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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    Today, 15:04
    Overall I would not be too gloomy of a Navy that have honed skills of tracking and acquisition in eyeball Fishery protection. We are heavy into...
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Today, 12:37
    DeV replied to a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    Which is what I said in the first post
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  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    Today, 10:54
    Could easily see it happening here. I often see visiting naval vessels arrive on AIS, completely invisible, except for the attached tugs. Watch...
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  • Auldsod's Avatar
    Today, 08:58
    Auldsod replied to a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    Which is what I just said :)
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:57
    DeV replied to a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    New common uniform design but each country to have own camo pattern
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  • Auldsod's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:48
    Auldsod replied to a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    The uniform design will remain the same for each under the proposal but they will have their own individual national camouflage patterns. All about...
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  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:38
    na grohmiti replied to a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    Am I missing something or is this new uniform not dpm, I.e green?
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:19
    DeV started a thread Nordic Uniform in Military Kit
    A single uniform design (With National camo patterns) for Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland ...
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  • hptmurphy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:28
    Conjecture... a more experience OOW isn't infallible and can also makes mistakes He qualified as a helms man regardless of conscript status...
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  • hptmurphy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:16
    hptmurphy replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    Yeah a heavy trawler will do that to a soft skinned frigate... and the photos tell the whole story:-D
    28 replies | 1181 view(s)
  • Charlie252's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:33
    Charlie252 replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    It’s not a limit(except US airspace) it is a restriction that can be lifted by ATC, you regularly hear ATC say “free speed” most civil airliners will...
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  • DeV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:49
    DeV replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    Concorde?
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  • Graylion's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:03
    Graylion replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    Wanna bet that is where the legend comes from? I think I have seen that pic with the 747 with the flaps out and the Fougas without
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  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:40
    GoneToTheCanner replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    the 747 may be the current fastest civilian airliner but the long retired Convair 880 was fastest of all and even the Citation X flies faster than a...
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  • GoneToTheCanner's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:38
    GoneToTheCanner replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    The legend is false, I'm afraid. A Fouga is good for 360 kts and all commercial traffic is limited to a max of 250 knots in a control zone, so when...
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  • Graylion's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:52
    Graylion replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    I'll believe it. The 747 is the fastest civilian airliner.
    28 replies | 1181 view(s)
  • Flamingo's Avatar
    12th November 2019, 20:53
    Flamingo replied to a thread PC-9M in Air Corps
    Only because leaving a smoking heap of splinters and an oil slick was seen as a bit ungentlemanly...
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  • na grohmiti's Avatar
    12th November 2019, 17:17
    The helmsman, a conscript, was the only one to see the approach, but assumed the OOW was aware, and it wasn't his place to question the officer.
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  • ancientmariner's Avatar
    12th November 2019, 17:08
    The OOW or one of the bridge trainees was a USN exchange officer and the AIS was passive.
    404 replies | 67101 view(s)
  • DeV's Avatar
    12th November 2019, 16:30
    DeV replied to a thread manning levels, the future. in Navy FAQs
    The Norwegian (relatively inexperienced) OOW was also supervising 2 trainees as well
    404 replies | 67101 view(s)
  • Graylion's Avatar
    12th November 2019, 15:43
    That's what I said in that conversation when the info was given to me.
    2580 replies | 785469 view(s)
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