“A warbird was a very different story from the Vulcan craft.”
“He was likely the last of his happy and peculiar breed, a "warbird" collector who had actually flown such extraordinary machines in the dangerous skies of World War II.”
“And too small for a Romulan warbird, she added, before anyone could ask.”
“No sensor on the Ferengi marauder which was orbiting the fourth of six planets registered the arrival or departure of the warbird, or the existence of the probes.”
“I told you we should have tried to acquire a Romulan warbird.”
“After a few moments, during which time its crew checked that the probes were all functioning properly, the warbird leapt back into warp, heading for the next system on its itinerary.”
“Romulan Kerchan warbird by Rick Snider - November 26, 2009 added by HoChunk | Images mcs+ to rate”
“The P-38 was outstanding in many respects such as rate of climb, blazing acceleration and fast top speed, stability on take off and landing, as well as pretty good agility given the size of the warbird.”
“Read the press release, click the link to see the picture, and then tell me if it might actually be a Romulan warbird decelerating from warp speed.”
“Greetings, Captain." she says, "I am Commander Toreth of the warbird Khazara; these are my associates, Jarok and Donatra.”
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