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Cool, Joe Cool.

Hey, give a puppy a break. Those aviatin' hosers like Tuttle and MacGyver do the helo-equivalents of gravel-throwing peel-outs alla time. Dog's gotta do what a dog's gotta do.

A military working dog wears Doggles to protect his eyes as a Chinook helicopter takes off, kicking up dust and debris, during an air assault operation by U.S. soldiers assigned to Alpha Troop, 1st Squadron, 172nd Cavalry Regiment, 86th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Parwan province, Afghanistan, May 11, 2010. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason Brace


Bogus, dude.

If there was a Chit-hook pulling pitch, the pooch's ears would be flat and pointing to his 6 o'clock. Puppies *don't* like to have hurricane-velocity winds blowing in their ears...
Yer just jealous 'cuz he looks better in those doggles than you do in your Ray-Bans...

Ray-Bans are kinda non-functional in sandstorms...
The Tradition Continues... 2010

In the footsteps of Snoopy, famous for his WW1 aerial duels with the Red Baron, 1LT Rihn Tihntihn waits for his AH-1W Super Cobra to be refueled and rearmed at an undisclosed location.  1LT Tihntihn is with Marine Light Attack Squadron HLMA-969, which currently provides close air support for Marines engaged in conbat operations in Afghanistan.

"The bad guys think we're 'unclean'..." 1LT Tihntihn said, "But it looks like we're doing a pretty good job cleaning THEIR clocks..."

HLMA-969 is due to rotate back to their home in North Carolinia next fall.

I'm still picking pebbles out of my flesh from my Chinook encounters back during my all-expense-paid tour of sunny Southeast Asia.  I wasn't a big fan of that one-exit-only opportunity either.
gravel-throwing peel-outs

It's *jets* that kick the gravel up, and you misspelled "pilots"...

You deliberately distort and mislead, hoser.

Oh, wait.  Aviator.  So, that was like a d-uh statement.
Late to the party, as usual. Seems Bill has it all under control.

11B40 ~ if you don't like the exit options, you can always go Warrant and learn to fly the beast instead.