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Old 14th February 2010, 20:32
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Re: Using Y-Intercepts to research the Luftwaffe

Rod. Great thanks for samples. Yes them (AAS 2045) are really useful for "full research" in certain areas, but as they never contain the actual codes (callsigns) much is lost in their "value". There are lots of these existing - I had seen sample from 10.1942 (but not had chance to look at more).

I had no prior confirmation Westa 3 flew that far West - but am not surprised. - Part I, Para 1 (Page 2) is what date? I can look in my files and check if it was detected from ground!
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