Gloster Meteor Mk 7 pilot manual

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  1. Micdrow

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    Gloster Meteor pilot manual for Mk 7. Only allied jet plane to go head to head with Me 262 during WWII.

    Picture from Temora Aviation Museum

    Enjoy Micdrow :lol:
     

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    outstanding!!!
     
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    i was very much under the impression they never saw combat?
     
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    anyone can open this pdf file? my acrobat reader reported some error~
     
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    Thanks for some more Pilot's Notes and a great picture. No problems opening the .pdf file.
    Paul.
     
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    Thanks for the Meteor Pilots Notes just what i was looking for.
     
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    but not the mk VII, just for take out missinterpretation

    mk VII is not a WWII plane
     
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    The Meteor and Me262 never saw combat against each other. The only A/A combat the Meteor saw was against the V-1s.
     
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    Memory faulting, many thanks for the correction.
     
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    No worries mate!
     
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    Thanks, Much appreciated.
     
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    Outstanding, Guys. Meteor Mk.7 (T.7) was a post war two-seat trainer. The Temora image is an F.8. The variants that saw service in WW2 were the Mk.I and III.
     
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    Thanks for the Meteor Pilots Notes. Yippeee!!!!
     
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    Guys, I am a volunteer at a small aviation museum in Scotland nad have just taken on the role of caring for a T.7 Meteor. The pilot notes are amazing. Brilliant !!!!!!!!!
     
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    Hi,

    does anybody know how to print these manual? Or does anybody know the password to unsecure this file? Any help would be highly appreciated.

    Cheers
    Jost
     
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    Outstanding Paul. Thanks for sharing this.

    Geo
     
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