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ME 262 flies again...

Discussion in 'General Military Arms & History Forum' started by berto64, Jun 13, 2008.

  1. berto64

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    That's a pretty example of history re-enacted, i.e., the flying of the ME-262. I wish more were interested in this sort of thing AND, if they have the funds, would carry out rebuilding programs such as this.

    Cudos to the group doing this work. :)

    Thanks, Berto, for this information. :) :)
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    Thanks for the link Berto. Its great to see some group take on a project like this.


    Art
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    about 10 years ago somebody bought the plains of fame [chino] orig ME 262. i think it was paul allen in washington state also. it was going to be rebuilt to fly.
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