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UK_Widowmaker last won the day on June 25 2016

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About UK_Widowmaker

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    Excellent Lover, with a touch of Panache!

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    Newcastle upon Tyne UK
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    I love Computer Games (PC only) Angling, Archery, herpetology and drinking real Ales


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  1. BH_DFW_CV_KuK_Unpainted

  2. Fokker III Red Baron Squad 22

  3. camel stunt

  4. Bristol F2b, A7194, 111 Squadron

  5. Pfaltz Jasta 72s

  6. WOFF Ultimate Edition beta

    Can't view them, as i'm no longer on facebook :(
  7. Rumpler Taube...

    Very Nice :)
  8. Hurricane Matthew

    Just watched a video on the devastation in Haiti. Hoping that everyone in Florida does the sensible thing, and get's out of it's way
  9. P-51 Crash :(

    :( http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/2016-10-03/passenger-killed-and-pilot-badly-injured-as-wartime-fighter-plane-crashes/
  10. Sad news for me.

    Thoughts with you Raven. You're a Military man..you know about fighting...so fight
  11. Love old photos (and their History)

    Schoolchildren doing 'gas mask drill' in Liverpool, 1940. Although uncomfortable to wear, apparently some fun was to be had, once the children realised you could exhale sharply to make fart noises :) Kids eh?
  12. (alledgedly) taken on that fateful last morning...but no proof
  13. How many of you knew about these guys?

    I sure as hell didn't 'American Samurai' Two color guards and color bearers of the Japanese-American 100th Battalion, 442d Combat Team, stand at attention, while their citations are read. They are standing on ground in the Bruyères area, France, where many of their comrades fell. November 12 1944 (Bruyères is a commune in the Vosges department in Lorraine in northeastern France) Through a series of costly battles—first in Italy, then in France—the 442nd Regimental Combat Team would become the most highly decorated unit of its size and length of service in the history of the U.S. Army, receiving an unprecedented 8 Presidential Unit Citations, 21 Medals of Honor, and 9,486 Purple Hearts. The 4,000 men of the team who first went into action in 1943 had to be replaced three and a half times to make up for those who were killed, wounded, and missing in action. They helped win Japanese Americans’ personal battle as well, proving that their loyalty to the United States was beyond question. On July 15, 1946, the survivors of the 442nd marched down Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., becoming the first military unit returning from the war to be reviewed by President Harry S. Truman. “You fought not only the enemy,” President Truman told them that day, “you fought prejudice, and you have won.” (Photo source - US Signal Corps SC196716) (Colorized by Jared Enos from the USA)

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