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 Posted: Fri Sep 28th, 2007 01:24 am
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IW wrote: Haha! Good eye, and good reason. Come on military folks!

When working on or around aircraft, you MUST remove all jewelery, pens, pencils, badges etc.. . that may fall off your person and become FOD (Foreign Object Debris)

There's nothing worse than travelling at Mach 1.2 at 40000 ft and the pen that some schmuck dropped into your plane a week prior decides to lodge itself in your ECS system causing a massive shutdown.

Upside wrote:
First I want to know why Marc isn't wearing a watch in his picture?:shock:

Hey...it's a MIG...it can fall apart without any help! woohoo.gif

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 Posted: Fri Sep 28th, 2007 01:44 am
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I've crawled around F-16's tons of times. When I saw the MiG, I thought, oh my, how does this thing even fly!!!

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Hey...it's a MIG...it can fall apart without any help! woohoo.gif

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IW wrote: I've crawled around F-16's tons of times. When I saw the MiG, I thought, oh my, how does this thing even fly!!!

KenC wrote
Hey...it's a MIG...it can fall apart without any help! woohoo.gif


Actually it flies pretty damn good... check this video...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueeF7ISwBCA

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Gotta love Thrust Vectoring!!!!

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 Posted: Fri Sep 28th, 2007 06:09 pm
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IW wrote: I've crawled around F-16's tons of times. When I saw the MiG, I thought, oh my, how does this thing even fly!!!

KenC wrote
Hey...it's a MIG...it can fall apart without any help! woohoo.gif

You're a lucky man-F-16's are my personal favourite.

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How 'bout an action shot? :D

Cheers,
Griff

P.S.  Old Casio beater hidden behind the drums on my wrist.  Now a G-Shock takes its place.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 29th, 2007 02:51 pm
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My good side....subtlelaugh.gif

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oagaspar wrote: Here ya' go with my favorite Enzo EM002hand6.gifO are you throwing signs??

Let's keep 'em coming!!

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 Posted: Sat Sep 29th, 2007 08:28 pm
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here's me in a rare moment of greatness. (BTW, love the MiG's, but there an even better Russian plane, the Sukhoi 37)

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Last edited on Sat Sep 29th, 2007 08:31 pm by Alessandro

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Here's me in a more ordinary look - has anyone recognized the watch.....?

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O ... you lost some poundage didnt ya ??? You look alot younger in that photo than the other pic I saw of you a few years back

oagaspar wrote:
Here ya' go with my favorite Enzo EM002hand6.gif

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Seems like I always have the camera, limiting the ability of others to take pictures of me drooling or otherwise embarassing myself, so I dont have any pictures of me. Took this on the web cam, hence the dorky pose. Makes my melon look even larger then it already is

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