Maggie’s Motivational Pic Thread v2.0 - - New Rules - See Post #1

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^^^^ And he got the loan with no income other then welfare.

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Because no one would want to flip burgers if they could get the same money on social security without having to work?
 

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And actively trying to corrupt and blackmail every newb that darkens the halls of politics to ensure it keeps going.
Tom Clancy had it right in Debt of Honor. But even then the corrupt political replacements started doing the same ol shit.
It'll never change and there's nothing anyone can do about it.
 
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I sponsored a soldier deployed over in the sandpit when my daughter was in middle school ("Herobox"). Before he returned to the US, he sent her a flag that had been flown on a B1 during a mission, along with a certificate of authenticity. They are on the wall in a display case outside her bedroom.
 

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    Damn,
    How many hailstorms did that A10 fly it? it looks like the 2nd graders went berserk on it with ball pean hammers.
    I worked on that aircraft at England AFB some 35 years ago. On the nose, what you see are the dents made by the refueling nozzle missing the refueling port which is located just in front of the canopy.
     

    Mike Casselton

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    I sponsored a soldier deployed over in the sandpit when my daughter was in middle school ("Herobox"). Before he returned to the US, he sent her a flag that had been flown on a B1 during a mission, along with a certificate of authenticity. They are on the wall in a display case outside her bedroom.

    Does the flag certificate have any Wing/Squadron or tail number information on it?
     

    Mike Casselton

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    I worked on that aircraft at England AFB some 35 years ago. On the nose, what you see are the dents made by the refueling nozzle missing the refueling port which is located just in front of the canopy.

    Are you trying to say that some boomers can't fly their boom properly? 😉

    For anyone that's curious, the turbulence directly behind and underneath a KC-135 is wicked bad. I've seen other aircraft drop and raise more than 20'.
    It's a wonder there aren't more collisions during mid air refueling.
     

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    Are you trying to say that some boomers can't fly their boom properly? 😉

    For anyone that's curious, the turbulence directly behind and underneath a KC-135 is wicked bad. I've seen other aircraft drop and raise more than 20'.
    It's a wonder there aren't more collisions during mid air refueling.


    I found it quite smooth behind the 135. Problem with the A10 is the tankers have to fly slow to refuel then there is a lot of induced turbulence. KC-10 was rough as hell though.
     
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