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rec.aviation.military Frequently Asked Questions (part 1 of 5)
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Every newsgroup on Usenet finds that certain questions crop up time after
time.  Regular readers of a group get tired of seeing the same old
questions (and posting the same old answers) time and time again, while new
readers wonder why they're getting so many impolite replies, and so few
useful ones, to perfectly reasonable queries.  The result is frustration
all round.

This list of Frequently Asked Questions attempts to provide answers to some
of the most popular questions about military aircraft and aviation.  It
will be posted to "rec.aviation.military" every month.  If you're fairly
new to this group (or even if you're not) and have a question related to
military aviation, you should check here first, to avoid wasting bandwidth
on a topic that may have already been discussed many times.  Of course,
this is not intended to discourage interesting discussions; if you have
something new to say about any of the topics covered here (or any other
topic, for that matter), by all means share it with us.

Further contributions are welcome; send any comments, corrections, new
questions, or new answers to me at the address above (note that the address
for FAQ-related mail is different from my normal address).  If you send me
mail about the FAQ, please reduce any quoted material to the absolute
minimum (ideally, just give the number of the question and answer you're
talking about).

Nearly all FAQs and similar regular postings on Usenet are archived at
"rtfm.mit.edu"; you should be able to find the most recent version of this
FAQ there.  If you don't have access to FTP, you can get instructions for
using their mail server by sending email to "mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu" with
a blank subject line and a body containing just the word "help" (no
quotes).

This FAQ file is copyright 1994 by Ross Smith.  It may be copied and
archived freely, provided it remains unchanged.  Portions may be quoted
with appropriate acknowledgements.

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