Lagniappe is gone now, but his memory lives on.
Yer link is busted. I got an "access denied".
Sorry, any journo that uses the word "aircrafts" in an article, instantly loses all credibility with me.All B.S. as far as I am concerned.
Is it A concern? Yes - is it a BIG concern? No.
Hey Murphy; I got the "Access denied" thingie on my screen, I think your link is broken..Like your fence is when Belle gets out...LOL
OT, but I hope Harvey stays west of you.
For $47k you could buy one.Of course, you'd have to ship it out of Poland, but no guts, no glory. Others for sale include a Bulgarian one setup for dropping parajumpers, and a pack of three AN-2s for $224k - cheaper in bulk, they are.
Meh, AN-2 vs. Stinger, Stinger wins every time!
remove the .html...http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/08/29/north-koreas-antique-airplane-could-be-its-most-dangerous-weapon-yet
Did you catch this?:https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/12/nyregion/submarine-hackensack-uss-ling.html?_r=0Navy doesn't want it. (why does that Sinatra movie about a Queen and a sub come to mind?)