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  • Gooney Bird "Clandestine Cargo" Flight - Alaska

    AIRCRAFT: Douglas C-47 or DC-3. The Manfred Jahn C-47 v2 or v3 is encouraged.

    Flight Plan: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AhXvXtGPOxKhg3Xtd4-IvTb2oRjn

    Date/Time: FRIDAY April 5, 2019 / 9 pm EST start time

    This is a poor substitute for Lazer's "Back in Time" flights, but it does have a little charm to it. According to the "rules" of MS Flight, a Clandestine Cargo flight should follow the terrain by staying within 1000 ft above it!

    I do not plan to use the autopilot on these flights, or even fly a direct point to point path in the flight plan, but use my best judgement to stay within rules while flying the C-47 within it's capabilities.Participants can use their best judgement to fly their own routes, or just follow me. I promise I will try very hard not to crash.

    Cargo: Each pilot can select their own type of "Clandestine Cargo". I will be delivering UNREDACTED FULL copies plus supporting research of the Mueller Report (don't ask me where I got it).

    When Lazer is ready to do Friday night group flights I will switch to another night.

    -Coast
    Starts
    April 6th, 2019 01:00 AM
    Ends
    April 6th, 2019 03:00 AM
    Location
    Alaska
    Last edited by Travis; April 6th, 2019, 12:47 AM.
    Member: Simulated Heritage Aircraft Ferry Pilots Association

    "While my coast is still eroding, I found it easier just to move inland. "

  • #2
    I'll be there. But I can't tell anybody! Looking forward to it!!

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    • #3
      Here are some pictures of this flight.............https://imgbox.com/gallery/edit/Z1XU...IbsEXib78rgE0Q

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      • #4
        Thanks again for all the PR (Photo Recon) you do. I plan to post a new group flight for this Friday very soon.

        -Coast
        Member: Simulated Heritage Aircraft Ferry Pilots Association

        "While my coast is still eroding, I found it easier just to move inland. "

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