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2012\04\30@044410 by RussellMc

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USAF National Air Museum


http://nmusafvirtualtour.com/full/tour-std.html

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For anyone who hasn't made it to the National Museum of the USAF yet,
technology has now brought the Museum to you. Take time to read the
instruction then open full screen, left click your mouse and move right,
left, up or down to move you anywhere in each of the many views. Use your
roller or click on the + - to zoom in or out. Follow the instructions
below.



Several tips to get you started:

1. Click on any dot on the Map to see what's around you at that point.

2. You can "x off" the map for an unobstructed view of the planes. A small
"Map" icon is available in the corner of the screen so you can easily go
back to the overall view whenever you want.

3. Take a walking tour of the Museum by clicking on the Blue Arrows on the
floor to move through each building.

http://nmusafvirtualtour.com/full/tour-std.html

2012\04\30@083928 by Carl Denk

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The museum is located in Dayton, Ohio, Close to I-75, and near I-70
routes. Admission is FREE! Well worth the time. There are many other
attractions in the Ohio area. If given an itinerary and preferences, I
can make suggestions.

On 4/30/2012 4:43 AM, RussellMc wrote:
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2012\04\30@221046 by Joseph Bento

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On 4/30/2012 6:39 AM, Carl Denk wrote:
> The museum is located in Dayton, Ohio, Close to I-75, and near I-70
> routes. Admission is FREE! Well worth the time. There are many other
> attractions in the Ohio area. If given an itinerary and preferences, I
> can make suggestions.
Following my annual pilgrimage to the Dayton Hamvention, I'll have the better part of Monday to tour the Air Force museum before I catch my flight back to Salt Lake City.  Though I've been to the museum a few times prior, there is always more to see.

Last year, I spent the day at Mendelson's - which might seem a bit odd after three days of electronic overload, but this store is certainly worth seeing.   There's a lot to see in Dayton.

Joe, N6DGY


'[OT]:: USAF National Air Museum'
2012\05\01@084313 by Carl Denk
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> Following my annual pilgrimage to the Dayton Hamvention,
That's where I got my first IBM "AT" compatible computer to replace the Compupro S-100 buss computer. Was walking through heavy pedestrian traffic with hands stacked with case, motherboard, HDD (8" Mitsubishi), etc. to my chin and $2000 (back then a lot of $$) still in back pocket,  and nobody picked my pocket. Most of the stuff came from JDR. See they are still in business today. Drove down there in my 1979 Ford Bronco with several other guys. Came back with the vehicle full including a Celestron telescope. It's about 3 hour drive from here, but haven't been there in years. :(

In Columbus, Oh. the statehouse is quite historical, and the Ohio historical Society museum are very good. Also COSI (Center of science and industry) is more kids type stuff, but have a simulated working shaft coal mine including the elevator ride down (moving belt simulating the moving rock face

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