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    Quote Originally Posted by bad bob View Post
    Did you notice for some reason, some of our recent posts have been mysteriously removed without explanation (so far)?

    NJ, yours, mine and Campps have disappeared into a vortex.
    I had 2 replies to those movie spam posts removed. I assumed it was because the pictures I attached had the word s h i t in them, and the "auto" censor missed it.

    Other than that, I don't think so, but , then again, I'm not too smart.

    Have you been using naughty language?
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    Quote Originally Posted by teds280z View Post
    .... there is a saber jet from Korea War era. Hard to find.
    The trail is on the right, is a marked trail and the jet is in a gullyon the left if going up.
    What the!!! Was that a static display or a crash, Ted?
    I know there are a few crash sites around. The ones I have heard of are in Nevada but I feel sure there'd be others.
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    There's a whole bunch of people that chase downed aircraft like we chase ghost towns. Wreck Chasers I think they call themselves, something like that, google and you'll find some discussion sites. MANY wrecks can be visited in all the western states at least. Arizona was extemely active in WWII flight training, and thus has a ton of wrecks.

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    Great pictures Brian! Heck of a place to not feel good though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brian10x View Post
    I had 2 replies to those movie spam posts removed. I assumed it was because the pictures I attached had the word s h i t in them, and the "auto" censor missed it.

    Other than that, I don't think so, but , then again, I'm not too smart.

    Have you been using naughty language?



    Nope....remember NJ said "you were a funny guy". Campp said you were the reason he doesn't just "lurk" here anymore. Those are gone. Perhaps off topic?

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    Nice Job Brian10x there's alot of things to explore around there

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    Quote Originally Posted by campp View Post
    There's a whole bunch of people that chase downed aircraft like we chase ghost towns. Wreck Chasers I think they call themselves, something like that, google and you'll find some discussion sites. MANY wrecks can be visited in all the western states at least. Arizona was extemely active in WWII flight training, and thus has a ton of wrecks.
    Yeah, Campp, I found some of those GoogleEarth User groups dedicated to wreck chasing, which was how I found the Nevada sites. Now I can chase up some in Arizona too.
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    Default F 86 wreck

    Brian, I found it on google earth. Type in Mt Lemmon, AZ that will bring you to the resort at the top. Follow the main road to the west and south until you see a orange dot. It will say
    F-86 crash site. Click on it and a window opens, chose the bottom web site there are pictures. Thats a trip to see it after 10 yrs. The coordinates are N32'25 W110'13. Also guys I am a GT'er and don't normaly chase wrecks. Some guy on the trail told us where it was and still had a hard finding it.

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    It never ceases to amaze me how a great country like ours can mistreat its own people, the indians, blacks, Japanese, Chinese, and I'm sure I left someone out.

    One of the things I admire most about us, though, is our ability to right our own wrongs. We always do the right thing.

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