New here and a couple of manuals

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  1. genkukov

    genkukov New Member

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    Hello,
    Well, I noticed this forum when I was looking for pilots manuals, and probably within a couple hours, had downloaded almost 300 mb's of manuals :). But anyway, i was wondering if you guys wanted the F-14 and F-18 (I know for sure I have the F-14, may have lost it the F-18). It is the NATOPS F-14 manual and is a 936 page .pdf file. Anyway, I am really glad I discovered this site, more manuals than I could ask for. Thanks.
    -Genkukov
     
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    All manuals are welcomed!
     
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    Welcome to the site.
     
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    Thanks. Definietely glad to be here. As far as the manuals are concerned, where should I upload them? (I'm sure there is some thread about it, but yeah). Just let me know and I'll get right on it.
    -Kukov

    Manuals:
    F-14 NATOPS Manual
    higher res A-26 pdf with some other notes on the A-26
    F-18 NATOPS Manual
     
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    Most of the aircraft manuals are posted here. The more the merry I say.

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/other-mechanical-systems-tech/

    Thanks in advance Micdrow
     
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    No NATOPS manuals may be posted.
     
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    Just out of curiosity, why is that? I did not know that.
    -Kukov
     
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    They may be unclassified but they are not cleared for general public for the most part. There is still sensetive information in them.
     
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    my suggestion for all is to maintain WW 2 manuals only ..........

    thoughts ?
     
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    That is probably the best idea, because you cant go wrong with them. Besides this is a WW2 Aviation website.
     
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    What every the moderators decide, works for me. Personally I prefer WWII manuals. I think 95% or more of what I have posted are of WWII

    Micdrow
     
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    I think the bulk should be WW2 manuals, but I think we should still welcome other eras....
     
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    I wouldn't mind a vintage general aviation section, i.e. Beech 18's, Lockheed connies, etc. You could throw in a Cessna 152 for the heck of it (I'm interested partly in the fact I occasionally fly them).
    -Kukov
     
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    we could do that!!!!
     
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