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Well-Known Member, from Abingdon, IL USA.................military moves ev

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    1. deskpilot
      G'day Dave(?) greetings from Adelaide, South Australia.
      I was perusing HBA today and saw your post. More interesting though was your place of residence, Abingdon, Il. The name instantly bought back memories of the original Abingdon in Oxfordshire, UK. I was sent there for my first deployment in the R.A.F. many years ago and loved the place. Here's a link for you to do some research if you're so inclined.

      Hope you enjoy the link. You should visit 'Abers' when you finish your service. Good luck to you, stay safe

      Doug Mansfield
    2. naweer16
      Still can’t decide which one I should buy! I like Hermes, but Prada looks beautiful as well. And there are many more shinning watches. Cartier, Rolex etc. Too many things I want to buy. If you were me, which one do you want best? Oh, yes, the store is the biggest online luxury store. You can find about all brands you knew. chopard brand
    3. HumanPoweredDesigner
      No worries. I will find them educational. But they might be to complicated for my human powered helicopter. I am interesting in a smaller, fastinger spinning rotor coaxial on each of the for masts with bigger rotors, as a way to take advantage of the center of the disk more, but that would be going after the last 5% of disk efficiency, with the extra weight, friction, and cost. It actually would not be too hard to do. If they go the same direction, the friction of the inner one would be pushing the bigger one in the direction I want, so not really a cost there. Just the issue of interference.
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    Abingdon, IL USA.................military moves ev
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    I'm active military, army infantry. Back from Iraq, 2nd time. Currently working on a patent for unique rotor design. Human Interface Rotor system with in flight airframe manipulation "morphing" for lack of a better word description.

    rotorcraft; different approach to make rotorcraft better, easier to fly, reduce maintenance cost per hour of flight; rotor system design that will eliminate the angular differences between advancing and retreating blades when transitioning from stable hover into lateral flight.
    One patent thus far.
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