I’d go on one of the libtard forums, poast a pic of Dubya in his flight suit and swoon, “What great president! Not only can he fly a desk like a champ in the Oval Office ~ he can land a jet fighter plane on an aircraft carrier like a pro!!!” And the leftie’s heads would explode like popcorn! HAR HAR HAR!!! “Filthie, you friggin’ idiot!!! He was a passenger on the fighter plane you nugget!!!!” I’d just deny it and whip those tards into a frenzy and laugh as they foamed at the mouth and had kiniptions! HAR HAR HAR!
The horror of those USN pilots and what they do isn’t just the landing. That’s just the beginning! I nearly shat my pants several times watching this guy taxi round the flight deck. I thought he was going to drive that monster right off the deck and drop it in the ocean a few times. There’s people running round all over the place, his engines are burning hot… but it’s just another day at the office for those guys.
I think it’s possible those fellas might be even crazier than the Marines in some ways!😂👍
Dubya was an F102 pilot attached to the 147th Fighter Interceptor group of the Texas Air National Guard. He didn't do carrier traps but that isn't exactly a meaningless resume.ReplyDelete
Yep. And I think his old man flew a torpedo plane in WW2...Delete
George H.W. Bush (King George the First), president from 1988 to 1992 and one of the youngest Navy pilots in War II. He was 18 when he got his wings, and flew TBM Avenger torpedo bombers from an aircraft carrier. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.Delete
His son, George W. Bush (King George the Second), president from 2001 to 2009, flew Convair F-102 interceptors and served in the Texas Air National Guard. He didn’t see combat, although he applied to go to Vietnam.
These men had a lot on the ball, which was evident because they were entrusted with multi-million dollar aircraft that were armed and dangerous.
Ask your above-average moonbat just what the government entrusted them with during their career in the armed forces.
Most Navy/Marine pilots will describe a successful carrier landing as "a controlled crash".ReplyDelete
They must be… what do those jets stall at? 150 knots?Delete
When it doesn't go right ...ReplyDelete
Woulda shouda couda.ReplyDelete
I blew an op for that. Too young and stupid to realize the potential.
That is always some badass stuff to watch. Even gets my blood pumping.ReplyDelete