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    Or maybe the Bristol Beaufighter, used by the...

    Or maybe the Bristol Beaufighter, used by the RAF, the RAAF and the RCAF.

    Terry
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    Fokker D8? Terry

    Fokker D8?


    Terry
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    My bad, should read 12,600 kilometres, not miles....

    My bad, should read 12,600 kilometres, not miles.

    No distance at all really!! I flew 13,800 Km non stop from Dallas to Sydney last year. So what if it was in an A380 not a military plane!!
    ...
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    And Elmshoot is declared the winner! During...

    And Elmshoot is declared the winner!

    During the 1982 Falklands War, Operations Black Buck 1 to Black Buck 7 were a series of seven extremely long-range ground attack missions by Royal Air Force...
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    Nope, not the raids on London, either WW1 or WW2....

    Nope, not the raids on London, either WW1 or WW2. Another clue:

    1. This series of bombing raids achieved a particular distinction at the time, though this was surpassed in a later war.
    2. 2...
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    No sir, not the Doolittle raid. Will wait a...

    No sir, not the Doolittle raid. Will wait a little longer before posting another clue.

    Terry
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    No correct answers so far. Another cluse 1....

    No correct answers so far. Another cluse

    1. This series of bombing raids achieved a particular distinction at the time, though this was surpassed in a later war.
    2. 2 different types of aircraft...
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    OK, try this one: 1. This series of bombing...

    OK, try this one:

    1. This series of bombing raids achieved a particular distinction at the time, though this was surpassed in a later war.
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    Oh no, caught without a question again!!! Give...

    Oh no, caught without a question again!!!

    Give me a little time, I'll come up with something!


    Terry
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    Supermarine Walrus? Terry

    Supermarine Walrus?


    Terry
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    Concur with the rotors. 1970 is a bit late to be...

    Concur with the rotors. 1970 is a bit late to be adding retractable gear to a fixed wing! But then what about the variable incidence single wing?

    Terry
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    And after Elmshoot takes the ball downfield...

    And after Elmshoot takes the ball downfield Johnny takes it over the line!

    The Avro Shackleton it is! Designed by Roy Chadwick of Lancaster fame and drawing heavily on the Lanc's successor the...
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    Sparky Not the Neptune, but you are...

    Sparky
    Not the Neptune, but you are soooooooooooooo close!

    So much so that I will hold off giving another clue until tomorrow.


    Terry
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    Nope, not the Valiant or any of the other V...

    Nope, not the Valiant or any of the other V Bombers! An evening clue (here in Oz anyway)

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that...
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    Yes, that sort of mistake but not that particular...

    Yes, that sort of mistake but not that particular one. Also I should have made clear that this happened in a different type of aircraft!

    Terry
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    No, not that mistake! An Anzac Day clue: 1....

    No, not that mistake! An Anzac Day clue:

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the war were no longer...
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    No sir, not the KC 97. Lets throw in another...

    No sir, not the KC 97. Lets throw in another convoluted clue!

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the...
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    No, not the Canberra. Another clue 1. Like...

    No, not the Canberra. Another clue

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the war were no longer...
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    A morning clue (here in Oz at least): plus a...

    A morning clue (here in Oz at least): plus a bonus clue!

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the war...
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    No takers so far! Another clue: 1. Like many...

    No takers so far! Another clue:

    1. Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the war were no longer effective....
  21. Amen

    Amen
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    OK, I'm on it! First clue for the WAGers: ...

    OK, I'm on it! First clue for the WAGers:



    Like many post WW2 aircraft, development of this plane was driven by the realisation that aircraft that had performed well in the war were no longer...
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    Oh bother, got to figure out a question now! ...

    Oh bother, got to figure out a question now!

    No worries, got something in mind, just need a little time to figure it out!

    Terry
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    Bristol Coanda Competition Monoplane?Two aircraft...

    Bristol Coanda Competition Monoplane?Two aircraft built for War Office Military Aeroplane Competition. Powered by 80 hp (60 kW) Gnome engine.


    Terry
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    Is wiring the two batteries in series to give 24...

    Is wiring the two batteries in series to give 24 volts really going to help?

    Sure, the motor will be trying to spin quicker, but you will have the internal resistance of the batteries in series,...
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