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by outtacash  Yesterday

Thanks lighting! Now we just cruise along LOL. Have a good evening!!

by e11ie  Yesterday

Thank you. Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderful Thursday too Lightning10K. :)

by 10k  Aug 25, 2014

good morning lighting from DJ and I..we had a glorious partly cloudy 81° day today..nice breeze out of the north, and the humidity was nowhere in sight ; ) hope you had a great day also..

by Pard  Aug 22, 2014

Thanks for the congrats, and the same to you, too! Have a great weekend!

by 63pioneer  Aug 15, 2014

I don't remember the range anymore, but they used them in Viet Nam to spot rounds for the battleship. They mounted a TV camera with a zoom lens to the hard points where the torpedos were hung. They would fly it tracked by radar to the target area & hover so they could view the target area. It was small enough & high enough so it could not be seen as is was so small. There a TV monitor in the fire control central so the weapons officer could adjust his rounds in real time. Worked like a charm and didn't require a spotter to be physically there! There system was known as "DASH", Drone Anti-Submarine Helicopter!

by gocatgo  Aug 15, 2014

Having fun is good advice any day, you do the same.

by 63pioneer  Aug 14, 2014

It is a QH-50D, co-axial drone helicopter used by the Navy in the sixties for anti-submarine protection. It was a stop-gap stand-off attack system while the Navy was installing the ASROC system on destroyers. This bird could carry 2 MK-44 or 1 MK-46 anti-submarine torpedos. It had a 300 hp Boeing jet engine, could lift and carry almost it's own weight, which was close to 1200 lbs. and fly in combat 100 kts+ and it was a "Drone"

by jjdm  Aug 13, 2014

Thanks for noticing my 2,500 consecutive days!

by BluWahoo  Aug 07, 2014

want a good this video on the latest herding >>> turn on your sound >>>

by NoGasLeft  Aug 03, 2014

Congratulations on posting for 1,256 consecutive days.... I like your quote....... Care to be buddies?....

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