by Rob Pollock
November 4, 2016 in Uncategorized
Propwash and Perspectives
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Craig Abrahamson on November 4, 2016
I like that coffee mug, Rob….. 🙂 🙂
Bernd Müller on November 4, 2016
They guy who paints invasion stripes free hand is way better than me 🙁
Rob Pollock on November 4, 2016
He’s been to the briefing.
….that’s probably HIS coffee cup… 🙂
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. on November 4, 2016
Nowadays they call a debrief (in the Yank Army) a “hot wash”. Yeah, I dunno where that came from. As a surmise, I’d figger the Air Force.
The guy doing the invasion stripes is doing a neat job, compared to some I’ve seen. Ragged looking is (IMHO) more prototypical.
The photo with the jeep with its own nose art is a classic! Calls out to be a diorama.
neil foster on November 4, 2016
Strange that the guy painting the invasion stripes is painting the white stripe while kneeling on the unfinished black stripe that appears to be dry, almost like that picture was staged for the press,surely not…
Gotta love those North Korean girls,great to see people who love there job.
You’re just an old cynic 😉
Rob Pollock on November 5, 2016
I think that this is Fools Paradise IV of 380FS, 363 FG, 9th AF, Cherbourg, Aug 1944.
Anthony Conway on November 4, 2016
Thanks for giving us a bit of humour Rob. Good stuff.
Robert Royes on November 4, 2016
All a nice chuckle.
Dan DeSilva on November 6, 2016
How did all those guys fit in that one Hurricane?
Nick Newell on November 6, 2016
Another great selection Rob. You had my full attention with the North Korean girls…I suspect they’re Kim Jung-Un’s body guards…what a lucky guy! 🙂
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