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  • donwshuper donwshuper Dec 29, 2007 6:27 PM Flag

    Chopper Cojones


    Sent by a friend - I uploaded the photo to my site

    Great young pilot from PA. Outstanding job !!!

    Can you beat this?

    Subject: Afghan Helicopter Photo

    Can't add anything else to this!...... Picture is worth 10,000 words!
    If you don't think our military pilots and troops earn their pay .. you need to take a look at this picture ... and then look again and realize what you're seeing .

    This photo was taken by a soldier in Afghanistan of a�helicopter rescue mission. The pilot is a PA National Guard guy who flies EMS choppers in civilian life. Now how many people on the planet you reckon could set the ass end of a chopper down on the roof top of a shack on a steep mountain cliff and hold it there while soldiers load wounded men in the rear. If this does not impress you ... nothing ever will. Gives me the chills and a serious case of the vertigo ... I can't even imagine having the nerve ... much less the talent and ability ... God Bless our military.

    Ditto - Don S

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    • That is one massive helicopter!!! I betcha it could lift an M1A1 Tank or a whole battalion! Can that Helicopter fit in a C-5???? This is why I'm proud to be an American

    • Right on Don! Thank God there are still young warriors with incredible skills committed to fighting for the cause of freedom rather than finding ways to take it away from people by promoting socialism and convincing people to hand over their personal responsibilities to the gubmit. These men and women deserve our full support. They understand the importance of waging war against the enemy instead of waging class warfare against their fellow Americans.

      God Bless George Bush and the tax-cuts for the rich, thank God for freedom and capitalism, God bless our troops and God bless America.

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