Replacement entry for original number 39 in which I'm choosing to be honest again about my current situation. My disability for now has won and I was admitted to hospital on December 18th on a Section 28. So I may be here for some time and as for the damage this potentially could cause to my playing career - well I will just have to take that on the chin. I am on my phone as here you only get one hour internet access every day and I have burned most of that finding and buying a few diecast 1/72
Updated 12-21-2015 at 18:23 by Tonx
(Elmstead House correction.)
Damn, that is one long-assed name for a group of folks, based mostly in southwestern and central Ohio, that gather quarterly to talk about World War One aircraft, the men that flew them, and the tactics they used. Anyone is open to join, membership is free, and the group is very welcoming.
The next meeting is slated for January 23rd at the Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretive Center, starting at 1:00 p.m. Chapter member Mike Rogers will be
Updated 12-21-2015 at 10:36 by predhead
July 15, 1940
"It seems that your rookie wasn't frightened by his adventure, Joachim..."
"Well Kyte... He will be... Soon, I'd say... Here he comes..."
"Well Cael... You're lucky... There's a patrol to be sent and you'll need some more hours of flight under your belt. You and Andrzej can do it."
"Yes sir! Thank you Squadron Leader Kyte!"
"Be careful out there, Cael! Follow
For the last day of my trip to Poland, Andrzej organized a trip to Breslau with another secret mission on the way.
The house of the Richthofen family in Swidnica/Schweidnitz:
A private Person placed a memorial stone in the garden:
Manfred Frh. v. Richthofen + 21.April 1918
Updated 01-16-2016 at 00:56 by Marechallannes
After a good sleep, I woke up in the morning and the good spirit of the Opole HQ served us a wonderful rich breakfast to be fit for a trip to Krakau, the old cultural capital city of Poland.
On our way, Andrzej left the road for a first secret mission target. In the town of Otmice/Ottmütz he showed me the remains of a former Luftwaffe airfield.
Updated 12-09-2015 at 23:16 by Marechallannes