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380 - Thursday, April 23, 2009 4:27 pm

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Larry[geordie]Dodds [ground radar 69/70]

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Scottish borders

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Flew to RAF GAN in the VC10 69,now we are having a reunion on Gan march 2010 and are hoping some of the aircrew that flew to Gan over the years can join in and come to the reunion.We have over 40 ex-gannites now of various trades but as yet no aircrew. Contact....Gannitekos@aol.com....everyone very welcome....Larry

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381 - Sunday, April 19, 2009 10:47 am

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John Lush

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Sydney, Australia

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A nostalgic site as the VC-10 was the first aircraft I flew in (London - Frankfurt - Kano - Lagos). Thanks!

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382 - Friday, April 17, 2009 12:34 am

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Derek Smith

Location:

Canada

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Great site for a great era.I grew up in Hong Kong as an Army kid and remember the VC 10 as the most exciting thing I had ever seen.We travelled to and from the UK on Vicsounts and Brittanias and it used to take 2or3 days each way,all going well.The VC 10 was like a spaceship and yes we all got to "fly the plane"while the pilot had a nap. Thaks for a great site

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383 - Sunday, April 12, 2009 9:21 pm

Name:

Iain harwood

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taunton, somerset

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I first flew on a VC10 from Ceylon to Heathrow every school holiday from 1969 to 1973. I was also allowed on occasions to visit the cockpit, which would be unheard of these days. The aircraft holds very many happy memories for me, especially when I saw her at Yeovil air day a few years back.

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384 - Tuesday, March 31, 2009 7:46 pm

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Terry Darch

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Taunton, Somerset

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I was a Fireman at RAF Brize Norton when the VC10's first arrived

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385 - Tuesday, March 24, 2009 1:47 pm

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Mark Bilney

Location:

Cornwall

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First flew on a BOAC VC10 when I was 2. At 18, and fresh out of RAF Halton, I was posted onto LSS 'F Troop' heavy rects team (10 Sqn), RAF Brize Norton where I spent 5 years up to my armpits in flap and slat snags and engine changes. In 1997 I went to 1 Sqn, RAF St Athan as an engineering officer where I had the privilege of working with a great team who turned the fortunes of the VC10 major programme around. The VC10 - a beauty in the air and a beast to work on!

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386 - Saturday, March 14, 2009 10:59 pm

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Bryan Rhoden

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UK

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As en ex-VC10 engineer circa 1966/8 I enjoyed the site with its good references. Please keep it up to date

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387 - Wednesday, March 4, 2009 5:54 pm

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Chris Lovejoy

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Soon to be Singapore

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Served as an ground eng on 101sqn for 6 fantastic years. Loved every minute and some great trips. Still is Queen of the Skies

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