- 1 "Destroyed Fedex DC-10 is no longer at SWF"
- 2 Conflict of Interest
- 3 October 2008
- 4 July 2011
- 5 April 2012
- 6 Draft:Mark Van Woert concern
- 7 Your draft article, Draft:Mark Van Woert
- 8 Wikipedia and copyright
- 9 May 2016
- 10 MfD nomination of Talk:Table of handgun and rifle cartridges
- 11 October 2017
"Destroyed Fedex DC-10 is no longer at SWF"
I wouldn't be surprised, but how is it you know that? Do you know (and can you find a way to source it?) when it was finally removed? Where did it go? I'd love to be able to put that in the article. Daniel Case 19:04, 26 October 2006 (UTC)
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MfD nomination of Talk:Table of handgun and rifle cartridges
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