That's one way of stowing the chopper away

#4
Would have thought it photoshopped, but for the landing light on the hanger floor. 'Lt ***** report to the CO's office':violent1::rofl:
 
#9
Is that Gloucester/Arrow flight (XZ237) Scouse? Maybe on its way to being on 815HQ for a spell in '93? Looks like its going in to AMG, I'm guessing from the big transformers that were between 815/AMG and 700OEU. No FOD baskets on the intakes, and theres a tilly in the hangar. Duty PO must be in the crewroom watching Richard n Judy......:sleepy3:
 

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#10
It reminds me of the old pussers H&S posters "How many hazards can you spot in this picture?"

"Erm, trip hazard far left (truck), lightbulb in hangar roof needs changing. Oh, and a helicopter flying indoors (noise hazard)"
 
#14
I think its a great way of putting the aircraft to bed. As a POAEM(R) I used to hate being in charge of aircraft moving:frown:
 
#15
I think its a great way of putting the aircraft to bed. As a POAEM(R) I used to hate being in charge of aircraft moving:frown:
Ditto, it's the grubbers airframe surely it's their responsibility? I never asked them to change a scanner/radio/uckers board?


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#16
First post, Hi all.

I'm putting money on this being the 'Timmy hangar' down that south, Mount Pleasant. No names, but I have a clear recollection of our Pilot deciding to do the same thing back in 89' and my next trip down there in 95' resulted in a similar challenge.

It really upset the crabs (it blew their carefully placed FOD all over the place), which can only be a good thing all round.....
 
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