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    Default Falcon Down

    Sorry if the following question sounds stupid:

    Does the expression "Falcon Down" have any special meaning or it is only two words put together?

    Thank´s

    buba

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    Default Re: Falcon Down

    Quote Originally Posted by buba
    Does the expression "Falcon Down" have any special meaning or it is only two words put together?
    It seems to be something like "Blackhawk down", which means that a Blackhawk (a US helicopter) has been "downed" either by accident or by other means (hostile action). Other than that, I cannot say what it means. If you can provide some context, I can perhaps be more helpful.

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