warbird


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warbird

(ˈwɔːˌbɜːd)
n
a vintage military aeroplane
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"Oshkosh is the perfect venue for DAV" said Paul Wood, founder of the Warbird Heritage Foundation.
(4) The Warbird from "Star Trek: The Next Generation," designed by Andrew Probert.
He told me that, with the new RL-25 powder, he was now able to take his Warbird over 3,500 fps with a 180-grain bullet with accuracy.
It may be a classic such as a postwar Piper J-3 Cub-we'll use EAA's "classic" definition of aircraft built from September 1, 1945, through the end of 1955--an antique such as a Beech 18 or one of the many Wacos, or--yes, you know you want it--a warbird.
The warbird community was enriched by almost twenty P-51s as a result.
The card closes with a tricky conditions event, where Ebeyina is sure to be popular following her wide-margin win at Cork in April, but it could be worth taking a chance on Warbird whose last run in a Naas handicap was just too bad to be true.
Warbird collection to make move from Tillamook museum
A team of warbird enthusiasts in Australia is trying to raise money to search for Spitfires that may have been hidden after World War II ...
CRAFTSMAN AN uneasy favourite for his debut at Gowran Park on Wednesday, this Mastercraftsman colt looked a certain winner when quickening past Warbird in a seven-furlong two-year-old maiden.
Griffon-Powered Spitfires, Warbird Tech Series, vol.
Packard, the CO of MAG-41, noticed the fading warbird during his first days on the base.
Consider, as an example, the performance contrast between the Lazzeroni 7.82 Warbird and the .30-378 Wthby.