Still can’t stomach either of them
Hate to admit it but i was a victim of the id10t prank
Ps…it didn’t dawn on me until a master chief wrote it down…I’d still be searching that damn boat if it wasn’t for him
We did this with by telling new flightline airmen to go outside and tell the flight chief that they were assigned for that shift to work on the B1RD’s or the GU11’s.
Hilarious thread guys thanks for the belly-laughs. But of course I’m appalled by the relentless victimisation of left-handers, what happened to the don’t ask/don’t tell policy for us?! Dad was a victim of a left-handed spoon prank in the RAF Mess during WW2, like me a lefty and oddly the only utensil he used his right hand for, so when told there was an option he went looking for it for a few minutes until he thought about it. Ever self-deprecating bless him RIP, the smartest man I’ve ever known.
There are some left handed tools so it wasn’t totally impossible to have a left handed spoon.
Scissors with ergonomically shaped grips for instance.
Sometimes I want left handed vernier calipers …
Don’t forget the prop wash and 1000ft of flightline.
Those tin foil hat people, again? Oh no, Where’s Liz when ya need her?
Well? In the Capt’s defense, the first major helicopter insertion and Air Assault operation was conducted by the British in 1956 (Operation Musketeer) during the Suez Canal Crisis.
Toilet paper was always known as “AF Form 1”.
In the Army, TP was a “roll of grid squares”.
or “John Wayne Paper”. Rough, tough and doesn’t take from nobody.