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Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby Josh B » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:12 pm

slogen51 wrote:
Josh B wrote:That might be the case, but the fact is the info that's been posted about above has been all over social media, complete with photos, info on the progress of the pair of them and there new operators complete with links..to various sources to confirm this..for several months Hence my sarcastic comment about "old news" ;)
I guess the forum isn't as upto date as it once was :whistle: :halo: ;)



You must be having a giraffe! FC forum is a great centralised source of movements.


Indeed it is.. And so was this section,on a daily basis. Unfortunately it hasn't been the case for quite some time :(
For reasons that's probably best not discussed here!
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby slogen51 » Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:52 pm

Ah! I see what you mean.

I did hear there was some agro in the South west section a few years back.

I do sympathize - most of the Mildenhall movements are in the heads up / RCH section but as long as it is consistent it works for me.
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby baz1 » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:36 am

Josh B wrote:
bizfreeq wrote:It's old news that wasn't in the public domain, so to most people on here it would be new news. I find that comment of it being old news rather arrogant, not everyone has access to information such as this

It's been all over the FC Facebook group pages for well over a month..!!! Hence my rather sarcastic comment about it being old news. Chris globe of all. People must have seen it.. Thought you were up on everything old boy?! :D ;)

some of us don't use facebook and never will !!
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby Josh B » Fri Aug 11, 2017 12:37 pm

Unfortunately baz1 most people do these days..and info is shared among the relevant groups.. If people choose not to share it here,then unfortunately there's not alot you can do about it :whistle:
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby EGVP » Sat Aug 12, 2017 7:41 pm

I've been a bit busy. Two jobs and a business to run... :lol:
Threshold.Aero Gatwick Aviation Museum nightshoot on sale now!
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby Supra » Sun Aug 13, 2017 1:06 pm

For all you techno-dinosaurs out-there ( me included!) Sea King HAS5 XV666 visited former NAS Lee-on-Solent on Friday 11th! It didn't take long to fix that then?
Credit to Richard Davies ( Fastjetsbest) with excellent photo's over on UKAR. Who said Forums are dead? :roll:
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby bizfreeq » Sun Aug 13, 2017 1:19 pm

And carried on into Fleetlands
Cheers
Mark



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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby Josh B » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:12 am

bizfreeq wrote:And carried on into Fleetlands

Correct.. Gone in to fleetlands to be repainted like ZA166 has been..
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Re: Former RN Sea Kings to return to Service

Postby colevans » Mon Aug 14, 2017 7:01 pm

Supra wrote:For all you techno-dinosaurs out-there ( me included!) Sea King HAS5 XV666 visited former NAS Lee-on-Solent on Friday 11th! It didn't take long to fix that then?
Credit to Richard Davies ( Fastjetsbest) with excellent photo's over on UKAR. Who said Forums are dead? :roll:


I thought I saw a Sea King come out of HMS Daedalus on Friday and thought I was seeing things
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