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Pan Am has announced that it will begin regularly scheduled flights to Iraq, Iran, and other key destinations in the Middle East. Pan Am is also considering the addition of North Korea to it's routes at a future date. Here's a recent picture of the airplane they will be using.

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took me a minute to catch that

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It only took you a minute? I'm at 5min and counting... is it like one of those 3D pictures? Just keep staring at it until something happens?

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That's classic yo...

It's a B-52 (long range bomber)... used a lot in desert storm 1
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Re: That's classic yo...

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It's a B-52 (long range bomber)... used a lot in desert storm 1

bingo distguised as a passenger plane.

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The wonderful BUF. Taking off, they just sound like someone's ass is about to get kicked. The trail of black smoke from the engines during takeoff is reassuring. These things have been around since 1955.
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ooh. Now I get it. I had to look a little closer to see "Enola Gay" painted on the side. Clear giveaway.

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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-14-2003, 04:04 PM
 
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These things have been around since 1955.

That's about the last time Pan Am was profitable. If I'm not mistaken, didn't Pan Am go belly up about 15 years ago???

Whatever, it's probably good enough to fool Iraqi intellegence...
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Iraqi intellegence...
Isn't that an oxymoron? After all, their army was surrendering to the CNN news crews last time, weren't they?

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