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The real Ron Truth05/11/2016 21:43:47
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In case anyone hasty seen these in flight videos from kermit weeks in florida. superb footage of him flying some of his collection.

https://www.youtube.com/user/KermitWeeksBlogVideo/videos

 

 

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The real Ron Truth05/11/2016 21:49:51
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Phil 905/11/2016 22:07:26
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that first videos has to be one of the most patronising and inaccurate summaries of WW1 aviation I have ever heard.

and what is a calvery

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Bob Cotsford05/11/2016 23:39:14
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Calvery formed troops to scout ahead of the army, with the advent of trench warfare and the simultaneous development of aircraft observation aircraft were used to observe the enemy, then fighters evolved to shoot down enemy observers - where did he get it wrong Phil?

Phil 905/11/2016 23:48:55
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for one mounted troops are normally referred to as cavalry

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator05/11/2016 23:55:31
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Oh come on chaps, lighten up, it's only an chap called Kermit flying aeroplanes. Surely we can't get too serious about this?
BEB
Bob Cotsford06/11/2016 00:04:56
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depends on your accent Phil, 'calvery' did raise an eyebrow the first time he used it but it was easily overlooked as he is a septic. If I had his money I'm sure I could get away with calling horse troops anything I likedlaugh.

Phil 906/11/2016 00:14:22
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not the troopers I have meet wink

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