The Navy’s Big Dick

A couple of Naval Aviators got into hack when they drew a giant penis in the air. The Navy Times  has released the cockpit transcripts of the event.

PILOT: The balls are going to be a little lopsided.

PILOT: Balls are complete.

PILOT: I’ve just got to navigate a little bit over here for the shaft.

EWO*- Which way is the shaft going?

PILOT: The shaft will go to the left.

EWO: It’s gonna be a wide shaft.

PILOT: I don’t want it to be just three balls.

EWO: Let’s do it.

EWO: Oh, the head of that penis is going to be thick.

PILOT: Some like, Chinese weather satellite is like, “What the Fuck?”

PILOT: To get this I’m gonna go down and to the right. Then we’ll come back up over the top and try to take a look.

EWO: I have a feeling that the balls will have disapated by then.

PILOT: It’s possible.

PILOT: Oh yes, that’s fucking amazing.

EWO: That’s a big fucking dick. Dude , I’m amazed that it stayed.

*Electronic Warfare Officer

Obviously, the crew thought their hijinks were auto erase, but when it lingered they knew the cat was out of the bag. By the time they landed, pictures had already gone viral.

Click the video for the complete transcript.



FA-18 Explodes on U.S.S. Stennis

A mishap occurred during flight operations aboard the U.S.S. John C. Stennis (CVN-74). The  aircraft was on a training cruise on the Southern Californian coast. Early reports say that an engine installed on an FA-18 fighter jet exploded injuring 10 sailors on the flight deck.
Although 4 were airlifted to hospital in San Diego, the Navy stated that none of the injures are serious or life threatening.

An investigation is being conducted to discover the cause of the engine explosion which caused an estimated one million dollars of damage.

NORAD Tracks Santa

NORAD_SantaIn 1955, a Colorado Springs-based Sears store ran an advertisement encouraging children to call Santa Claus on a special telephone hotline. Due to a printing error, the phone number that was printed was the hotline for the Director of Operations at the Continental Air Defense (CONAD). Colonel Harry Shoup took the first Santa call on Christmas Eve of 1955 from a six-year old boy who began reciting his Christmas list. Shoup didn’t find the call funny, but after asking the mother of the second caller what was happening, then realizing the mistake that occurred, he instructed his staff to give Santa’s position to any child who called in.

 

Colonel Harry Shoup 1917-2009
Colonel Harry Shoup
1917-2009

Thus a tradition was born. I remember,  as a kid listening to and then later watching the NORAD reports on Christmas Eve,1967 . We were stationed at Fort Carson Colorado, in the shadow of Cheyenne Mountain so the reports were not to be doubted.

I’ve carried on the tradition and now we track Santa on the Internet.

NORAD Tracks Santa® Operations Center is fully operational beginning at 3:00a.m. MST on December 24th. You can call 1 877 HI-NORAD (1 877 446-6723) to talk directly to a NORAD staff member who will be able to tell you Santa’s exact location. Operators are available until 3:00a.m. on Dec. 25th to answer your calls!

 

Come join us.