Can anyone verify this.
Pilots don't ground ac, mechanics do. Then pilots bitch about it.
I have been aware of pilots wanting an aircraft grounded at times.
The discussion was not about civillian ac.
It was of military and predominantly USAF fighter jets.
Literally the title in the story says USAF Pilots.Can anyone verify this.
Literally the title in the story says USAF Pilots.
Ok by.Yep, sure does. However, I already covered that issue “as per my last reply.” This is not a forum specific to .mil pilots/AC. Thus “pilots” could mean either, and since you failed to specify in your post…Anyway, I’m moving on. Have fun!
What were you working on at that time, F4s…?Ya you got me, it's been a very long time. I never worked on them.
The German pilots wanted me to.
I hung out with them and they taught me to snow ski.
Their mechanics didn't like the Martin Baker seats and were scared of them. I worked on those seats every nite all nite for a couple of years. Not a single problem .
The starfighters looked cool with all the afterburners lit up end of runway at nite.
You must be the life of the partyMaybe the article in the OP was. But your comment simply stated “pilots.” You did not differentiate between .mil/civilian. As such, my comment stands as accurate info given the use of the broad term of “pilots” and not “military pilots.”
Aren't a large number of commercial pilots furloughed right now?