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youngharry

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About youngharry

  • Birthday 02/02/1939

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    Withcott Queensland Australia
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    GA flying and Flightsim.

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  1. DAK

    Happy....I'm ecstatic. TIME TO CELEBRATE. Ron.
  2. DAK

    The colour of the text on the fuselage changed over time but it was definitely black when I helped Prof Edwards mask it off. As for A or N, A would have been on the plane at some stage of its Air force life but it ended up N so I guess N is the go. Watch that shoulder, Mate. Ron.
  3. DAK

    Matt, priorities first. That Smith bloke has plenty of other things to occupy his lazy retirement; you get yourself squared away before even thinking about pampering the whims of others. How did the damage occur? Ron.
  4. DAK

    Matt, Smith is on the blower. Good afternoon Sir and how the hell are you? Have been 'US' for a couple of days and have not been up and around much. Is there somewhere I should be looking for the Dak?
  5. The Military Aviation community is still to find an attack/fighter that can replicate the capabilities of the A4.
  6. DAK

    Bravo Zulu, me ole son; spot on. Smith.
  7. DAK

    The Dak I spent most time in started out as VJ-ORB. We did the gun alignments for the new West Head Gunnery Emplacement as well as alignments for ships coming out of refit from Willytown. She had a long life and ended up as N2-23, with NW on the tail fin and 801 0n the nose. I did a Show Card and Ticket Writing course at the Nowra Tech College and helped a bloke named Prof Edwards paint the ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY on the fuselage. I reckon I had a good time. Ron Smith.
  8. DAK

    No hurry, Matt. I have a fridge full of Tiger. Still love that stuff. Ron.
  9. DAK

    Go for it, Matt.
  10. DAK

    Has the silver RAN Dakota been released yet. Ron Smith. ex Dak Crew.
  11. If the wets are open it is my shout. Youngharry.
  12. Hey Matt, Is there also an upgrade for N15-709? I travelled up and down the east coast in these things. Ron Smith.
  13. Thanks Matt, your time in Pussers has equipped you well. Ron Smith (Youngharry)
  14. The fuselage is black. Is there an answer to the problem or is the problem me?