Haha! Glad I wasn't the only one who found that oddly hilarious.Hands down my fave quote in the entire article:
"That is a really bad offense," said attorney Charles Gittins, a military law expert who graduated from the Naval Academy in 1979.
Good thing we got an "expert" on board to tell us that.
Yep, xj's thread drew that conclusion after NCIS revealed he wasn't set up and had a pretty amazing crimminal recordDid anyone even read the bottom of that news link, some of the poster on that site are blaming this incident on the new diversity recruitment program the academy started. Wow?!
I read most of the article and will take more time later to fully go over it, however from what I saw it's accurate. I'm curious what other Academy guys (and gals) will have to say on this who were there during the time. It's shitty, no way around it and I know a lot of my classmates hold the same views.
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My NATOPS is thicker than your NATOPS.
On the hunt for a P-3 prop blade, Hamilton Standard 54H60-77. If you know where I can dig one up, I am interested.