Eeeaaarrrttthhhssshhhaaakkkiiinnnggg and cloud clearing I bet. :-o
btw, how long did the Soviets take to fly their copy?...Su or Tu?
>and let's not forget the B-36, that fantastic hybrid (sort of a
>stretched B-29 with 6 pusher props PLUS 4 jets) of which 3 or 4 still
>exist. "six turnin' and four burnin'" - a hardy band of hobbyists got
>pretty close to putting one of them back into airworthiness, but the US
>government stepped in and blocked them. i'd love to see/hear/feel one
>of them fly by sometime - i understand it was an earthshaking experience.
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