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DEVIL last won the day on September 15 2015

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  1. DEVIL

    F-35 Lightning info

    Someone got a safety award here... Nothing expensive right in that spot either. Nope.
  2. DEVIL

    The Next President is...

    Can we agree that this is getting a little ridiculous? For 9 to 14 days at a time (51 days so far) this yuge TFR knocks out all of these GA airports. I'd hope there'd be some scalability based on impact to local commerce for this (or any guy's) vacation. DC already has the SFRA, can't we make the traveling road show a 10 mile ring and call it good? Random sportbitch of the day.
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    WTF? (**NSFW**)

    But does he drive exactly 35 mph? Not 36, or 34.
  4. DEVIL

    Flying Videos Thread Part 2?

    I always said Multi-Engine Turboprops were great at aerobatics....
  5. DEVIL

    WTF? (**NSFW**)

    Comrade Huggyski!
  6. DEVIL

    WTF? (**NSFW**)

  7. DEVIL

    Rushing Units

    Liquid courage? That used to work at the bar...
  8. DEVIL

    Heavy guys instructing T-38s

    Assuming that our new reality is that we aren't going to get 11Fs more into UPT, and 11Ms can pass PIT, and teach the standard syllabus (devoid of comment on experience, culture, etc, and they can not try and poison the yoots by talking about per diem and breaking in Rota), if this is the way of the future, what about adding a few weeks to IFF to increase the exposure there? Now that I've typed that I'm pretty sure that takes us right back to UPT, not SUPT. But oh well.
  9. DEVIL

    TSgt John Chapman MoH saga

    Relentless Strike was an awesome book.
  10. DEVIL

    We’re doomed

  11. DEVIL

    AFROTC Advice

    I'll add one thing to what everyone else said about enjoying college. Definitely rage and have a good time, but. Go somewhere where Uber and Lyft is readily available.
  12. DEVIL

    Latest Movies

    I loved it, best sequel I've seen in recent history. Full disclosure I went after a pretty hard day of drinking, so that could have skewed my opinion, but they still made me laugh damn hard.
  13. DEVIL

    WTF? (**NSFW**)

    I used to be a black chick, til I had that steak
  14. Two members also in the FDNY... Talk about service. "It is with deep regret that FDNY announces the deaths of Lieutenant Christopher J. Raguso of Division 13 in Queens and Fire Marshal Christopher T. “Tripp” Zanetis of the Bureau of Fire Investigation. Lt. Raguso and Fire Marshal Zanetis died in an American military helicopter crash in Iraq on Thursday, March 15. Lt. Raguso is a 13-year veteran of the Department; Fire Marshal Zanetis is a 10-year veteran. “Today, we mourn the deaths of FDNY Lieutenant Christopher J. Raguso and FDNY Fire Marshal Christopher T. “Tripp” Zanetis, who were killed in an American military helicopter crash in Iraq on Thursday, March 15,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “They are truly two of New York City’s bravest – running into danger to protect and defend others, both in New York City and in combat overseas. On behalf of all New Yorkers, I extend my deepest condolences to their families, loved ones, and fellow service members and FDNY members.” “Lt. Raguso and Fire Marshal Zanetis bravely wore two uniforms in their extraordinary lives of service – as New York City Firefighters and as members of the United States Armed Forces,” said Commissioner Nigro. “The hearts and prayers of the entire Department are with their loved ones and with the families of their five fellow service members who lost their lives defending our country.” Lieutenant Raguso was appointed as a Firefighter in March of 2005 and assigned to Ladder Company 113 in Flatbush, Brooklyn. In September, 2016, he was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Battalion 50 in Queens. On six different occasions he was cited for bravery and life-saving actions as an individual Firefighter or as part of a unit. Fire Marshal Zanetis was appointed Firefighter in September of 2004 and assigned to Engine Company 28 on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. In 2007 he transferred to Ladder Company 11, located in the same firehouse. In April, 2013, he was promoted to Fire Marshal and assigned to the Bureau of Fire Investigation’s Citywide South in Brooklyn. In 2014, he was recognized for his bravery as part of an investigative unit. Lt. Raguso and Fire Marshal Zanetis are the 1,148th and 1,149th members of the Department to make the Supreme Sacrifice in the line-of-duty. The last member of the Department to die in the line of duty was Firefighter William N. Tolley of Ladder Company 135, who died on April 20th, 2017. The last member of the Department to make the Supreme Sacrifice while in active military service was Firefighter Christian P. Engledrum, who was killed in action on November 29, 2004 in Iraq. Currently, 62 FDNY personnel are on extended military orders in the branches of the United States Armed Forces, serving around the world. There are more than 1400 FDNY members who are military reservists or veterans."