P-61 Black Widow Manual

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  1. ozhawk40

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    Link to Manual found here

    Pilots Notes

    I didn't find this on ww2 aircraft net, so I hope this isn't posted elsewhere. :D

    Cheers

    Peter
     
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    Hi Peter,
    Many thanks for the post :D
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    Thanks for the link to the manual, Peter.
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    He would yell from the cockpit "who's the next?" and I would step forward. My dream is to have Mr. John Myers, a legendary Northrop test pilot, in a P-61 airplane to perform his special aerobatic demo in the Black Widow with ME strapped on the gunner's seat. That is what I have been addicted since I read the Manual!
     
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    WOW !!!! That websight is an incredible resource. That Monogram P-61 in my stash just got nudged forward a bit. Thank you so much for the post. I LOVE THIS FORUM. Something GREAT like this every day. I have not been this excited about model building since I was a youth (TOO long ago).
     
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