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Jeff Bailey said on December 15, 2017
Yay! Friday Briefing time! Thanks, Rob.
Craig Abrahamson said on December 15, 2017
Always look forward to these, Rob….and a convertible (Tornado?) – how unique! 🙂
George Williams said on December 15, 2017
Thanks for these, Rob. I wonder what they were celebrating in picture 10?
Marc Barris said on December 15, 2017
This is top of my week end things to do list, thanks again Rob
Pedro L. Rocha said on December 15, 2017
Wonder about photo #20…seems too good to be true
Rob Pollock said on December 15, 2017
Seem to recall it was from a raid on an Itzlian ship, but may have that wrong.
Greg Kittinger said on December 15, 2017
Got to be an interesting story behind the convertible Tornado!
Rob Pollock said on December 16, 2017
Looks like somebody made a quick exit!
Stephen W Towle said on December 15, 2017
Not bad …no T and A, Diffidently, a more cerebral approach to the military,war and history. Which begs the question why no…
In the past I’ve posted photos of German ‘Rhinemaidens’ in their pt exercise gear – basically shorts and a thin top – which interestingly we view today in the t+a vein, but which at the time were in fact Nazi propaganda photos of very fit ‘master race’ young women. George Willians recently posted similar images of Chinese women soldiers. I think it may say more about us and our present culture that we overlook the base political message in favour of something more immediately gratifying, but then that’s how the masses have always been hoodwinked.
Stephen W Towle said on December 16, 2017
Rob well said and the montage of photos has a good balance of subject matter.. The Cherokee Strip covers the T and A just enough to remind folks that in WWII the Americans were … ‘Oversexed, overpaid and over here’. It seems to have evolved into a everyday experience for pop culture.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on December 16, 2017
Who doesn’t like looking at healthy young wimmin? I no longer chase cars, but I watch them go by. Rwof!
George Williams said on December 16, 2017
The pictures I posted were no more than propaganda.
Stephen W Towle said on December 17, 2017
True George, the photos are propaganda…but, I have met women who will say things like “My face is up here.” and the male of the species seems to have a radar that automatically locks on specific geographic locations at times. Which doesn’t involve the use of the brain. Its all good and in good fun.
Josh Patterson said on December 16, 2017
Another Mariner this week! I like the work sheds over the engines. The topless Tornado is on everyone’s mind I think. I would like to see Petra in Jordan, but judging from the Soviet helicopter I’m guessing #33 is Bemiyan in Afghanistan. Lots of similar cliff carving all over the world, it must be pretty impressive to see in real life! (Especially considering how old they are and what the people at the time were working with. Definitely not some weekend projects!)
Nice diorama subject…
Martin Dytrych said on December 18, 2017
This is great selection. Stripped Tornado cockpit is one of the best ones. 🙂
Spiros Pendedekas said on April 1, 2020
This is an amazing collection of photos. Very inspirational. The convertible Tornado “situation” has also happened in several variations and plane types at other Air Forces too…..
All the best!
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