Military Wisdom

H/T to Tom & Dave

And a shout-out to the guys on board the USS Enterprise. See Navy News at NoOneOfAnyImport’s Blog

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About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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16 Responses to Military Wisdom

  1. boudicabpi says:

    A little break and enjoyment, thanks.
    Bob A.

  2. Priceless! Thanks for sharing.

  3. TexasFred says:

    Helluva post! Enjoyed this one thoroughly…

  4. AFVET says:

    Great post Bob.
    The men and women that work to keep this hardware working are often forgotten.
    The behind the scenes effort it takes is monumental.

  5. Thanks for the link. Some of those wise sayings are hilarious. Mr. Grenade is not your friend, ha.

  6. Bob Mack says:

    Here are a few more words of military advice:

  7. J.P. Morgan says:

    Copilot Checklist:

    Don’t Touch Anything
    Keep your mouth shut.

  8. roxannadanna says:

    Love this Bob! really great photos and captions! I think I’ll send a link to my dad – he was in the army/air corp in WWII.

  9. AFVET says:

    My brother was a crew chief on F-111’s.
    He told me that they leaked on the ground and in the air.
    That’s why they needed me.

    Cheers Bob.

  10. Peace through superior fire power.

  11. Matt says:

    Excellent. It game me a well needed smile.

  12. Bob Mack says:

    Never mess with a military sniper until he’s 6 feet under–and maybe not even then:

  13. AFVET says:

    This site seems appropriate for your post.

    Come see what the Men and Women that love US do for our Country and the world.

    http://www.dvidshub.net

  14. AFVET says:

    The A-10 you see above was almost decommissioned several years ago.
    They are now being re-deployed in the present conflict in Libya.
    The gun barrel that you see emerging below the nose is the muzzle of a gun that extends back behind the wing root.
    This airplane is a flying Gatling gun.
    Well designed, and tough, the pilots that fly this bird love it.
    It can destroy a tank, and is feared by ground troops wherever it shows up.

  15. Bob Mack says:

    The Warthog was after my time, AFVET, though I saw the old AC-47s (Spooky aka Puff the Magic Dragon) doing their thing more than once.

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