Strangers in a Strange Land, Vol. 1: U.S. Aircraft in German Hands during WW II Paperback – November, 1987
by Hans-Heiri Stapfer Don Greer...
It's similar to "brevet". And when I was on active duty you could simulate that. When the rating tests were done the ones who passed were divided...
BTW, the sword above was used to decapitate a horse, just to test it.
The Aztecs used obsidian in their swords.
Two of my oldest friends mounted a pulse-jet engine on a pickup truck.
"Because we couldn't find a Delorean."
Having seen wolves take down adult bison at Yellowstone I'd be disinclined to participate in that experiment. But I would go through your pockets...
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Oooh, old guy alert!!!!
The Navy takes kitchens along when we go to war.
Welcome. I wish you could have met a friend of mine. He showed me a picture of his chums once upon a time. I realized that I knew the building in...
And watch "Biloxi Blues".
Okay, somebody somewhere asked for a lay-out of the KB steaming formation.
One of my friends flew a drone in the driver's side window of his wife's car and out the other side.* That kind of maneuverability would have been...
Yeah, that's the one.
As for scanning docs, if you take a careful picture it's just as good. I use articulated cameras for docs that I won't run...
Any Sandy pilot I meet gets a drink, on me.
Never in the history of human endeavour has a pencil pusher screwed the pooch.