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Pooka

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About Pooka

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  • Birthday 12/19/1948

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    Antigo, Wisconsin,USA
  • First Name
    Denny
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    9
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  1. May have an errand, hope to be back in time. Will be here Weds AM. Disregard, found a replacement, will be ready.
  2. Fridays good, not Saturday. Fourth of July, Independence Day, big celebration from you know who...
  3. There is no P, so the next best would be K (my last name). It appears as such 7F ##K Logged
  4. I was the " tail end charlie ", of this mission, caught the main group once, and went past most. This is mostly my fault, practice and a new piece of equipment should help.. Everything else was exciting, like how I felt when I first met the Dogz. When Delta called us off and we started for home base, I discovered I had lost maps, had them earlier. Also no comms with others, had them earlier with all in flight. Perhaps these were taken out by being hit, I did suffer a flat front tire. Looking forward to more of these, thanks Fen. The mini maps were gone, I could use Shift H and get a large overview map.
  5. I felt sort of left out, then realized this all started before I came back to the Dogz. I've added my name to the list and await any instructions. Thanks Fen, now to practice with the split tailed devil.
  6. As best I can remember the first plane I flew in was a Piper Cub at the local airport Next came my helicopter years, first was the H-34, Sea Horse, in VietNam, CH-46, Sea Knight. The CH-53 Sea StallionThe UH-1 HueyOne ride in the back of a C-130That was the end of my military aircraft. While still in the Marines, I joined a local parachute club and made two successful descents before my mother put an end to that. Exited from a Cessna 182.Years later a local businessman had a Stearman and offered a chance to sit in the empty seat. No acrobatics but a lot of fun.About 9 months ago we had lot of damage from a windstorm, a Derecho, a friend who's brother in law took me up to see the damage to some land and spring pond. A Husky A-1C, this was as much fun as the Stearman. Its a challenge just getting into, crawl over the front pilots seat, carefull for the stick between your legs. Two sets of controls.
  7. The B-17 crash I spoke of this morning that occured last year in Conn where 7 of 13 were killed. The prelim investigation is coming up lack of proper maintenance. I was in Texas in March and saw this AC at a small airfield. Visited with pilot and some members of crew. There were other AC, B-25, P-51 and Huey UH-1. Took a pic Search Wiki or other sites, lots of them.
  8. Hi Pooka, Thank you for your donation of $25.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks DangerDogz Forum
  9. Great to hear you again too JP, my third session, I have the sense everything froze and I'm back to where I left off 4 or 5 years ago. It was sad to here those two young laddies (BG) on your knee are now in there twenties, but thats how life treats old folks. Happy there doing well. Looking forward to next Sunday. Oh yes, maybe your could make a law again where the Montreal Canadiens get the first pick from french skaters.... please
  10. Ten years old, how time flys. Are the trout still biting, or has children put your rod in the closet. I flew with the Dogz for the first time in about 5 years. They all sound the same, but fly a lot better. Come back soon, we'll take a side channel on TS and talk which fly is best.
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