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Military Contingency Plans
Posted by: McQ on Thursday, March 01, 2007

As I've discussed many times, the military plans contingencies for just about everything.

Here, for example, is a picture of Air Force contingency planning in the face of possible Congressional funding cuts:

Who said strafing runs couldn't be fun and exciting?

(HT: Lucianne.com)
 
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5.56mm ammo is considerably cheaper than 30mm depleted uranium...
 
Written By: Bryan Pick
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Done things that look as broomstick as that. Fun? Not so much. Exciting: Very Yup.
 
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Bryan: thanks. Supremely giggleable.
 
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Improvise, Adapt and Overcome
 
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LOL. It reminds me of some of those old WWI era airplanes.
 
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There’s a small risk that once the armament gets fatigued or in turbulence for a friendly fire incident that results in both the pilot and "wingman" getting killed.
 
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