by Rob Pollock
January 13, 2017 in Uncategorized
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Chuck A. Villanueva on January 13, 2017
Again thanks for this, something to look forward too every Friday. The A-6 image feels like your riding right along with those aviators. The Right Stuff!
Craig Abrahamson on January 13, 2017
Yesiree….I stared at that A-6 pic for a good while, too – and I wondered what the story was behind that Panther with all the graffiti as well. Got a chuckle outta that Air Force note and never did see a Vulcan. lol
Rob Pollock on January 13, 2017
Tradition is that if an aircraft lands on the ‘wrong’ carrier then the ground crew of that carrier get to ‘leave a message’ on the aircraft to take back ‘home.’
Didn’t ever hear of that “exercise” before. Thanks.
Robert Royes on January 13, 2017
Extreme sapping. Great collection.
That was ‘zapping’
George Williams on January 13, 2017
There’s definitely something about girls in uniform!
Christian WERY on January 13, 2017
Beautiful friday moments. Thank you Rob.
Simon Whitney on January 13, 2017
Great pics Rob.
Always look forward to the Friday Briefing fix.
There’s something special about girls in uniform.
Dirk Derks on January 13, 2017
Regards, Dirk/The Netherlands.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. on January 13, 2017
Rob, there’s some real striking images there, as usual. The A-6 really gets your attention, as does the Vulcan. I can’t imagine any out fit having those 3 cuties in it. Russian Naval Infantry? Must be a story someplace. “Girls of SPESNATZ”? Nice nose shot of an FJ-4, too.
More leggy girls in formation! Woof!
Ukrainian Army girls.
Allan John Withers on January 15, 2017
well the Ukraine girls really knock me out.
That’s the infamous Colonel Robin Olds standing by his Phantom, Bernard – (but I bet you knew that, right?).
Stephen W Towle on January 14, 2017
Robin Old’s F-4 “SCAT XX VII” …every modeler seems to make the F-4 look like it just came out of the paint shop. But, you look at this photo and the bird is scratched up. Lots of bare metal fasteners and scratches on the intake. Considering Old’s status as a commander and his cult status it looks like his priorities where fighting. Exterior maintenance or paint could wait.
Christian Ristits on January 15, 2017
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