My trials, tribulations, and experiences through the Air Force via the US Navy in Pensacola, FL,
Vance AFB in Enid, OK, and in the Herc at Little Rock AFB in Arkansas.
Monday, August 25, 2008
Tomorrow begins a three day whirl wind of the T-34 systems. (the T-34 is the plane we fly) Our class will be 8 hours a day for three days with a test of what we just crammed into our head on the fourth day. One would think that the systems for a single engine prop plane would not be that extensive, my how they would be wrong. How they managed to squeeze the systems into three days is amazing. It is official planes are more complicated than cars. Wish me luck, as I may not post for a few days, it's that bad.
I am an Air Force pilot flying the mighty C-130 in Little Rock, Arkansas. I am a southern California boy who desperately misses the ocean, but God is giving the opportunity to spread my wings in other places. It should be good times that I'll share with you.