Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008 


People: Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder of Florida USA, on assignment with coalition troops in Baghdad, IRAQ made a generous donation of Microsoft Flight Sims and add-ons to the Flight Sim Museum in January 2008.

Updated 25th Jan 08

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
A selection from the January 2008 contribution, prior to despatch from Florida, USA to Australia.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
A selection from the January 2008 contribution, prior to despatch from Florida, USA to Australia.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
A selection from the January 2008 contribution, prior to despatch from Florida, USA to Australia.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
A selection from the January 2008 contribution, prior to despatch from Florida, USA to Australia.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
One box, well taped up and ready for posting.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
One box, well taped up and ready for posting.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
Contents of one of the three boxes.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
Ziploc bags provide good moisture protection for sim packaging.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
Foam pieces provide protection against damage in transit.

Wacky Wally, a.k.a. Bob Schroeder donated these sims to the Flight Sim Museum in 2008
A plastic garbage bag keeps moisture out of the package.

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