Victoria's Secret chopper - the 427 way

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Those Door Gunners are a bit nice, they didn't look like that in my day.

If they did I'd still be in employed as a crew seat.
I was going to say that this was arse about face: The 'chopper' is normally in the 'bird'. Then I remembered you and Flashy used to fly them...;)
 
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Steady on mate, I was never an AAC pilot.

Handsome men manned the gun, pilots just delivered the guns and sat there whining about nail varnish, night flying rations and thier inability to pull chicks.
 
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That middle one is truly stunning. I would be pathetic in her presence, and its only the fact that she'd want me so much that I'd get into her knickers.

Who is she, I may stalk her.
 
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Steady on mate, I was never an AAC pilot.

Handsome men manned the gun, pilots just delivered the guns and sat there whining about nail varnish, night flying rations and thier inability to pull chicks.
One of these handsome men followed my Land Rover with a spotlight (in a Lynx) for about 3 miles up the A303.
I wouldn't have minded but I'd had a few in Andover.
 
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One of these handsome men followed my Land Rover with a spotlight (in a Lynx) for about 3 miles up the A303.
I wouldn't have minded but I'd had a few in Andover.
Doubt it would have been a doorgunner with a spot light on you. He'd have forgotten to pack it or charge the battery.
 
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Might have been the police... TBH I was dazzled. It was deffo a AAC crew that bundled me out of the air on Pewsey Down. Paraglider + whirly windy thing = collapsed canopy
 
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Might have been the police... TBH I was dazzled. It was deffo a AAC crew that bundled me out of the air on Pewsey Down. Paraglider + whirly windy thing = collapsed canopy
Quite rightly too. You do realise we own the air?? And anyway, what sort of muppet chucks himself off a hill with nothing more than a bedsheet and a mower engine strapped to his arse?
 
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Quite rightly too. You do realise we own the air?? And anyway, what sort of muppet chucks himself off a hill with nothing more than a bedsheet and a mower engine strapped to his arse?
The whirly windy thing belonged to the TWA's heli-chopper. I espouse any form of 'engine' in favour of pure flight. The peace, the quiet, the birdlike freedom....shattered and I'm sure I saw the bloke in the door giving me the '******' as they sped off.
 

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