Chinook pilot shot between the eyes

#1
but still flies casualties back safely!! Now THAT'S nails!

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...etween-the-eyes-and-still-flew-to-safety.html

A HERO Chinook pilot was shot between the eyes by a Taliban bullet - but flew on and saved all 20 aboard.

The round then penetrated his helmet hitting him between the eyes. It knocked his head back and caused severe bleeding.

But with blood pouring into his eyes, Ian battled with the controls to stop the chopper from spiralling out of control.

Then with the aircraft lurching from side to side he continued flying for eight minutes before landing at Camp Bastion.

Apologies for it being from the scum!
 
#3
hmmm...judging by the similarities, I'm guessing they both used the same source :D it's practically word for word!!
 
#4
I like the way they depict things in pictures for their mong readers!

There is a nice picture of a pilot with an arrow pointing to between his eyes - in case you weren't sure were his eyes went!
 
#6
DarkNinja said:
I like the way they depict things in pictures for their mong readers!

There is a nice picture of a pilot with an arrow point to between his eyes - in case you weren't sure were his eyes went!
Is it me, or did they depict him as a tad 'dusky'??
 
#7
DarkNinja said:
I like the way they depict things in pictures for their mong readers!

There is a nice picture of a pilot with an arrow point to between his eyes - in case you weren't sure were his eyes went!
It's the Sun their readership might not know! They get excited when they see shiny things!
 
#8
bigbird67 said:
DarkNinja said:
I like the way they depict things in pictures for their mong readers!

There is a nice picture of a pilot with an arrow point to between his eyes - in case you weren't sure were his eyes went!
Is it me, or did they depict him as a tad 'dusky'??
Or perhaps the current bun is going all Bayeux Tapestry on us?
 
#9
DarkNinja said:
I like the way they depict things in pictures for their mong readers!

There is a nice picture of a pilot with an arrow pointing to between his eyes - in case you weren't sure were his eyes went!
Good drills by the pilot.

The usual shite by the SCUM.
 
#10
8O Fackin' Nails.
 
#11
Not a nail mate - a bullet!
 
#12
You'd think the co-pilot would have flown it home. Sounds a bit jack to me.
 
#14
#15
The article says it was an army pilot.

Good all army pilots, not like those RAF pilots!!! They were probably to busy putting brill cream in there hair. :x

Will be interesting when the documentary comes out though.
 
#16
instinct said:
The article says it was an army pilot.

Good all army pilots, not like those RAF pilots!!! They were probably to busy putting brill cream in there hair. :x

Will be interesting when the documentary comes out though.
An Army pilot who flies chinooks with the rank of Flight Lieutenant?

Hm. Sub Editor must have been asleep.
 
#17
dropshortjock said:
instinct said:
The article says it was an army pilot.

Good all army pilots, not like those RAF pilots!!! They were probably to busy putting brill cream in there hair. :x

Will be interesting when the documentary comes out though.
An Army pilot who flies chinooks with the rank of Flight Lieutenant?

Hm. Sub Editor must have been asleep.
BTW i am being sarcastic.
 

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#20
Top Crab! Perhaps an arrow pointing to between his eyes could have been added to the photo of him.

Does anyone else remember the story about the EU missing Wales off its map of Festung Europa. The Sun helpfully provided a map with Wales on it for it's readers to compare with the EU's version. No doubt they know their reader. (Is 'reader' the right word for somebody who looks at pictures?)
 

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