?

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13 years 9 months ago #4187 by jetjerry
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NO! :-D

F9F....Navy fighter/bombers. Early jets. They made 2 models: one had straight wings (as the ones in the movie) two: had swept wings. Made by Grumman.

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13 years 9 months ago #4191 by daveraine
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Just posted a few pics for you all.

Cancell that for the time being got the wrong format :-?
Dave<br /><br /><!-- editby --><br /><br /><em>edited by: daveraine, May 17, 2007 - 11:24 AM</em><!-- end editby -->

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13 years 9 months ago #4206 by jetjerry
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Keep in mind you guys, I think you need FSUIPC 4.1 to run FSX with SP1.

Go get it.

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It's seems to be a mixed bag with me. One time I run FSX and it does pretty well in low dense areas. Then I may run it again a couple hours later, and things are a bit blurry...in the same area.
I may never get this thing figured out.

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13 years 9 months ago #4208 by KenLeMay
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YOu only need FSUIPC if you plan on using 3rd party software that requires that special interface....if you only plan on using say, the Posky 737-800, with the stock 737 panel; you won't need it. At least thats my take....

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