Episode 8 of FOR SKYBIRD... for the week of 15 January 2006 was released on Sunday. For SKYBIRD is the weekly podcast featuring news and events effecting the US Air Force ICBM community and is brought to you by the folks at www.ForSkybird.us
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Episode 8 of FOR SKYBIRD... for the week of 15 January 2006 was released on Sunday. For SKYBIRD is the weekly podcast featuring news and events effecting the US Air Force ICBM community and is brought to you by the folks at www.ForSkybird.us.
We rearranged the site a bit and the subscription links have changed both for direct xml subscriptions as well as for folks using our iTunes Music Store link.
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