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I'm always fascinated by the variety of designs folks come up with. Any one have their favorites?
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M-ClassThe M-Class blimp was a true world cruiser with transatlantic range. 21 were ordered but only 4 delivered before they…Continue
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K-Class BlimpsThe K-Class blimp was arguably the most successful airship design with 134 built. Their primary mission in WW…Continue
Started by Captain May 15.
N-Class BlimpThe "Nan Ships" were some of the last production military airships use to fill radar coverage gaps in the US…Continue
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHZeI6gK9m8 Blimp crash at US Open.
You caught me. I am trying to recreate the better parts of other lost sites.
You are welcome to start a Discussion for the USS Akron (& Macon since it is hard to separate them) here to cache information. They were impressive airships. Too bad they did not have access to simple onboard weather radar.
Well, after being a member of a similar group (ahem) elsewhere, I guess I can join this one. Too bad we missed the anniversary of the Akron's demise (April 4), as that is what got me involved in the first place.
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