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This is my dog taking my '77 Chevy (which I no longer own) out for a ride. He did OK until he tried to chase a racoon up a tree with it.
As seen on TV (alternate)!
Omnipotent ruler of the universe.
Enjoying his birthday gift. Put that knife down before you hurt it!
>An assortment of M-16's, an M-70 grenade launcher, and an M-60 machine gun. All old hat to a seasoned troop of Boy Scouts. You should have seen the MPs' faces when one of our tenderfoot scouts had that M-16 disassembled and reassembled in 2 minutes. I guess the undermounted grenade launcher with quadrant sight threw him off, since we only issued those to the Senior Patrol.
One of our younger scouts working on his counter-insurgency merit badge.
There was an ice storm on our way back, it was just too pretty not to take pictures.
The front of a B-52 strategic bomber, with the old Vietnam-era color scheme.
The inside of the bomb bay of a B-52. I didn't get to ride on a bomb, like in Dr. Strangelove, though.
Rear shot of a B-52 with flaps fully extended.
A B-52 with the new color scheme.
A shot of the tarmac from the control tower.
A KC-135 refueling plane performing a "touch-and-go" landing for training purposes. This is where the plane has all the wheels touch the runway, and then the plane takes off again; this is supposedly easier than a full landing. You may notice the smoke coming off the rear wheels.
Shot of some papers in the control tower.
Some British planes that had come for a visit. I believe they had VTOL capibility.
My wife's dad has a car that he races on weekends. He's changed the body and color scheme twice since this photo.