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    This is my grandson Charlie in front of a new C-130J He said this is for Papaw!!
  2. 1 point
    I stole this photo from another group. Don R.
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    Very Cool. All indications are that the C-130 will be around for many years to come. Maybe he will fly or maintain one in the future.
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    Thanks Sonny I thought more people would notice this picture!!!
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    Hello- one of our aircraft, at #2 prop, I always find atmospheric sump empty that means I don't find any touch of Hyd with Dipstick when SVC propeller. On the other hand pressurized sump remain full. It is very confusing for me. Any one can tell me why this happen? What is other best and easy way to check Hyd level except atmospheric sump? Thanks
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    The racehorse owner was annoyed with the running of his horse at the race. He turned on the jockey. "Flaherty, could you not have raced faster?" "Sure I could have, but you know we are supposed to stay on the horse."
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    Mickey stops Paddy in Dublin and asks for the quickest way to Cork. Paddy says, "Are you on foot or in the car?" Mickey says, "In the car." Paddy says, "That's the quickest way!"
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    Yes, if you are looking. The cabin altimeter on the copilots instrument panel and the Pressure controllers differential pressure gauge. I think the true answer you are looking for is: No, there is no warning system for a high cabin altitude. Nothing that is originally installed equipment but there have been a few after market systems used.
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