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Practice Part #3

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SGME - SARSSARS - SACOSACO - SAMRSAMR - SAZY #1 South of 40SAZY - SCJO #2 South of 40SCJO - SCTBSCTB - SCRASCRA - SCDASCDA - SPEQSPEQ - SPIM (SPIM begins the South Pacific Ocean Corridor)As always - Feel free to modify the route as needed.

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I have the baton SARS-SACO in the RealAir Spitfire.Doing this leg without an autopilot. Jeff W

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alrighty then. hello, everybody. let me pick one up.i have the baton. SAMR-SAZY in default kingair 350.joelhope i didn't jump in too quick posting before the duennajoel

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Flying wing SAMR-SAZY in OspreyGood luck Joel , For info remember to post your Baton reply to the main topic (in this case Buzzbee ) and not reply to Jocks :) Keeps it all neater . Test flight in the Osprey on FSX :(

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alrighty then. hello, everybody. let me pick one up.i have the baton. SAMR-SAZY in default kingair 350.joelhope i didn't jump in too quick posting before the duennajoel
Hey Joel,You did not jump in too fast.Baton free should be posted as fast as poosible after you have yourself validated the Duenna.Another team member can then take the baton.That keeps the baton flying all the time, which is important as the clocks keeps ticking.Duenna's needs to be posted not later than 1 hour after the flight ended.

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Hey Joel,You did not jump in too fast.Baton free should be posted as fast as poosible after you have yourself validated the Duenna.Another team member can then take the baton.That keeps the baton flying all the time, which is important as the clocks keeps ticking.Duenna's needs to be posted not later than 1 hour after the flight ended.
hi jock,that's kinda what i wanted to know. makes sense.and i'll look into how posting the baton reply goes, bryan. more than half way. joel

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baton free at SAZY.this thing seemed to lag. haven't checked in too much on what's expected of the default kingair.joel

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actually, it looks like i was only 15 mins beyond the flight time.airstrip right along the edge on a hill.

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Baton Free - SCTBExperimenting a bit in the Bearcat. Climbs well looses a bit up high. Winds were favorable at fl200Outline mode seems to work adequately.

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I have Baton SCTB - SCRAMoving it up towards the Corridor leg.

SGME - SARSSARS - SACOSACO - SAMRSAMR - SAZY #1 South of 40SAZY - SCJO #2 South of 40SCJO - SCTBSCTB - SCRASCRA - SCDASCDA - SPEQSPEQ - SPIM (SPIM begins the South Pacific Ocean Corridor)As always - Feel free to modify the route as needed.

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Baton Back at SCTBGot called away from the cockpit and it lasted longer than I thought it would.

I have Baton SCTB - SCRAMoving it up towards the Corridor leg.
I have Baton SCTB - SCRAIn the ** P-51
SGME - SARSSARS - SACOSACO - SAMRSAMR - SAZY #1 South of 40SAZY - SCJO #2 South of 40SCJO - SCTBSCTB - SCRASCRA - SCDASCDA - SPEQSPEQ - SPIM (SPIM begins the South Pacific Ocean Corridor)As always - Feel free to modify the route as needed.

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Baton Free SCRAThat was an interesting flight. The last 100 miles were in a terrible thunderstorm. I was being tossed around pretty good.Descending into the clouds I could make out a highway and managed to catch a glimpse of the unlit field below me as I headed out over the ocean to avoid the hills. Turned back to make an attempt at landing. Trying to aim to the north of the road when I could see it but ended up too high to save it so back out over the water I went with a little better idea of where the runway was at. I managed to land on the next attempt with a 14 kt crosswind. A good challenge. Apologies for no screen shots. Had my hands full.

Baton Back at SCTBGot called away from the cockpit and it lasted longer than I thought it would.I have Baton SCTB - SCRAIn the ** P-51

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hi all,guarding the airways. ready to pick up one or two.joelalright. i'll carry this set on a bit while no one else is.i have the baton SCRA-SCDA. in the AFG king air 300. nice cockpit lighting in this.

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i have the baton SCRA-SCDA. in the AFG king air 300. nice cockpit lighting in this.
Wingman for Joel in the DA Cheyenne. SCRA - SCDA.Mike. :(

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