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  #451  
Old 04-13-2013, 07:25 PM
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Default N313KC

My wife and I met when we were on active duty in the Air Force. She got an incentive ride on a KC-135 and I was the copilot. The tail number on the tanker? 313, of course.
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Old 04-13-2013, 07:36 PM
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Now you all know that you have to keep the wife happy and involved in the project or it will be ugly. So N627LT is our anniversary and the letters of our first names. Now if I forget my anniversary I'm in big trouble.

Tom Allen
RV-6
Flying it for almost 10 years and loving it!
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Old 04-14-2013, 02:12 AM
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Default N655RB

My first RV-4 used my birthday and initials.
When I sold it, the new owner changed the registration, so my number became available again.
So my new RV-7 will have the same N number as my RV-4 did.
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  #454  
Old 04-14-2013, 05:41 AM
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Default N-251WM

It is the 2nd marriage for both of us ... we have 5 kids between us ... and we are 1 big happy family ... Wendy and Mike.
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Old 04-14-2013, 06:52 AM
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Location: Kakadu, Northern Territory
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Default Aussie rego's

On the Aussie register, apart from the previously mentioned VH-VAF, as of last year we have a VH-VAN.
After months of searching I reserved VH-MRV, hoping to surreptitiously
(unofficially, of course) superimpose a small "y" between the M and R .... VH-MyRV.
Without a doubt the best is in Albany, Western Australia ... an
RV-6 ....... VH-JOY .......
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  #456  
Old 10-18-2013, 07:25 PM
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Default Triple six

Just reserved N 666 TA

Tom A
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Old 10-18-2013, 08:11 PM
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N16GN - I wanted a low number with my initials, and I wanted something that rolls off the tongue easily. After having about 35%-40% of the controllers I talk to screw up 2451N on initial callup, I wanted something easy.
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Garden City, TX VAF 2022 dues paid
N16GN flying 1,000 hrs and counting on 91E10; IO360, SDS, WWRV200, Dynon HDX, IFD440, G5
Built an off-plan RV9A with too much fuel and too much HP. Should drop dead any minute now.
Pending Repeat Offender - 10 kit is on order. TDI? Turbine? Stay tuned!
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Old 10-18-2013, 09:00 PM
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Default N212KB

Pretty simple code:

212 = our month and day of anniversary
KB = Kathryn & Bob
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Yes I paid my =VAF= membership dues!
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Build Site: http://www.mykitlog.com/skykingbob/

"Nothing worthwhile has ever been accomplished without inspiration, determination, and perspiration!"
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Old 10-19-2013, 12:13 AM
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Default 318 FIS

My avatar should make it pretty obvious. I was in the 318th when the unit was deactivated. The squadron colors were sheathed on 7 Dec 1989. I was one of the 25-30 present when we literally shut off the lights and locked the hangar door. It will be good to see that tail flash fly again, and besides IMHO it was the neatest tail in all of ADTAC.

Semper Felix

(The 318th was known as the Green Dragons and the Dragon's name was Felix)
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Old 10-19-2013, 12:25 AM
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Default LN-BAW and LN-AKC

My first -7 was bought partly finished by a US Builder, so it's named after him and his wife: B - Bill, A - Ann and Bill's middle name: W- William.

("LN" is the mandatory national country-code for Norway)


My second -7 is named after the three persons who had to say OK when I asked them wether or not they would approve my plans to build an airplane:

A- Alf (when I asked my self, the answer was an easy one... hehe...)
K- Kjell (a friend of mine who where absolutely necessary to have with me on the project)
C- Cecilia (my wife)
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First RV-7 completed, (bought partly finished from a US-builder) 305 hrs per July 2014, SOLD
Second -7 had first flight Feb 25th 2014. 220 hrs pr July 2019. Life is good!
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