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#6274 2013-01-06 14:52 GMT-5 hours    
Hi all,
We've come up with some guidelines to follow when uploading photos of Replicas to the database. We understand that a complete ban was too strict and would leave a void in the database of many important historical aircraft. Thus, we have adopted the following rules:

Acceptable:
- Replicas built to original plans
- WWII and pre-WWII replicas having a recognizable construction number in the civil register
- Replicas of WWII aircraft with non-standard engines (such as the Fw-190, Me-262, Yak 3U, etc.)
- Mockups of Japanese aircraft

Not Acceptable:
- Small Scale Replicas
- Home-built aircraft of any kind

If you guys have any other thoughts/suggestions and comments, please speak up. Thanks.

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#6275 2013-01-06 18:00 GMT-5 hours    
Sounds good to me!

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#6277 2013-01-08 13:43 GMT-5 hours    
Good decision

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#6875 2015-05-07 13:28 GMT-5 hours    
an "Airfighter"?
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I doubt...
Or did it make it into the DB as original Blériots were used to teach the first 'fighter pilots' how to fly and were thus the foundation for many many Air Forces?!
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