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I can't take this anymore i'm going for crew rest. I take delivery tomorrow !!!!!!

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This hurts.....61 still working, no kids, but married a babe who approves of my aircraft addiction...but did'nt approve of the 30 years in the RAF much...come on somebody get past this age!

 

Please refer to my previous post. I retired almost two years ago. I was in aviation for 47 years. I vividly remember my Uncle returning home from Korea in 1954. He was U.S. Army, but was at the Chosan Reservoir. My favorite MP server is "Korea 1952" (F-86, MiG-51, F-51, and TF-51) since that was a defining period for me. I remember scanning the sky to catch the glimmer of Sputnik and Telstar. I was on the rifle range in Parris Island, SC in U.S.M.C. boot camp when Armstrong stepped on the moon. I've worked for Boeing, Cessna, and GE Aircraft Engines. I retired from the Federal Aviation Administration, and must say that aviation is one of the great loves of my life. For all it's issues, DCS is one of my great joys. I get goosebumps every time I climb into the cockpit and fireup my aircraft for a flight. Even though I'll probably hold the record for Bolts and crashes, I'm breathlessly anticipating downloading my Hornet tomorrow.

 

Please forgive an old man's rambling.


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When all else fails, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!

 

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OK we are 12:55 am 30 MAY 2018 wheres my hornet?

 

release it already. cant wait anymore. everything is purchased. My 1080ti , and i7 7820x and X 52 , and trackIR, and oculus rift, and Samsung odyssey are ready. Lets do this.


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Probably looking at somewhere around 9 a.m. Eastern time. Few more hours bro !!!

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Wonder when they have historically released early access products previously (as in what time of day).

 

Yeah we've all been waiting forever. Thanks ED for giving this module the attention it deserved. Can't wait to sink hours upon hours into it and deck a MIG squarely in the cockpit with the 20mm.

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Don't ever let society bully you into thinking you're outgrowing something.

 

Benjamin Franklin said "We don't stop playing because we get old; we get old because we stop playing." I heard him say it.:megalol:

When all else fails, READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!

 

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Please refer to my previous post. I retired almost two years ago. I was in aviation for 47 years. I vividly remember my Uncle returning home from Korea in 1954. He was U.S. Army, but was at the Chosan Reservoir. My favorite MP server is "Korea 1952" (F-86, MiG-51, F-51, and TF-51) since that was a defining period for me. I remember scanning the sky to catch the glimmer of Sputnik and Telstar. I was on the rifle range in Parris Island, SC in U.S.M.C. boot camp when Armstrong stepped on the moon. I've worked for Boeing, Cessna, and GE Aircraft Engines. I retired from the Federal Aviation Administration, and must say that aviation is one of the great loves of my life. For all it's issues, DCS is one of my great joys. I get goosebumps every time I climb into the cockpit and fireup my aircraft for a flight. Even though I'll probably hold the record for Bolts and crashes, I'm breathlessly anticipating downloading my Hornet tomorrow.

 

Please forgive an old man's rambling.

That rambling is what makes this community so great. You don't have that many experiences in "regular" gaming. See you in the sky :)

 

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George Shaw, actually!

 

Well then, I apologize for mis attributing. I read it in a list of quotes by B Franklin.

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are we supposed to get serial numbers or anything? Or is it just all automatically done through the module manager?

 

No serial, it is assigned to your account when purchased

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