posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 10:04 AM
If I'm not mistaken, Brit RAF pilots have done joint exercises with the USN Top Gun graduates, and the RAF pilots generally scored higher. I can't
remember which magazine it was it, but im certainly positive I read it. I bartended with an ex USN guy. He was in charge of the ordinance that was
fitted to planes before missions. He said that pilots regularly took speed for long missions and several were addicted.
Have you ever met a meth addicted person? Talk about separated from reality.
I guess you could take this perspective if youve ever had to defend yourself or seen a pretty nasty fight. The one with the cool head almost always
wins. You ever see a fight between a drunk guy and a sober guy? In my experience the sober guy has always won, easy. A buddy of mine was almost
mugged in Washington DC once. Some black guy was strung out on meth and tried to mug him with a knife. My friend knows how to handle himself, and it
wasnt even an issue. The mugger was detained.
Yes, every country has its friendly fire incidents. However, no country has friendly fire incidents as often or as damaging as the US has on other
countries and itself.
I'm gonna have to say the RAF got this one if its RAF v USAF or USN
In a gun fight, who would you bet on? The professional contractor, or the cowboy?
[edit on 1-3-2005 by Galvatron]