Thursday, March 26, 2009
A Toast to a Fallen Comrade
We toast our hearty comrades who have fallen from the skies, and were gently caught by God's own hands to be with him on high.
To dwell among the soaring clouds they've known so well before, from victory roll to tail chase at heavens very door.
And as we fly among them there we're sure to hear their plea, "Take care my friend, watch your six, and do one more roll for me."
posted by El Capitan at 2:38 AM
Holy crap, did you see this story?
I can understand that they may not be needed for the GWOT, but what's going to happen when we wake up one day and find Sukhois, MiGs, and Dassault (or copies made by certain countries) products superior to ours? Even if a shooting war does not erupt, they will surely be used to coerce and intimidate. Does anyone remember the catch up game we had to play against the Me-109, FW-190, Mitsubishi "Zero", and Nakajima "Nates"? Anyone remember the terrible cost we paid during that catch-up period? Could America do it again? I don't think so. I don't think we could absorb even a quarter of those losses without complete public demoralization and surrender.
Tragedy to lose David who was an asset to military aviation and to America.11:56 PM
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