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Old 12-10-2012, 01:10 AM
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Yes we are all still waiting for the identification of those 16 squadrons.

Just like we are still waiting on the proof the entire Fighter Command used 100 Octane despite it not being the specified fuel in any Operating Instructions outside of the Spitfire Mk II AND fuel testing was still in progress in mid-August 1940!!



Don't you guys think this is a dead horse???
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:54 AM
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Just like we are still waiting on the proof the entire Fighter Command used 100 Octane despite it not being the specified fuel in any Operating Instructions outside of the Spitfire Mk II AND fuel testing was still in progress in mid-August 1940!!

Don't you guys think this is a dead horse???
In other, words you, or your good buddies, can't ID those 16 squadrons.

Does testing automatically end when something is approved?

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