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Reply Jeff
7:34 PM on March 17, 2014 
Is what I'm seeing true? No one has posted in the guestbook since April 2011? I love this site and all the photos. Looking forward to seeing some new ones!
Reply capitalv
10:35 AM on April 23, 2011 
I looked through the photo gallery and was amazed at the torpedo photos. Fantastic craftmanship is the only way to describe it. This is old school craftmanship. Mr. Kozi and all others involved deserve recognition. Well done!
Reply capitalv
2:51 PM on March 27, 2011 
Spring is here at last. I heard Brad flying the TBM around Peru today in the early afternoon. I was in the house and could here something with a round motor flying around, (nothing else sounds like that). I had the privaledge of seeing this wonderful plane up close on Veterans Day in 2010. Seeing it start up is a sight . One has to wonder how they got these off an aircraft carrier. Looking forward to seeing it fly this summer. Nice job Brad and all the volunteers.
Reply John Schuler
6:06 PM on September 1, 2010 
Thank you very much for the outstanding flight in your Avenger. What a great piece of flying history and what an honor to those who served. Thanks for supporting "Tee it up for the Troops" and your commitment to our active duty and veterans. I look forward to seeing you and the TBM at future fly in's.
God Bless you, your team and efforts.
Reply pourponatit
1:08 PM on January 13, 2010 
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Reply blancobb
5:25 PM on January 12, 2010 
This is very interesting information here. I wish I had found this first before I signed up for the other one. This is much better
Reply Molly Logan
3:53 PM on January 10, 2010 
Had a great time yesterday seeing the TBM up close and not just flying over. Can't wait to see it again!
Reply Good work
7:54 PM on January 7, 2010 
Great site & I love the domain name :roll:

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Reply Mark Watson
12:14 AM on January 4, 2010 
I just wanted to email your website and say thank you for taking the time to show my buddy Rusty and I an up close look at the Avenger last Saturday afternoon (01/02/10). I realy enjoyed hearing the stories and the history of the airplane as well as a second hand account of a few guys that have flown in them back in WWII and what there reaction to seeing the Avenger was after all these years. You are providing a great service by keeping this airplane accesible to the public and giving common people like us a chance to get such an up close & personal look at the deatails of such a great piece of Aviaiation history, not to mention American history and I thank you again for the oppertunity to see the Avenger. I think I can speak for Rusty also when I say we really enjoyed the airplane and look forward to seeing you and the Avenger in Oshkosh 2010.
Take care. Mark Watson
Reply Paul Ragany
5:44 PM on December 29, 2009 
Steve Thrasher says...
I was involved with the spruce budworm operation in New Brunswick for 3 or 4 seasons in the late 70's.Working for Norfolk Aerial Spray based out of Boston Brook and a couple of other strips. I was in maintenance. I would love to reconnect with anyone who was there at the time. I remember some of the guy's names John Tarr - Owner ,Gerry Lossee - Pilot, Paul Ragany - Pilot, Bill Harrison - Pilot. I was 17 or 18 at the time.The pictures of B15, B20 etc... sure bring back some sweet memories. I was lucky enough to ride in the back seat of B20 for the ferry flight from our base near Simcoe Ontario to New Brunswick and back. Pretty exciting stuff for an 18 year old kid. Great Website!!