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Reply #1 - Dec 8th, 2014 at 10:16am

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thanks for sharing these museum pics Thyme....great stuff.  Love the P-40 (oops that was the other museum)and other planes! Smiley
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Dec 7th, 2014 at 12:15pm

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http://s28.photobucket.com/user/thymekiller/library/frontiers%20of%20flight?sort...

Nice place. LOADED with old time flight sims and training tools for airline pilots. Back in the day,  a flight sim was basically the chopped off front of a real plane with tv screens where the windows belong. One of the most amazing things was the training sim for the SR71 Blackbird. It is the only one in the world and every pilot who ever flew one used this very machine to train in.
Another unique feature was the Vought "Flying Pancake". They also have an Apollo landing capusule. Pretty sure it was real.
BWY, they are currently seeking modelers to help with building modeling. The job comes with a dream shop. All you gotta do is move to Dallas.
 

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