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PostPosted: Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:04 am 
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its 5:05, where is everyone?

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Just getting ready for another day of HURRICANE mania!

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Getting ready for that nasty 4 letter word, that pays the bills!

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6:07 here, been doing my best to change the time I rise in the morning since I retired. I was so used to getting up at 5:00am, for work and without an alarm clock. It takes time to get out of that ingrained habit.

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Been at work for a hour.

Oh yeah, I'm supose to be working.

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Let's see... it's almost 8:30am here and I'm getting ready to take the vehicle into the dealer for what I hope turns out to be warranty work.

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HERE SARGENT! :wink:

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Sleeping... I flew until after midnight last night... nothing like air refueling with 4 different pilots-- I'm a crusty old steely-eyed flier but I don't think my stomach has landed yet... I have to put a tough face on though as the Sarge... "aw comone L.T.... don't you like roller coasters (with a big grin on my face...) "care for a little bit of my sandwich, it's tuna fish?"

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Lawrence, what do you fly? I used to crew on C-130's . Not my favorite thing with that big tank in the cargo bay, but goes with the territory. Even got to fuel the Blue Angels once (Okinawa, '71 ). :-D Those guys are good! Never lost a basket/hose with them, unlike some green pilots we fueled :wink: :roll: . I really, really liked that couple years with VMGR-152. :-D :-D


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Ah, Yes! F-4's!! My favorite aircraft.

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Gene wrote:
Lawrence, what do you fly? I used to crew on C-130's . Not my favorite thing with that big tank in the cargo bay, but goes with the territory. Even got to fuel the Blue Angels once (Okinawa, '71 ). :-D Those guys are good! Never lost a basket/hose with them, unlike some green pilots we fueled :wink: :roll: . I really, really liked that couple years with VMGR-152. :-D :-D
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Not much has changed evidently... here's my bird, the EC-130H

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I have a couple of thousand hours in RC-135's as well
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