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T-38's????

What's the best time you've had behind the stick or yoke?
An outing in the Adirondacks with the wife/husband (hey, it's the 21st century...okay?!) and kids in a DeHavilland Beaver.
33%
 33%  [ 1 ]
Taking off from a pitching aircraft carrier at over 160 knots in 2 secs from the 4.5 acre deck.
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 0%  [ 0 ]
Running "questionable" items from the jungles of Equador, to the outskirts of Brownsville, TX. If you answer this, your best bet, is to turn the computer off and quietly walk out your front door, toward said plane, and do like Tattoo said"
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Running the red eye from LA to NY for a commercial airline (or a regular hours trip).
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Sitting behind my desk at my computer and running bombing missions over Kuwait.
33%
 33%  [ 1 ]
Hopping your puddle jumper daily from the Keys to Maimi Intl. or to one of the Bahamian Islands.
33%
 33%  [ 1 ]
Flying higher than even birds or oxygen can exist...this means you're flying either an X-1 or the shuttle *currently*
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
     
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Pro Member Trainee
MattJSr Trainee

Ok, my son is a Mission Control Specialist (yes, the same lab building where the shootings took place). I'm a NASA buff and see the Astronauts all the time in Houston coming in, flying their prescious T-38's. As a matter of fact, they've erected 2, just outside of JSC (Johnson Space Center) main gate, as if flying in formation. I'd love to get my hands on the sim...anyone up for making the mod? Let me know when you get it done, I'm very willing to "support" your cause. I'd rather stay away from the blue angels, due to superstition. I don't want a black mark in my logs, if you get my drift.

By the by, someone commented, what's a Blone....it's a blonde who's shaved his head bald, but has the blonde beard to prove it.

Any takers? Come on guys, I'm so eager to fly one of these ultimate planes that can take more G's than anything we've put out here yet. They're narrow wing span and profile are what allow them to twist and turn into some of the most awe inspiring manuevers ever witnessed. Aside from our infamous F18 Super Hornet, I've yet to see "in person", anything that can top it. Show me! I don't take words....I need proof.

So any of you old "chiefs" out there who can show this youngster a thing or two, please...be so obliged to walk the walk!

Cheers all.

YAFN (w/science under his belt)

Pro Member Chief Captain
CRJCapt Chief Captain

I've been a big fan of the T-38 talon since I was a kid, it's one of my favorite aircraft. I have one but it's for FS9. Here is a link in case you're interested.
https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/477/fs2004-northrop-canadair-vf-5d-zancudo-t-38-talon-early-70s/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-38_Talon

http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/t-38/index.html#t-385

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Rodney Jacobs (GundamWZero) Captain

The Talon was one of the first planes I got upon getting FSX. They are in NASA trim, one with baggage pod, the other without. It is still a little handful for me when it comes to landing though.

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