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    Anyone want a NOT Plastic Parrot?

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    I dont see one listed (that is a horrible website) - you got a link?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    I dont see one listed (that is a horrible website) - you got a link?

    Site works for me. There are 8 Pilatus PC-9/A listed.
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    yes there are heaps of stuff listed , but how can you see them?

    do you have to register?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post

    Site works for me. There are 8 Pilatus PC-9/A listed.
    Yes saw them but was looking for the Plastic Parrot you mentioned - the Victa CT-4. The Pilatus PC-9/A is not a Plastic Parrot.
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    I thought they called the Victa the fanta can.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    Yes saw them but was looking for the Plastic Parrot you mentioned - the Victa CT-4. The Pilatus PC-9/A is not a Plastic Parrot.
    Air Force boys I knew called it that. Never heard of the Victa you mention until now.
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    In all my time as military aircrew, the CT4 was the Plastic Parrot.

    Colour party – BAE and the ADF prepare to farewell the 'Plastic Parrot' - Australian Aviation
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    Quote Originally Posted by 101RRS View Post
    In all my time as military aircrew, the CT4 was the Plastic Parrot.

    Colour party BAE and the ADF prepare to farewell the 'Plastic Parrot' - Australian Aviation
    Fair enough. I guess my memory ain't what it was. These "boys" I spoke of were doing their pre-jet training in the mid 80s and spoke fondly of the PP. I always assumed it was the Pilatus. I stand corrected.
    BTW, only one of the four of them made it through to train on the Hornet. The rest washed out. Dunno if James actually got through.
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