Wrecker The man is complete tosser however I don't think he is Norman.I know who you meant, he hasn't crossed the line IMHO but is certainly pushing against it, I'm keeping a close eye on him.
He is a tool of the highest order and it is Norman.Wrecker The man is complete tosser however I don't think he is Norman.
He shoots his mouth off about things which he obviously knows nowt about.
There are a few of us on here who served on carriers in the 60s. Yes we lost a lot of pilots and observers. That was part of the job and well known by those who flew the aircraft.
If you do know more of that, suggest you speak up and back up your statement, my geuss is you would've shat yourself put on a fixed wing deck..Perhaps I know a little more of it that I will acquaint you of.
That the aircraft you were servicing were singularly useless- with that i will agree.
But of the maintainers?
From the little I saw ,they appeared to be equipped with screw drivers with a broad blades for opening aircraft inspection panels. To do what? They called their screw drivers GS 's
Call the CAA?