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freedspeak First Officer

Back in the days when I was into car racing sims, namely Nascar Racing and Grand Prix Legends (GPL), I was a speed freak. Hence I decided to make it a play on words.

Speedfreak = freedspeak ... I kinda liked the ambiguity.

What's the significance of yours?

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pilotwannabe Chief Captain

I am a 'pilot' 'wannabe' 😂

😉

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Here is an old topic which lot of members open their cards.... 😀 😉

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/12199/usernames/

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Oberkomando and Lenin's posts have been removed, please continue.

Radar

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

The only significance mine has it that it rhymed with Flash Gordon. Being a very boring person, made it difficult for me to come up with anything meaningful. 😂

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

CrashGordon wrote:

The only significance mine has it that it rhymed with Flash Gordon. Being a very boring person, made it difficult for me to come up with anything meaningful. 😂

Who is boring???? 😳

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

Greekman72 wrote:

CrashGordon wrote:

The only significance mine has it that it rhymed with Flash Gordon. Being a very boring person, made it difficult for me to come up with anything meaningful. 😂

Who is boring???? 😳

Me!

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Germán Campopiano (Oberkomando) Chief Captain

Well you all now where i´ve got my name. 🙄

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amermel First Officer

I got mine from my first name: Andrew
My middle initial: Michael
My last name: Ermel

A+M+Ermel=amermel

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Faucett Captain

Faucett is a tiny town in Kansas named after my mother's side of the family who founded it in the 1800's.

As a side note - My great-uncle Faucett lived there his whole life, and was a P-51 pilot over Europe in WWII. He served three tours, and is actually on the roll of WWII flying aces. At his funeral last year, they had a P-51 flyover!

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Germán Campopiano (Oberkomando) Chief Captain

Faucett wrote:

Faucett is a tiny town in Kansas named after my mother's side of the family who founded it in the 1800's.

As a side note - My great-uncle Faucett lived there his whole life, and was a P-51 pilot over Europe in WWII. He served three tours, and is actually on the roll of WWII flying aces. At his funeral last year, they had a P-51 flyover!

Thats cool, in Argentina, my family founded a town as well, time ago. In the province of Cordova, but way back in the 1700-1750. 🙂

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