Grumann Mallard - 1953

Martin Seamaster through to the Canadair CL-215 & 415 and the Shinmaiwa US-1.

Grumann Mallard - 1953

Postby fredgell » Sun May 13, 2012 12:58 pm

French video Ive come across...

at

http://www.video.pf/L-hydravion-Grumann ... 3_v58.html

What a life...

Cheers

Fred
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Re: Grumann (you mean "Grumman"?) Mallard - 1953

Postby Rajay » Sun May 20, 2012 5:55 pm

Hey Fred, just because they misspelled "Grumman" on that video doesn't mean that you have to as well.

Speaking of which, Bryan, the subtitle to this forum is "Martin Seamaster through to the Canadair CL-215 & 415 and the Shinmaiwa US-1" but "Shinmaiwa" is not correct either. It should be "Shin Meiwa" - two words with an "e", not an "a".
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Re: Grumann Mallard - 1953

Postby AlexNortonesq » Tue May 22, 2012 6:01 pm

Rajay

According to Wikipedia: "Founded as Shin Meiwa Industries in 1949, the company was rebranded as ShinMaywa in 1992."

One word, therefore, might be the correct approach.
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Re: Grumann Mallard - 1953

Postby Rajay » Wed May 23, 2012 1:45 pm

In that case, it is still spelled incorrectly. "Shinmaiwa" is still not "ShinMaywa" or "Shin Meiwa" - either of which seem to be correct in at least some regard.
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