RAAF Radschool Association


Vol 27

April, 2009

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Sadly, in the few months since our last issue, we have once again lost some very good mates.


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Doug Barthelson has a bunch of photos taken yonks ago at Laverton, but doesn't have any names and/or details of where the people in the pics are today. Perhaps you can help.

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If you still run Windows XP, and you don't want to up date to Vista, how will you maintain the O/S once Microsoft ends its support. You don't know?  Good thing Sam does:


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We ran a survey and asked how big an engine you had in your car - you told us.


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If you have a colour printer that uses individual colour ink reservoirs, you could be losing money. Sam shows us how to get the most out of those little ink pots.


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Ron Raymond tells us about his early days in the RAAF as an Apprentice framie and his eventual remuster to general duties.


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The days of the DC3 might be numbered, but it will be fondly remembered by all those who flew it, flew in it, or who worked on it - it was surely one of the most memorable machines of the 20th century.....


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There's the old Sydney - Melbourne, Holden - Ford, Qld - NSW rivalry, but Frank reckons the real battle is between PC and Apple.


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The blokes from Base Radio Peace and their wives got together in Feb for a knees up.


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The old Caribou is on the way out, at long last. By Christmas, 38Sqn will be flying super King Airs.


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Global warming is in the news again, we look at both sides of the argument - and we're still confused.


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This is where you have your say. We look forward to getting your letters - so please keep them coming.


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