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aboutime
08-21-2016, 08:46 PM
Take a few (10 minutes), and see.


http://youtu.be/DkobsychP_k

Little-Acorn
08-21-2016, 11:21 PM
The mascot of the University of Colorado in Boulder?

Gunny
08-21-2016, 11:30 PM
The mascot of the University of Colorado in Boulder?

Asking that of a service brat born on Kelly AFB? The homeplace of the B-52 and C-5A?

I know what it means. :laugh:

Gunny
08-21-2016, 11:31 PM
And since no one else wants to play, it means "big ugly fat f-er".

aboutime
08-22-2016, 08:27 PM
Asking that of a service brat born on Kelly AFB? The homeplace of the B-52 and C-5A?

I know what it means. :laugh:


Of course You do Gunny. But the closer we get to November 8th, and the Hitlery threats of getting enough votes. I'd happily call her a "B.U.F.F." too! :laugh: But that would be an insult to BUFF's!!!

sundaydriver
08-23-2016, 08:09 AM
Too easy AT. Which plane was known as the "Queer"?

Bilgerat
08-23-2016, 10:29 AM
Too easy AT. Which plane was known as the "Queer"?


Do it look like this?

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f5/Usnavy.ea6b.prowler.750pix.jpg

sundaydriver
08-23-2016, 10:37 AM
Yes, it does.

aboutime
08-23-2016, 08:21 PM
Too easy AT. Which plane was known as the "Queer"?


Local pilots (Navy), during the First Gulf War...who were neighbors never called it that. But the A-6, always made more noise flying over our house...near Oceana. The INTRUDER did look queer to the untrained eye. But that was a valuable tool...jamming enemy radars that made SADDAM'S air forces, and ground Anti-Air Weapon systems..useless.

To give you some idea how old I am. I remember my first years in the navy 64,65,66,and 67 where the Intruder was introduced to be used in Vietnam. The pilots first hated it, then began to love how effective it was.

Gunny
08-24-2016, 12:53 AM
Local pilots (Navy), during the First Gulf War...who were neighbors never called it that. But the A-6, always made more noise flying over our house...near Oceana. The INTRUDER did look queer to the untrained eye. But that was a valuable tool...jamming enemy radars that made SADDAM'S air forces, and ground Anti-Air Weapon systems..useless.

To give you some idea how old I am. I remember my first years in the navy 64,65,66,and 67 where the Intruder was introduced to be used in Vietnam. The pilots first hated it, then began to love how effective it was.

I got my 3rd expert award on the range at Oceana. With an M-16A1. Been awhile. :laugh: