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    Something Different

    I am weathered in today and cannot fly out of work, and seeing as I am off the clock, I thought I would pass the time with a "name that cockpit challenge" put forth to the ever clever members of MC.org, okay first one, of five....
    Name this cockpit.....
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    It's a boeing....mmmmm

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    My guess is KC 135, modified 707?

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    Airbus

    It has 2 Thrust levers I would say more like a 737-200 of some sort...

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    Would haver to be milatery

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    That is the Boeing 737 research plane used by NASA. It was used to test the Glass Cockpit back in the 80's and early 90's. Plane has been retired and sits in a museum at Boeing. If i remember correctly, it was one of the original test planes used by boeing and it is a 737-100. It also had a second cockpit in the back with full controls!

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    Some might say it was an early Space Shuttle trainer made out of a Boeing 737

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    Sure looks very experimental to me.
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    Way to Go Nut

    Wow, 'Nut you nailed it. First prize. you truly live up to your screen name.

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    It wasn't hard to tell it was a Boeing 737 something, but just what that was I would have never know without 737NUT's comments.

    Very cool looking configuration. I'm not sure I'd have been able to get to the buttons on the FMC down there below the column though. I can't even reach my Bier way down there sitting in the Weber copy.

    I'm wondering what they were thinking with the flight controls? Suit gloves are not that cumbersome that you couldn't work the flight controls with a conventional stick.
    Last edited by Michael Carter; 10-26-2007 at 01:38 AM.
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    We don't need no stinkin' ETOPS!



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