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December 7, 1941 - Pearl Harbour


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These screenies should been part of a review done elsewhere about the unexpected flight of the B314 PAA 'Pacific Clipper' around the world by the end of 1941 and known as 'The Long Way Home'. The reason of this adventurous flight was the Japanese attack of Pearl Habour, which made impossible to fly back from Auckland over the Pacific.


I tried to create this part of the story while using some aircraft done by Bill Lyons and including them in an AI traffic.










That's produced by the traffic too!





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excellent, I like the retro look.....

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Leuen,Thanks so much for your wonderful shots!!!


With all that's going on today we all seem to forget the terrible events on Pearl Harbor Day! As happens on D Day, those of us not yet born or very young on Pearl Harbor Day get so hung up in the things of the present, we forget the sacrifices that were made to assure our present!!





Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.
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Very unique and well done! :pilot:

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