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I learned everything I needed for an extended trip to Italy from this:
with beans n' franks
That right there is the crux of the issue I'm raising. First, I don't think an individual can waive any third party's rights. I don't think...
Can you waive the rights of a family member who is not a minor? I don't see how that's enforceable.
who waves his rights
Excuse me, are there seconds on skunk nipples?
who doesn't read the label
Depends on the airplane of course but typically 5-6K.
who remembers when bingo was fun
All Navy tactical jets can dump fuel, internal or external. Not *all* of it, but most of it.
at max trap
The secret is the clapped out RVs in the Proud Bird parking lot.
and his ramen budget
and his COD piece
My heel won't reach my throttle quadrant. Toe.
The minimum speed at which you can pull to your structural g-limit. It’s the corner of the intersection of the lift limit line and the g limit...
"Never trust an engineer. Under pressure they tend to blurt out the truth."
Try "gate" or "burner" if you really want to impress.
I tend to find a reference for my hand/arm when using a quadrant. :) If my left hand is on it I much prefer a quadrant and tend to find a place...
I find a quadrant much easier to use for frequent small inputs...y'know, like the kind you might make flying close form as lead drags you into the...
The AF really uses *initial* to refer to a point on final? The Navy uses initial as a point a few miles downwind *before* the overhead and break....
"First in history without flaps!" sounds much more glamorous than the first to fly with active flow control as the only control effectors, but the...
Maybe they meant the first since dawn *today*.
Or put another way..."We took pilots familiar with the flight characteristics of one helicopter and put them in another with completely different...
The systems to implement drone-like 'flying qualities' [sic :)] are not particularly challenging given the state of the art. What makes it a...
There's at least a teeeeeeny bit of irony in talking about honoring a man and his genius and consistently spelling his name wrong. ;)