Question for anyone in carrier aviation.

Lawman

Well-Known Member
#21
I'm not sure if there's any evidence this one is working.
All I know is every time I go to a FARP run by Marines all I can think is going back to whatever FOB I came from, loading all the 3/5 guys into a Chinook, and bringing them there to see how it should be done.

I’ve gotten out of my helicopter and screamed at SPC Carl before while running back and forth to stuff rockets into the pod, and they look at me like Eeyore. If I’m outside helping you load ammo and fuel (which is buy isn’t technically illegal) you need to move that ass, because something big is going on.


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Pilot Fighter

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#22
All I know is every time I go to a FARP run by Marines all I can think is going back to whatever FOB I came from, loading all the 3/5 guys into a Chinook, and bringing them there to see how it should be done.

I’ve gotten out of my helicopter and screamed at SPC Carl before while running back and forth to stuff rockets into the pod, and they look at me like Eeyore. If I’m outside helping you load ammo and fuel (which is buy isn’t technically illegal) you need to move that ass, because something big is going on.


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Marines do a lot of things right. And, even when they don't, they still look fabulous.
 

MikeD

Administrator
Staff member
#24
As for the GR-whatever photos, what am I looking at? Was the harrier actually built out of wood?
Disassembled Harriers shiiped to the boneyard after being purchased by the USMC, but stored still in their wood shipping/support cradles.
 
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