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    Quote Originally Posted by mireland


    Hey, M. Though you were USAF one time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoreguy

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    Quote Originally Posted by herosrest


    Hey, M. Though you were USAF one time?



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    http://www.northqueenslandatwar.com/...amendments.pdf

    Shipping movements - 12 Feb 1942 - Gili Gili.



    Why was the airport at Milne Bay named Gurney?
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    Gurney is named in honour of Charles Raymond (Bob) Gurney who, as an early aviator, started flying for Guinea Airways in 1929. He was killed in action in 1942 whilst flying for the Royal Australian Airforce.
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    Malaria Frontline chronicles the Australian search to find a cure for malaria and the scientific breakthroughs.

    http://www.mup.unimelb.edu.au/catalo...2-85033-2.html

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    http://www.history.army.mil/brochures/papua/papua.htm
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    Weevil-infested toast, powdered eggs, salt pork, Australian jam, coffee, and chlorine-laced water once again passed for breakfast at Three Mile Drome on the morning of September 4, 1943. The pilots of the 8th Fighter Group might have felt they deserved better fare, at what could be the last meal for any one of them. Here they were, at a primitive, muddy airstrip in the malaria-ridden jungle of New Guinea, in the pre-dawn darkness about to fly a dangerous combat mission, sure to be outnumbered by Japanese Zeros. Why complain about lousy food? Lt. Jay "Cock" Robbins had been with the Group for almost a year, at first flying the under-performing Bell P-39 Airacobras, switching over to Lockheed P-38 Lightnings in the spring.

    http://www.acepilots.com/usaaf_robbins.html
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    I like cake OR pie.

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    Hold the weevil.

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