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Old 01-10-2013, 11:37 AM   #21
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I imagine the Herkbrary as some classical room with 50 foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers and hundreds of rows of books.

And one whole wall of diagrams, posters and owners manuals, all encased in plastic covers and cross referenced. It would be awe-inspiring, with Herk sitting at the help desk in the middle, with a sign that says "Free information" and on the other side "Gone Rving".
Well, in reality, picture a half full DVD with lots of sub-directories containing pictures, links, and PDFs; nearly ALL available right here in the forum at one time/place or another. The green search box at the top is your friend.

The secret to the Herkbrary is just organization of the files that allows me to put my finger on what I need to help myself, or someone else, right away. The organization is based on (stolen from) an Air Force Aircraft Flight Manual. They had a lot of experience putting system information in a format that is quickly searchable to find what you need.
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:49 AM   #22
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Lou, Knew you where Air Force, my nephew is the Duty Dir of Space Flight for the Air Force at the Cape. He is a LTC, Air Force Accadamy. He has been there for about 3 years and is getting ready to move soon. We will are heading down there next week for a couple of months with the RV, its time to go srimping while they are running, big dip nets from the bridges, lots of fun.
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:55 AM   #23
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Lou, Knew you where Air Force, my nephew is the Duty Dir of Space Flight for the Air Force at the Cape. He is a LTC, Air Force Accadamy. He has been there for about 3 years and is getting ready to move soon. We will are heading down there next week for a couple of months with the RV, its time to go srimping while they are running, big dip nets from the bridges, lots of fun.
I hope you meant "shrimping" as I have never eaten a "srimp"; and it does sound like fun.

I will be camping at MacDill FAMCAMP starting in February through March and depending on my actual departure date (some unexpected DR appoints may impact the departure) may spend some time at Patrick FAMCAMP.

PM me with your contact info if you (and I) will be in the area.
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:59 AM   #24
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since we are this far off course - hey Herk - went to NAS Pensacola last spring with the family while my lil' sis was stationed there, and thoroughly enjoyed the Naval Flight Museum. We will be in Colorado Springs in early July, does the Air Force have a similar museum there?
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:02 PM   #25
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Peterson AFB has a HUGE museum.

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I use this web site and a book of military museums when we travel.
http://www.aerofiles.com/museums.html

For those in the Pensacola area; here is their web site:
http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:06 PM   #26
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I imagine the Herkbrary as some classical room with 50 foot ceilings, crystal chandeliers and hundreds of rows of books.
I met Lou, Laura, and Bella a couple of summers ago, before the "Herkabrary" came to be on the forum. I don't think you could have squeezed another icon on his computer desktop.
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Old 01-10-2013, 12:11 PM   #27
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I met Lou, Laura, and Belle a couple of summers ago, before the "Herkabrary" came to be on the forum. I don't think you could have squeezed another icon on his computer desktop.
Chap, Bella is a lot less hyper.
Every bit as friendly, just less the lapdog.
At 65 pounds, she still looks for a lap when we let her.
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Prolly picked up those organizational and plotting skills at the WIC (weapons instructor course). Those folks come back and mission plan the most beautiful grease board scenarios!
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Old 01-10-2013, 02:34 PM   #30
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Lou, Do you every get tired of being right?? Again I took your advise and checked all my connections on my chargeing system for the RV for the problem with the lights going dim and yep loss connection. I have taken your hents on several things sence join here and never found your guideice wrong. Must be tireing to have to keep up with all this, THANKS FOR ALL YOUR INPUT AND HELP TO OTHERS.
And I will follow that question up with one of my own - that being do you ever get tired from being on this forum at what seems to me to be all hours of the day and night?

I also wish to add my thanks to you for your helpful assistance here to me and all the other members. Perhaps we should add our thanks to your wife also.
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