Thanks for the link Sky. I'd say a good 98% of those pics can be found on our site in the "<a href="f-16_forum_viewtopic-t-5967.html">Women in and Out of Uniform</a>" thread.
However, your page definitely makes them easier to find.
ptplauthor wrote:if you can make out the name on the canopy rail of the jet, can't you find out the serial number of the Viper, and then find the unit, and eventually the pilot's name.
ptplauthor wrote:I wouldn't want to be hazed like that.
Then again, in this case, she just happened to luck out that day, and was on the particular jet that had her name written on it.
That's a Fini Flight hosedown. That's the one we all hope to get one day.
ptplauthor wrote:I was thinking that there might only be so many female pilots per unit...so I was suggesting tracking down the unit, and then weeding through the possibilities that way.
I was thinking that there might only be so many female pilots per unit...so I was suggesting tracking down the unit, and then weeding through the possibilities that way.
Big No No Don't start digging deep like that PT. You don't want to start trying to find names on Alpha rosters, or anything of that nature. If someone tried to track me like that, I'd do my damnedest to make sure that it was the last mistake they ever made.
Frankly, that's the reason why I don't post any of my flying pics online. I don't want the wrong people tracking me down. I'm quite certain that there are people out there who would like for me, this young lady, and many other aviators to answer for things that we may or may not have done to their people.
People might call me paranoid on that one, but I feel I've earned the right to be cautious about such things. When I die, I'd like it to be as an old man, not because some f#ckin jerkoff panty waist started looking too far into things that he shouldn't have.
My advice: Leave well enough alone. She's a woman, and she flew Vipers. Great. Fine. She wasn't the first, and she won't be the last. Just remember what happened to Winnie the Pooh when he stuck his nose too far into the honey jar.
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