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Old 13 August 2009, 04:54   #11
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Mollers, sorry to take this OTT .
Not at all.

I've been known to hi-jack the odd thread myself.
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Old 13 August 2009, 11:44   #12
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Nice pics - very very hard to get good shots of high speed jets . I cant wait for the Bournemouth shows in a week or so . I reckon the over water displays are the only chance to get proper close nowadays.
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Just spoken to my Sis, she was rowing off of Dawlish last night and saw the Red Arrows returning to Cranwell. She wondered where they'd been.
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A future Red arrows pilot

Oscar with his heroes at Kemble.

After they flew at Kemble they walked over to meet their fans.

A nice bunch of lads and an inspiration for all the kids
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Thats very nice to see perhaps an overpaid, arrogant footballer could see that post and learn something .. oh yes ... I forgot .. learn some proper skill
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Thats very nice to see perhaps an overpaid, arrogant footballer could see that post and learn something .. oh yes ... I forgot .. learn some proper skill
Well said
Chris, the kids most have been made up! I know I would be.
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What a job. I bet the ladies have a right job extracting out of them what they do for a living.
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What a job. I bet the ladies have a right job extracting out of them what they do for a living.
They take a ground crew "Circus" with them to the shows in the back seat, have a look at the website(1,3)

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