;D I was looking for information on a variety of aircraft, and I kept seeing references to this forum. (One of my current projects is creating 32x32 animated aircraft cursors. Roger Whitcomb is hosting some of them on his http://WWW.MilAirPix.Com website, and USAF's Air Combat Command hosted a batch of them on their main website for several years.) So, I jumped in and started looking around. : And I found heaven! This was the forum I've been looking for for years! I've always been an enthusiast of off-the-wall aircraft and advanced aircraft designs. Now, I can look at "what-if" aircraft to my heart's content!
I was searching two old drawings of Dassault's post Rafale projects and asked in french, english and german forums. Then Jemiba came in the german Flugzeugforum and gave me the good link of a secretproject's topic
I found the forum just by looking up "secret helicopter projects", and WAM!! The secretprojects.co.uk poped up and I ignored all the other results and went strait to this one ! I LOVE THIS FORUM!!!! ;D
The idea was floated of a "British Secret Projects: Transport, Trainers etc" volume but Tony isn't really that interested in the subject (and trainers were partly covered in existing volumes). If someone else out there is interested in writing such a book, might be a possibility.
I just typed in Supermarine in Yahoo search and hey presto.
I've been here ever since.
I love the place. There is so much to learn.
Friendly help and advise are always available in abundance from some very wise and clever people.
Folks, I'm quite glad, I've just tried to find the SPF via Google with keywords like
"Haunebu", "german wonderweapons" and so on, and we never came up before at
least the third page ! The only aberration in this sense was "Ho 229 stealth", but
that will soon be forgotten, I think ... ;D
Bill Sweetman pointed to it on Ares. Didn't see any pictures at first, was intrigued because text alone showed some very knowledgeable people discussing stuff I liked. Registered to see pictures, and I was hooked.