Doris joins the Fred Sparrows

Discussion in 'Aviation' started by cloudbuster, May 12, 2009.

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    Wonder if she'll be nicknamed "Ginger"?
  2. Or "Munter"
  3. Can you just imagine the kerfuffle when they all line up after a display, and she's torn between driving into the parking bay or have a stab at reversing?
  4. wait til it's "rag week"!!
  5. the_boy_syrup

    the_boy_syrup LE Book Reviewer

    I believe she will be known as red lite
    There will be a new display manouver this year
    One slow moving Hawk with the other eight weaving behind it trying to get by :wink:
  6. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Gwar or not I would.

    Imagine all that pelvic muscle control from trying not to black, out going to waste!!!!!
  7. RED arrow indeed!!! :D Got to be callsign Twiglet 20!!! :D
  8. Bring it on Boys!!! :wink:
  9. The RAF are into tokenism,in a big way!
  10. Ordinarily, I'm as misogynistic as the next man, but I'm led to believe that we actually have some cracking female pilots, presumably, Moore is one of them.
    Good luck Kirsty.
  11. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    I wholeheartedly agree, and more to the point well done to her.

    But I still would you know!
  12. :D We do indeed have some fine female pilots. But it still stands Twiglet 20!!!
  13. I know that it is wrong but: :D :D :D
  14. Good luck to her say I!
    We had a couple of very good female F4 drivers when I worked in the Middle East in the late '60s early '70s...
  15. One surprising inaccuracy in the article is that in talking about the bloke being a Harrier driver they say RAF Cottesmore is in Leicestershire, when it is actually in Rutland. When the RAF don't even know the correct county for one of their bases you can understand why maintaining the airbridge to Asia is a bit of a challenge.

    My hangover is making my autism surface a bit this morning.