Mysteriously Joe's tropical pet fish shop now has a 655 gallon salt water tank.
on 2004-Oct-16 10:11:58 Anonymous coward said
Looks like an Army primary helicotper school training accident of TH-55 at either Ft Wolters,TX or Ft Rucker,AL back in the mid/late '60's......
on 2005-Jun-05 00:37:50 Anonymous coward said
Dave,there is no batteries.This is one of those ones with the big rubberband from the mid/late 60's.
on 2005-Nov-02 11:57:15 Anonymous coward said
Do not start the engine until your instructor tells you to do so.
on 2006-Jun-29 14:47:36 Anonymous coward said
"It looked so simple in the video!"
on 2006-Aug-03 03:40:25 Anonymous coward said
Man! Was that a heavy landing or what?
on 2007-Mar-15 17:24:16 Anonymous coward said
Probably a case of ground resonance, very common for the TH55 back in the 60's at Fort Wolters.
on 2007-Apr-24 23:47:15 Anonymous coward said
Looks just like the dragonfly that hit my winshield.
on 2007-Jun-16 07:38:06 Anonymous coward said
so that's where I left it last night after I GOT HOME FROM THE PUB
on 2007-Aug-15 18:54:57 Anonymous coward said
Looks like a 55 at Dempsey Army Heliport, Ft Wolters. Solo student got into ground resonance, basically ended up still strapped in the seat sitting on the ground with the cyclic and collective still in his hands - not a scratch on him.