"The Yanks Are Going"

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"The Yanks Are Going"

Postby Ray C » Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:08 pm

I just wonder if we are now at a disadvantage (Air Power) now that no less than three US
air bases are to close in the UK... 2 in Cambridge & 1 in Suffolk, I'm sure our politicians are
mindfull of this.....! Perhaps we can return some of them to the RAF....I bet they have brilliant
canteens.... ;)
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Re: "The Yanks Are Going"

Postby Spitfire » Mon Jan 12, 2015 3:51 pm

I was once told that the UK was America's biggest aircraft carrier - permanently moored in the Eastern Atlantic ;) :p

It now seems the aircraft carrier remains moored but with a smaller complement. :p
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Re: "The Yanks Are Going"

Postby Dougs » Mon Jan 12, 2015 5:41 pm

Spitfire wrote:I was once told that the UK was America's biggest aircraft carrier - permanently moored in the Eastern Atlantic ;) :p

It now seems the aircraft carrier remains moored but with a smaller complement. :p

i quite fancy a cruse south at the moment you fancy pulling up the ancor? B-)
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