MIL I'm off for a chief's pinning ceremony

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  1. C5Load

    C5Load OT Resident UCLA fanatic

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    And, being the lowest enlisted member on this crew, i'm saddled with a great deal of the god damn ceremony. This blows. At least he's buying us drinks after :naughty:
     
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    C5Load OT Resident UCLA fanatic

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    punched him in the arm. just as fun
     
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    but that's hazing!!!11one :mamoru:
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    hazing is the best way to pass time underway
     
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    Dumb question but... The Navy has C5's?
     
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    Nope, he's AF. I think he's talking about a Chief Master Sargeant. :dunno:
     
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    Ah.. now that would make more sense... I was about to say I thought the biggest thing the Navy has these days is the E6...
     
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    you would be correct there, sir :wiggle:

    are you done with A school yet?
     
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    Sept. 15th...

    Then it's off to C school for the.. drumroll please.... E6 :cool:
     
  11. mrduke

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    Sweet :cool: I don't know anything about the E6 so I can't tell you what it'll be like for an AE on those.
     
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    It has 8 generators and more wiring than I would have ever imagined possible to cram in one airplane... You tell me :rofl:

    On the other hand... it won't be as cramped as working on say... an F/A-18 or frustrating as working on an F-14

    But then again, I have yet to do any actual work... I've just heard from my instructors that the E6 can be a bitch to work on.
     
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    I bet it has lots of light bulbs too :naughty:
     
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    You have no idea....

    And apparently, the Mechs around here are pretty good about breaking our shit too.
     
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    We did a light leak inspection the other day, which took about 2 minutes. I bet yours takes just a little bit longer :mamoru:

    Mechs are..... 'special' :hsugh:
     
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    Durrr It are not working! AE GRIPE!
     
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    the mech LPO spends quite a bit of his time asking my LPO questions about AD shit :mamoru:
     
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    Not suprising... My roommate was a mech, and that guy was dumb as hell.. Come to think of it, all of the mechs in that class were DUMB AS HELL.
     

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