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The night before we attended the museum in Duxford England, I had a dream of being abord the Concord. Not aware that one was on display, I found myself on board only hours after awakening. My dream guide who said he was an American Air Force general was absent though. The British guide who showed me the waking version must have thought me quite mad as I recounted my dream of the night before.
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Ace
Restoration
B-17
Biplane
Biplane U.S.
B.O.A.C.
Bomb?
Bomber
Civilian Aircraft
Concord Engineers Panel Prototype
Concord Model
Wing
F-4-U
F-4-C
F-86 Sabre
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I am a Founding Member
My name in the Founders Book
German Biplane
Helicopter
Heros
Jet Engine
Missile
Monarch
Nazi
Private Aircraft
R.A.F.
R.A.F. restoration
R.A.F. single
Spitfire
the Book
The Chief
Trainer
Trainer restoration
Air Cobra
U.S. Aircraft
U.S. Biplane
U.S.N.
U.S.S. Intrepid
XV-86
As we wandered the muesum our senses were over loaded with technology, good and evil.

On display was even Romel's staff car.
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These aircraft are restored, and gleam with a luster we never saw in combat ready aircraft.
As we wandered the halls, I wanted to apply for a job in my old trade to help bring aircraft like this back to life. Oh well maybe some day.

In a possible past life, I remember flying this type of aircraft. My childhood was filled with making and collecting model aircraft, and the B-25 was my favorite.
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