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Jun 14, 2003
Are foreign air forces like Canada and the UK FW 's set up the sameway as the US. Meaning they all have side jobs when there not flying?



PS Steve P. retired today...I didn't know he had 3400+ hours in the T-38...
Isn't it great that 100% of the time after psysicx makes a post someone comes back and makes a joke about pay and quality of life. I find it to be absolutely hilarious and hope everyone else enjoys it too.
Don't apologize, I would have done the same thing if I would have been the first to see it. Keep up the good work!
All military line units around the world operate the same, meaning there are things that must be taken care of/supervised/managed/etc etc besides flying, in order to fly. Some of you civilian guys have no clue about what being a military pilot is about, and it is not just a flying club (Unfortunately).

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