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Mystery around abandoned F-14s and F4 in U.S woods.

Discussion in 'Post-World War 2 Armour' started by Skipper, Apr 19, 2017 at 7:58 AM.

  1. Skipper

    Skipper Kommodore

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    3 abandoned aircraft here: Quite a mystery indeed.

     
  2. George Patton

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    Could have been bought for salvage and that didn't work out.
     
  4. George Patton

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    Crap! it's bad enough our government is spying on us, now its those pesky Canadian's! :)
     
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    The salvage business across the street is significant.
     
  7. George Patton

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    On an unrelated topic, does anyone have a trailer that can accommodate airframes up to and including those equal in size to a F-14 Tomcat? There's no reason at all why I'm asking. Oh, and you'd need to meet me at a border slightly north of Texas.
     
  8. belasar

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    I'm thinking some body is up to his own personal arms race.
     
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    You don't need a trailer, you need two sets of dollys.
     
  10. Skipper

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    Virginia would make sense. The wodds probably grew there after the aircraft were abanondoned. No recycling plans? It would be more profitable than picking empty soda cans.....
     

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