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Nasty stuff that paint remover...stipjes wrote: Another one is being prepaired for overhaul. We arrived too late to read the serial, the toxic paint remover already removed the serial:
Indeed, looks like the whole plane will be decomposed in a couple of weeksStratofreighter wrote:Nasty stuff that paint remover...stipjes wrote: Another one is being prepaired for overhaul. We arrived too late to read the serial, the toxic paint remover already removed the serial:
At least they have enough ventilation....Alpha Kilo One wrote:Fortunately it is carried out in a protective and eclosed environment.
Yep. The Indonesian "green left" party will not be happy with this (if they excist). I also think I see crops under the tail of the C-130.... (it might be the A-1315 btw).Wildpicture wrote:At least they have enough ventilation....Alpha Kilo One wrote:Fortunately it is carried out in a protective and eclosed environment.
It was my first thought too. All this liquid is just seeping into the ground. It wouldn"t surprise me if people living next to the base are farming their vegetables and fruit in that soil.
I'm looking forward to it.stipjes wrote:In the next Take Off (GRAS magazine) I will publish a more comprehensive report.
Haha Thanks. Here is day 3. We got more experienced. First we shot on the hot (37 degrees) roof with no wind and after the rehearsal we raced to the 06.CJ van der Ende wrote:Woooooo Stipjes!!!! Daar zit lekker spul tussen!! Ik kan niet wachten op dag 3 en 4!!!
Haha thanksJoost Michiels wrote:Only one word: NONDEJU!
He shoots, he scores! Again....