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    Harrison Ford survived crash landing in vintage aircraft

    Scary! Glad that Indiana Jones was is going to be ok!

    http://www.theguardian.com/film/2015...iously-injured

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    Good news indeed!
    Doctors say he hit an Eagle and 2 birdies and is now a bit below par…...

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    Looks like a text book FLWOP in my eyes. Good job!

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    I say any landing you can crawl away from is a good landing! Cheers Jim
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    Jim, don't you actually have more take offs than landings in your logbook?

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    Seams reasonable to me Mark, Jim does the take off's while his F/O does the landings!!

    Gavin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarders View Post
    Jim, don't you actually have more take offs than landings in your logbook?
    I do. Saying that, writing 1/1 in the column in the logbook does get boring!

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    I have always felt landings were way over rated! And you get a way cool watch if your take offs are more than your landings! Cheers Jim
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    Haha, you make a good point Jim. But I'm not fitting an ejector seat to my helicopter to further my Bremont habit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yarders View Post
    Haha, you make a good point Jim. But I'm not fitting an ejector seat to my helicopter to further my Bremont habit!
    Nor me to my prop driven machine! (It glides pretty well, so no problem! )

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