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Okay, I am officially making the noises of a chicken laying a paving brick ...

I'm in a tank top, here's a picture ...

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Why can I imagine LCOL Willamina Keller doing just this identical thing!

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To most folks if it has track and even maybe a machine gun it is a tank. To a tanker if it aint a Main Battle Tank it is an other

 

Imis (Tanker)

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9 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

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I agree with journalists in this case. 

 

 

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On 6/22/2020 at 9:54 PM, Linn Keller, SASS 27332, BOLD 103 said:

 

Why can I imagine LCOL Willamina Keller doing just this identical thing!

 

 

  ......... maybe she should .......... <hint>

 

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I did my tank time in a Leopard 1 and I don't care what people call it, it was ssssoooo much fun cruising in my German Sports Car with two sun roofs.

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They dont fly far and they come down HARD.

 

Imis

2 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

how far does that thing fly after it's launched like that ?

 

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2 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

how far does that thing fly after it's launched like that ?

 

We (the unit, not me) did it a few times for publicity shots and then we had to stop when we ruptured the fuel tanks:blush:

 

Our other trick was to go flat out down a slope covered in frost, hit the skids and spin the tank round. Not for the faint hearted. 

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I know what it is to crawl a Fordson track mounted tractor over a frosted log on a sidehill.
Started over it at the top end and when the tractor hit balance point, ZIP and we were at the bottom of the log, just that fast.
Didn't bother the Fordson, it kept cackling forward along the sidehill.

(File that one under S for "Scares me and I'm fearless!")
Now that's in a relatively light weight crawler tractor.
Spinning a Leopard on frosty ground is NOTHING I would EVER!!! want to do!

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21 hours ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

  ......... maybe she should .......... <hint>

 

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THANKYOU !!!

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10 hours ago, Major Crimes said:

 

We (the unit, not me) did it a few times for publicity shots and then we had to stop when we ruptured the fuel tanks:blush:

 

Our other trick was to go flat out down a slope covered in frost, hit the skids and spin the tank round. Not for the faint hearted. 

 

9 hours ago, Linn Keller, SASS 27332, BOLD 103 said:

I know what it is to crawl a Fordson track mounted tractor over a frosted log on a sidehill.
Started over it at the top end and when the tractor hit balance point, ZIP and we were at the bottom of the log, just that fast.
Didn't bother the Fordson, it kept cackling forward along the sidehill.

(File that one under S for "Scares me and I'm fearless!")
Now that's in a relatively light weight crawler tractor.
Spinning a Leopard on frosty ground is NOTHING I would EVER!!! want to do!

 

 are these activities some kind of stress test for underwear ??? :huh:

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