Talk:Air Observation Post

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Evidently, I should have done the redirect first. I moved the text to this page, noting in the edit commentary that text was being moved from Airborne Observation Page (I erred when I created that), then put the redirection instruction on the original page...but robot had added the following tag to the new page, which I will remove now: The CorenSearchBot has performed a web search with the contents of this page, and it appears to be a substantial copy of the Wikipedia page Airborne Observation Post. Content copied from one page to another must be properly attributed; see Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia. It will soon be reviewed to determine if there are any copyright issues. If the bot has made an error or the content is properly attributed: Simply note so on the this article's discussion page and remove the tag. If this page was created by error: You can request that it be speedily deleted. If appropriate, you can convert this page into a redirect to Airborne Observation Post by replacing its contents with: #REDIRECT Airborne Observation Post Or, edit the page and remove the tag. Aodhdubh (talk) 16:57, 18 March 2011 (UTC)

No, if you want to move a page you should use the move page feature rather than simply copying and pasting the content. I've fixed the problem. Hut 8.5 17:44, 18 March 2011 (UTC)