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Janes F/A-18 sim

Best Sim Ever!!! I just got back into it after finally getting it to work with Windows XP!! Why don't they come out with an upgraded version?? I mean with all that's going on in the world you'd think they would.

I just need to find the old trainer missions I used to have...

Love this sim.


Peter van Uhm: Why we need Armies

Peter van Uhm is the Netherlands’ chief of defense, but that does not mean he is pro-war. At TEDxAmsterdam he explains how his career is one shaped by a love of peace, not a desire for bloodshed -- and why we need armies if we want peace.


State of play: May 2011

FSX flying has been a mixed bunch of experiences lately. My rig for flight simming is quite good now, I almost have no performance problems, but the flight controls just plainly suck. I went through all kind of expensive Yokes (Saitek Pro etc) and different sticks, but I came to find that all these modern, highly advanced controllers tend to act up and have some serious incompatibilities.


RAN’s oldest WWI veteran passes away

On behalf of the Royal Australian Navy, Vice Admiral Russ Crane, Chief of Navy, has expressed his condolences to the Choules family at the passing of Claude Choules.

Mr Choules passed away early this morning at the age of 110.

Captain Brett Wolski, Commanding Officer HMAS Stirling, said that the loss of Claude Choules to the wider Navy family was considerable.

‘Our thoughts are with Claude’s family at this sad time.’ he said.

‘Claude served in the Royal Navy during WWI and then with the Royal Australian Navy in WWII. His career has spanned some of the most significant events in maritime history this century.’


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