If you ever wanted to know what’s really inside of a F-117 Stealth fighter, here’s your chance.
I’m going out on a limb and posting my first F-117 story from Desert Storm. This is no shit. I was taking my turn as NCOIC of the EOR. For civilians and Nonners, this means I was in charge of the End of Runway Crew. EOR is where we get one last look at the [...]
Right after we enjoyed a nice Christmas Season complete with a tree (with decorations) that we looted from the Rhien Mein AB BX, we started bombing the shit out of Iraq.
It’s amazing what you can find on Facebook now a days. Thanks Chris.
Ken and I wrote down the list and I posted it on the Internets in 1998. Back when I was new at this. Since then “The List” has been ascribed to every branch of the U.S. Military, The Delta Maintenance folks in Dallas, American Airlines, NASA, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Quantas. I’m sure there are others.
I was the dedicated crew chief of “Unexpected Guest”. On the first night of Desert Storm I painted a bomb on the bomb door to celebrate a successful mission.
In Desert Storm we were sent thousands of letters addressed to “Any Soldier”. Many were heartfelt letters from school children. But then letters to “Any Iraqi Soldier” started to show up on our bombs.
DAYTON, Ohio- The F-117 Stealth Fighter, made famous in Desert Storm will be retired today in a ceremony at Wright-Patterson AFB. The aircraft will be moth balled at a classified site. The aircraft will be replaced by the F-22.