Sent in by Bill Walker.
A Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Marine and Coastguardsman got into an argument about which branch of the service was "The Best." The arguing became so heated that the five service men failed to see an oncoming truck. They were run over by the truck and killed instantly.
From a list of Flight Maxims sent in by Walt White.
The three best things in life are a good landing, a good orgasm, and good bowel movement. --- The night carrier landing is one of the few opportunities in life to experience all three at the same time.
From Lancer 14:
One day recently I brainstormed; lighting and all, (no not white
lightning Jerry), and came up with these possible bumper sticker phrases
concerning our crews. Most of this batch was from the Crew Chiefs point
of view. These are John-14 originals. You've seen it first here.
It was a privilege to fly with me Sir!
My wife can only hope I treat her as well as I did my aircraft!
Tell the enemy to hold their fire until I get there!
I Was the Shadow in the Valley of Death!
Crew Chiefs and Gunners were the means by which pilots got medals!
Rambo was trained by helicopter crews.
A Crew Chief always wanted to shoot VC/NVA and sometimes the pilot.
If you're good Sir, someday I'll let you shoot my 60.
CREW: A/C, Peter, Gunner, Owner.
PETER PILOT: A source of entertainment for a Crew Chief.
HUEY: Flying platform designed to carry Gunners into battle.
Don't you brake my helicopter Sir!
You Fly! I Fight!