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Photo TeamCougar Art
Posted by: Artie - 07-02-2020, 12:51 PM - Forum: You've got the floor - No Replies

Happy Father's Day to me from my son. Cougar art using 16 gauge metal.


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Posted by: Sam Moore - 04-27-2020, 01:11 PM - Forum: Gladiator Roster - No Replies

I am currently doing another major roster update,  cross-referencing the roster to the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association website.
I have found a number of email addresses that were new as well as some snail mail addresses.
If anyone knows of any mistakes on the roster I would appreciate an email so I can make a correction.
Also, if anyone would like a current copy of the roster please contact me, and I will send one to you.

Sam Moore

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  Texas Revolution
Posted by: Artie - 04-12-2020, 02:54 PM - Forum: Humor In Uniform - No Replies

Near the beginning of the Texas Revolution, General Santa Anna, with several hundred Mexican troops by his side, was riding along and below a mountain ridge line.
Santa Anna noticed a single Texan up on the mountain top giving them the finger, so he sent 5 of his soldiers to take care of the lone Texan.
The Mexican soldiers ran up and over the hill as the lone Texas ran down the back side.
For the next few minutes all Santa Anna could see was a cloud of dust arising from the back side of the hill.
After the dust settled, Santa Anna saw the lone Texan once again atop the hill giving him the finger.
Angrier than before, Santa Anna sent a dozen of his troops to take care of the one Texan.
Again the Mexican troops chase the lone Texan up and down the back side  of the hill.
Thirty minutes later as the dust again settles, there's that lone Texan giving them the finger.
"Enough of this", Santa Anna says to himself as he orders 100 of his Mexican soldiers to, once and for all, get rid of that single Texan.
And as before the Mexican troops chase the Texan up, then down the back side of that hill.
After an hour or so, Santa Anna sees one of his Mexican soldiers crawling out from under the dust at the top of the hill, waving his arms and  shouting "Go back! It's a trap! There's two of them!"

Moral of the story: Santa Anna finally took care of that Texan at the Alamo.

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Photo My 1st pocket patch
Posted by: Artie - 04-12-2020, 02:04 PM - Forum: In Country - No Replies

This must have been my first 57th pocket patch. It is permanently sewn within it's plastic casing.

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Question Huey parts
Posted by: Artie - 04-10-2020, 09:22 PM - Forum: Looking for.... - No Replies

Local VFW has acquired a UH-1B that they plan to pole mount at their military plaza currently under construction. I'm not entirely sure what all they need, but will need transmission (or maybe just mast) main rotor & blades and 90* gearbox with tail rotor. Anyone know a source for parts that would work on this static display?

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