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B-2 out from RAF Mildenhall

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Another port-over. A bit temperamental, and no cockpit to speak of, but nice to have available. Just tried a late afternoon winter flight (with the seasons mod) out of Mildenhall, swing back round over Lakenheath, then out to the Channel and then south to . . . (if I told you, I'd have to kill you)

That's Lakenheath just to the left in this shot
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Trouble with living in this part of the country - you think you're having a nice quiet evening in,
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and then this goes over
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About to add a little excitement to the lives of the residents of Southwold
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heading low over on of the Channel windfarms, on the way to . . .
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Great shots Andy and a nice port-over. There appear to be no noise abatement regulations in this lovely part of your country. You should try the Vulcan next. I think it's even noisier 😉😉

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11 minutes ago, bernd1151 said:

Great shots Andy and a nice port-over. There appear to be no noise abatement regulations in this lovely part of your country. You should try the Vulcan next. I think it's even noisier 😉😉

Cheers Bernd. Oddly enough, I'm one of the very few wing-nuts, indeed possibly the only one, who thinks the Vulcan is as ugly as sin. I can't abide the thing, and won't have it in my hangar. Now the Victor, on the other hand, I find to be quite stunning. Couldn't get it ported over though.

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7 minutes ago, andy1252 said:

Now the Victor, on the other hand, I find to be quite stunning.

You are indeed a gentleman of culture, sir! I salute you! 🍻 I may not share your extreme opinion regarding the Vulcan's looks, but we appear to be of one mind about the Victor.:cool:

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 "I think it's even noisier 😉😉" Bernd!   The B-2 is meant to be a STEALTH bomber. Not very good if I can hear it :laugh::tongue:

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And then there's the Valiant. Or to give it it's proper title - "what was that other one called?"

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8 hours ago, andy1252 said:

Now the Victor, on the other hand, I find to be quite stunning. Couldn't get it ported over though.

Very interesting, Andy. I got the Vulcan to work, maybe I should try the Victor next. Should I succeed, I'll let you know, how I did it 😃😃

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