appreciate your interest in helping us better serve our online audience,
and try hard to be an accessible and responsive group. Please
understand, however, that we receive literally scores of e-mails on
a daily basis, and it is often impossible for us to respond to each
and every inquest. Even in those cases where we do make an effort to
reply, it may take us some time to provide you with the answers and/or
support that you are requesting.
do us the great favor of thoroughly reviewing the site in question before
writing. You will often find that we have anticipated your question
and included a satisfactory answer within the pages of the site.
We do not wish to discourage anyone from writing, but it can be rather
depressing to have to spend a weekend responding to e-mail queries that
cover the same points as the material that we've already prepared for
you. For this reason, we have broken down our feedback channels
according to two categories: technical/historical questions and general
comments regarding the site itself.
Perhaps you would just like to forward a few remarks that do not
necessarily require a response ... we would be delighted to hear from
you too! This table provides an "at a glance" overview
of the division of labor here at Stormbirds. Obviously, some of
us tend to be busier than others, but we all are committed to providing
you with the very best historical Me 262 resource on the World Wide