Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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January 20th, 2006

Updates have been slow for a while now, but expect more regular - if slimmer - updates in 2006. To those contributors whose material has been in the queue for a while, I would like to say "Thanks for your patience!"

Specs :

Visitor's book I finally worked out how to reply to entries in the Visitor's Book- here - Message archive (newest message first)

Thunderbirds are Go!

Thunderbirds Thunderbirds

They have been F.A.B. since the 1960's. In this

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exhibit I compare the Thunderbirds 1 through 5 as seen in the 1966 movie  Thunderbirds are Go!  and the 2004 movie simply titled  Thunderbirds  - via the appropriately named "MiGMan Thunderbirds comparator Table".

Read on - Thunderbirds

Simpit cockpits

Simpit cockpits This cockpit is a work of art in polished aluminium with a retro feel. It would be right at home in Crimson Skies, although the builder prefers IL-2 Sturmovik and Microsoft Combat Flight Sim 2. Read on - Simpit cockpits

Low Level LOMAC

Just how low can you go? I decided to see just how low I could fly a MiG-29 in Lock On Modern Air Combat - here : Just how low can you go?

Lock On Modern Air Combat

"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) - an Introductory Tutorial manual for Orbiter  Space Flight Simulator.
"Go Play In Space" (Second Edition) by Bruce Irving.

Fun with Martin Schweiger's Orbiter Space Flight Simulator. This Introductory Tutorial manual is a colorful picture book about humans going to Mars, how they might realistically go about this, and where this might lead in the future.

Download Go Play in space here


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