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Discussion in 'General' started by woodbutcher, Oct 10, 2018 at 12:26 AM.
that's exactly where Michael was spawned.
And can somebody explained why an F14 wasn’t evacuated?? The 2 days prior Barksdale AFB here has been receiving aircraft from down there. One right after another
Wasn’t that plane a tethered display, not an active duty plane?
Could not tell from pictures
We the People will just buy another F14 if needed.
F 14’s have been decommissioned. It was only a display
That was an F-15 on static display at the Tyndell AFB visitors center. Tyndell is where F-15 pilots are trained.
ALL F35's have been grounded worldwide since the crash of one a couple weeks ago at MCAS Beaufort, SC
looks like that front is gonna peter out. it's down to 20% chance now.
We could sure use the break down here. Cooler weather moving in over the weekend, but water temps are still 80°+.
Leslie is still staggering like a drunk out in the Atlantic, and another system is building off the African coast.
Just wanted to say thanks to everyone for your thoughts and good words for us down here.
Daytona was unaffected. Biketoberfest is still a "go".
OK from viewing this -- I think the key is to have a RED roof -- looks like thing with red roofs survived better than the others
Those Spanish tile roofs are very durable. We had them on the barracks and quarters when I was stationed in Panama, and those roofs were over over 40 yrs old, then.
if you want to call that surviving.
The structures with those roofs are typically concrete stucco... again, more durable than wood or tin.
Thoughts and prayers sent to florida, I have tons of friends fellow navy divers who reside in Panama City .
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