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I'm here on the Detroit Riverfront, with Capt. Steve Tupper, podcasting the Red Bull Air Races via Airspeed.
Posted by Rod "FANBOY" Rakic in Aerospace Education | Permalink
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Thanks for the article, I read it and the post and I have to say that this all gets more confusing when you are new to all this,just when I think I understand it all, someone throws in something new.
I guess I will all click in to place at some stage!
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August 05, 2011 at 01:42
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