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Ship's honours[edit]

At least in the Canadian military, and I believe also in others with British traditions, the battle honours, souvenirs and usually the unit's motto are passed to successor units bearing the same name. The successor unit thus keeps alive the predecessor's accomplishments. This even extends to units which are dis-established and later re-established. Battle standards, ship's bells, etc may be laid up in museums or churches for many years or decades in the interim. LeadSongDog come howl! 17:58, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

WikiProject Canada[edit]

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Avro Canada expansions[edit]

Hi Rr,

I was wondering about some of the claims recently posted in the Avro Canada article. Many of them seem counterfactual and some are even contradicting themselves. I'd like to work through these with you, what is the source?

Maury Markowitz (talk) 12:49, 13 July 2011 (UTC)

Hi Maury, I apologize for taking so much time in responding but I just saw your message today. I will be happy to work through any issues and correct any contradictions. Items I contributed have generally been referenced in line, or sourced from the books and articles in the bibliography (I believe that is the title used in this article). Please push back and see if we can't improve this old article even more. I will keep a closer eye on this page. Cheers.

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Thanks! The link has been corrected. Rr parker (talk)

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January 2014[edit]

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User:Rr parker/1952[edit]

Which article was the planned for integration into? Sfan00 IMG (talk) 09:09, 27 April 2015 (UTC)

Justin Trudeau[edit]

I didn't remove a quote from the article. User:Patar knight did, and I subsequently removed an inappropriate category that he had added the article to shortly before he removed the quote. I'm personally inclined to believe that he was correct, as it's a fairly trivial quote which doesn't add anything of any tremendous value to the article, but I didn't remove it and I have no intention of getting involved in any discussion about whether it belongs there or not. Bearcat (talk) 23:15, 29 August 2015 (UTC)

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I am totally confused with the emails and the links ... they seem not to point to anything with regard to what was actually in the email. Please help me understand.[edit]

I don't understand the points you made.

The F/A-18 E/F nor any of the other F/A-18 variants are Boeing aircraft other than that the production or prior production by McDonnell Douglas was inherited when the Boeing MDC mergor occured. This is also true of the AV8B Harrier, the C17 Globemaster III, the Tomahawk Missile, SLAMMER (Standoff Land Attack Missile Extended Range) and many others. Tomahawk production had ceased prior to the merger so, it is not a Boeing Missile. The heritage of all these products is McDonnell-Douglas and most of the aircraft in question were actually manufactured and deployed well BEFORE the merger.

The same situation exists with the MD80, MD85, and other civilian aircraft.

What is the "Neutral Position on this?"

Should the entire wikipedia article BOEING F/A-18 be Renamed McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 and a gutted BOEING F/A-18 article that has a reference link to McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 along with the appropriate explanation of the history of the aircraft - an explanation as it were - wouldn't these be the most appropriate edits for most or all of these aircraft and missiles?


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