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Added by: baharnarenj, 07-11-2016
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Cable Snap On USS Eisenhower During Landing

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08-18-2016, 12:42 PM #89807
gutro    
gutro
Warrant Officer

And that children is why you go to full throttle upon touching down on an aircraft carrier.
I think the Pilot is going to need a new uniform upon his return the deck.
   
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    jamieooh (08-18-2016)
07-20-2016, 02:57 AM #89699
bgbllbffr    
bgbllbffr
Warrant Officer

grest reaction time
   
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    jamieooh (08-18-2016),Rhntz (07-21-2016)
07-16-2016, 03:10 PM #89692
WidowMaker    
WidowMaker

Wow he must have been touching the water
   
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    Rhntz (07-21-2016)
07-13-2016, 12:02 AM #89685
Rhntz    
Rhntz
Moderator

great pilot
   
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07-12-2016, 05:40 PM #89682
gas57    
gas57
Corporal

Close call!
   
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    Rhntz (07-21-2016)
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