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    Great work man !

    Thanks for all your great threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by planeman View Post

    Yeah I started one but Venezuela is dull on Google Earth, never found enough to really do much with.

    It's the jungle canopy cover. If you want to look through that stuff, you'll need some multispectral images.
    I've spent enough time in jungles to tell you, from the air, you will see nothing. On the ground, there is a lot of space to move around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFlag85 View Post
    Planeman: Do us all a favor and get into the intelligence field!!
    Maybe he just prefers working alone.
    Could sell this sort of information to aspiring writers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goat89 View Post
    Really? Interesting...
    If you look at ww2 history from industrial point you will notice that both sides of the conflict developed methods to replace various kinds of goods they couldn't get. Similiar thing happend during cold war times where both sides developed a set of technologies to cut on their dependance from hostile power block chemical and petrochemical resouces and products. Most of them is inefficient for normal day to day economy. Pretty much any other nation that experienced similiar conditions resorted to those technologies.
    To make fuel you need three things hydrocarbons, water and power. Its a very very simplified version because i am not going to make a boring lesson about Fischer-Tropsch chemistry.

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    Planeman, are you planning to invade the great leaders motherland?
    If so, can i join you?

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    Planeman, fantastic work mate! Excellent illustration and intel analysis. Very impressive, keep em coming.

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    Very very impressive work

    congrads.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by yake View Post
    good job planeman it's very impressive as always

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    great thread

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    Awesome Thread Planeman

    do you do any work for IMINT & Analysis?

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    I hang out at his forum and am one of the many contributors to things like the SAM file, but all credit for that site goes to SOC.

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    Awesome work again planeman!

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    Hi Plane, I was wondering if you could provide the coordinates for the airfield where the A-5Cs are based? Also any further information about the North Korean A-5Cs would be appreciated, in particular pictures.

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    Very instructive thread planeman. Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by planeman View Post
    [FONT=Calibri][SIZE=3]DMZ Tunnels[/SIZE][/FONT]
    [FONT=Calibri][SIZE=3][IMG]http://i32.*******.com/2hxx649dotjpg[/IMG][/SIZE][/FONT]
    And that one Made my day.

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    Planeman, You should use Your works as portfolio and apply for work in mil-intel bureau somewhere

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    The "Tochka" derivative is actually KN-02, not NK-02.
    Otherwise, great post. Any April 1 surprises we should be looking for? S-300 sites perhaps?

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