Mysterious A2A Simulations aircraft spotted in Saint Maarten

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Damn who is this "Shadow"-guy? :D
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Just sounds like any one of my normal RL approaches with passengers on board...you do get pretty good at zoning out the screaming :D
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Killratio wrote:Just sounds like any one of my normal RL approaches with passengers on board...you do get pretty good at zoning out the screaming :D
Now that is the funniest thing I have read all week. Luckily I wasn't drinking anything or I think I would of ruined my keyboard. :mrgreen:
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Roadburner426 wrote:Cody's voice is different anyway.. That alone rules out him or Scott... Unless Scott has Lewis or Rob doing video's now. :lol: Now the videos themselves I could believe came from Cody as they are top notch, but he is definately not Shadow.
Definitely not Lewis unless he's a good actor and can drop his British accent. :)
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Roadburner426 wrote: Now that is the funniest thing I have read all week. Luckily I wasn't drinking anything or I think I would of ruined my keyboard. :mrgreen:

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So Heidi is a stewardess now? Love it! :)

So, I'm confused. Is this going to be some sort of expansion for the B377, or something new?

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Dagon wrote:So Heidi is a stewardess now? Love it! :)

So, I'm confused. Is this going to be some sort of expansion for the B377, or something new?
Only "The Shadow" Knows!! :lol: Stewardess Heidi?? God help the 1st passenger who requests a pillow! :lol:
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Great videos! Looking forward to this one! :D

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It's gone awfully quiet in here. Come on Shadow, you finished tormenting us or what?
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He must be busy finishing the June update ;)

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Lets hope so...

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We have noticed for the past several nights, at about 1am, someone has been entering a small building just East of Hangar B. As it turns out a L. Bloomfield has midnight cravings and is just making himself a sandwich. However, that guy must have bionic hearing because last night he came charging outside in just his shorts, alerting the dogs, which forced one of our guys to be seen fleeing the area. This has set us back because we just about cracked the security codes and I’m sure they have already been changed. Hopefully they think this was just a petty thief and don’t enter some major lockdown as a result.

There is a lot going on however. A restored Mig17 is at the base and they have been wiring it up for the past two days, apparently for some sound recording testing for the F-104. We’re not sure what this is about.

At 1:30pm yesterday, five 104’s from the Italian air force fueled up and then headed south. An FAA rep was on site just an hour after they left, apparently due to some broken windows and a noise abatement violation. Also, one F-104 had high several high-def camera’s mounted.

A bare metal P-51D is getting some paint. It was running just recently but currently has the cowlings off and the radiator is out for repairs. The A2A boss removed the Simmons manifold pressure regulator and apparently the joke is he has it in parts all over his kitchen table and it’s not exactly popular with the wife.

We still have not gotten a definitive word on this 377 but something big is definitely brewing. A Cody Birdland (Bergland?) checked in two days ago with a truck load of camera equipment. He entered the largest hangar on the base and as far as we know, he is sleeping in there. We can't get anywhere near this hangar. One of our guys is actually using telescoped lenses and still can’t get anything but all kinds of people are constantly seen entering and exiting the area. This activity is very similar to other aircraft prior to a public unveiling. The last plane to be in this hangar was the B-17 and it is still parked at St. Maarten.

Lastly, a party is being planned in an unsecured area near the South entrance, in just a few days. This party may be our opportunity…

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So who would have thunk that A2A has an Area 51! :mrgreen: :oops:
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Not a clue what most of this means for real, yet I am excited ---> am I A2Addicted? =P
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Well, if there's a party I want an invite.
Is there a BBQ too? Cos' a MiG 17 sounds tasty. I'll have 2 of those pleaz...In a bun.
And don't even get me started on the 104's: that's some tasty vittels right there.
I like the sound of this live band that's going to be playing.
What kind of music do you think would be appropriate for a gathering of this nature?
A cross between Eva Cassidy and Metallica would be interesting. Although highly improbable.
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