Post by wildbillkelso on Oct 18, 2009 5:25:54 GMT -5
Cheers from Berlin to Seoul (isn't there a partnership between our both cities?)!
As my 'home base' may show, english isn't my native tongue too, but the funny thing about using english-spoken forums is that the usage of aviation-related terms isn't the hard thing for me. It's often the ordinary words (such as 'ordinary' or 'trivial') that have to be taken from the dictionary...
Yes, I do remeber somekind of partnership between two cities. And there is a small square named "Berliner Platz(as I've learned Deutch as 3rd language.. this means.. Berlin Plaza.. right? )" with one part of 'Berlin Wall' and 'Berlin Polar bear' standing
And.. I think.. same words may go with you.. most of aviation-related terms are English based words. they aren't that much difficult to use.
BTW.. Thanks you for kind "hello" .
Last Edit: Oct 23, 2009 0:42:47 GMT -5 by ikkim1985
"Two pistons are all I've got." Dennis Kim Seoul, South Korea
Post by Tom/CalClassic on Mar 17, 2010 9:22:49 GMT -5
This thread is for people to post their picture so other people can see what they look like. Posting pictures of new or interesting aircraft should be done in the Screen Shot forum. Next time head over there.
I figured I’d post a few photos so you can put a face to the guy yer yelling at.
At the office, about 2 hours after takeoff. My reaction when the A/C (Aircraft Commander) starts in with his “Pilot Talk”. What I heard: Blah blah blah, Fuel blah blah blah, Time, blah blah blah wind. My response, “You want some coffee or something, you don’t make sense. Don’t worry about the fuel unless I’m worried about the fuel. His response, gumble grumble, stupid Flight Engineer, grumble grumble.
Getting my first addiction (C-54E #27370) ready for takeoff, under the excellent tutelage of Chief Pilot Tim Chopp. Tim has more type ratings in recips than a B-52 has dials in the cockpit.
Changing my other addictions shoes. (C-97G 52-2718)
Was looking thru an old album this morning and I came across this pic taken some thirty years ago. I was not always a heavy iron driver. During WWII I was a happy-go-lucky fighter pilot. It was only after the war that I switched hats.