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  1. May I just say also a HUGE THANK YOU to those of you who gave their SERVICES..to those on here who may have been and are Veterans. To all those Past , Present THANK YOU for your SERVICE ...THANK YOU ALL you have MY grateful thanks. *and to MY Late Father who served in the Indian Army, and Air Force *. with much love and Remembered with utmost Respect. Rest In Peace Pappa.
  2. Yes ... How sad that these young men who fought heroically during WWI & WWII ,that they never returned to their families whom they left behind at such tender young age. To engage in Battle, whether in the Air or land or on the High seas, with treacherous weather and conditions, they fought for their beloved countries and countrymen; never once giving up the Battle. Never once laying down arms when everything seems futile, but carried on their Duties, having taken Oath To Serve their King/Queen/ Presidents/Prime ministers and Country to attain PEACE for ALL of Us. Fighting with spirit, and heart, they indeed gave their All. The wars they fought were cruel, heartbreaking, filled with sorrow and sadness when a fellow soldier or pilot or sailor was killed before their very eyes; and yet they marched on and fought. Their tenacity & bravery , their courageous fight will not be forgotten whom ever they are . Wherever they are left to Rest In Peace. Mother Earth gives them the peace that they fought for us All, but did not return to see it nor to celebrate it nor to enjoy it. Never to get back to their Mothers, Fathers,Wives, Sisters and many other family members. So many Allied countries lost good men...young men.. fathers, grandfather,uncles, brothers and WE REMEMBER THEM ALL..ONE AND ALL. Allied troops who lost their lives while fighting in Europe , North Africa are not forgotten either. MAY THE ALMIGHTY GIVE THEM ALL PEACE AND THAT THEY REST EASY AS WE DO NOT FORGET THEM. WE may not know their names but WE KNOW they are gone and SHALL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. Amen.Amen.Amen. https://www.cwgc.org/visit-us/find-cemeteries-memorials/cemetery-details/144000/neuve-chapelle-memorial/ This is about Indian Soldiers buried there.
  3. Oh I had missed USA Air Force 2. Just rewatched it from the beginning.. and YEAH.. Got to see it take off from 8:01 minutes onwards. REAL Sweet Treat . thank you Gregg for informing/updating.
  4. May he Finally Rest In Peace. Lest WE forget them. Never shall be forgotten.. None of them. Amen.
  5. Did I hear him Say USA Air Force C-17 coming in to land. @ 10.33.32. She looks a Huge STUNNING beauty. WHOA!! What a Treat !! Thanks Gregg.
  6. Ooh Thank you For posting them. Spent a good few minutes browsing through your entire Gallery. Some Real BEAUTIFUL action packed Photographs. Many thanks.
  7. Bell P-39 Airacobra Blueprint - Download free blueprint for 3D modeling https://drawingdatabase.com/bell-p-39-airacobra/
  8. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Violator 1991. Enjoy your Birthday with family & friends and others celebrating their day today too. ENJOY .. and may the LSP Wizard brings you many Huge WINGY THINGY..
  9. With the most utmost respect to Aigore...(I hope he won't mind MY sharing this) check out his build... His Viggen Build. http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?/topic/318474-saab-ja37-viggen-jetmads-132/
  10. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/bell-p-39-airacobra.html/amp Above Article : but not many photos from that era! P-39 Airacobra Tunisia, N Africa WWII | Blake Smith | Flickr If you like History: Part 1 . https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/photos/airacobra-p39?assettype=image&phrase=airacobra p39&sort=best&license=rf%2Crm Two pages... then on second page there are 1 or 2 photos of the Airacobra intact. on page 2,the photos shows 3 images of aircrafts ... that appears in one of the link I posted earlier.
  11. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/bell-p-39-airacobra.html/amp Above Article : but not many photos from that era! P-39 Airacobra Tunisia, N Africa WWII | Blake Smith | Flickr If you like History: Part 1 .
  12. I like history and personal information attached to these kinds of talk. Glad you watched it.
  13. Yes I'd like to see more of your photographs.
  14. Pete, PHENOMENAL build which I thoroughly enjoyed following. I have to say that your Pavehawk is one of the most IMPECCABLE build on the sense of its detailing and figure work and All That Jazz ! SPECTACULAR Diorama . And a million times Congratulations for being the GOLD winner. It truly is a thing of beauty and very artistically composed. You deserve the accolades. KUDOS Captain FLEISCHMANN. {I am so happy to see you did the book.. Thank you... I shall be buying it ASAP when released. THANK YOU}. {so best in show story ?}
  15. HELLO GAZ =MAJQA. Translate from English to Klingon | Tradukka https://tradukka.com/translate/en/tlh/Hello+Gaz.+how+are+you%3F pretty impressive to use... Get Learning Gaz
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