Agreed with the escalated noise level. I thought it was weird they were after burning all the time. Does it have to do with McCain coming in?roseblood said:These guys have been doing night drills for the last couple weeks, so nothing new there. What was new last night was a totally different engine noise. If I had to guess, they have some new F-35s they were testing out. These things are VERY loud. I live about 1 mile from the south end of the runway, and I couldn't hear my television from 6ft away when they take off.
This little story was overly stating the obvious. Of course they are night training. Anyone that lives near HAFB can tell you they have been night training for several weeks, and do at least 3 times a year.NotSoSimple said:http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=2946146
Case closed. Hill AFB commented saying it was a night training. Here I was thinking it was time to get my Zombie Survival kit out..
I was recently at an Air National Guard base for work. We were close enough to the flight line that the take offs and landings were very loud. I joked with one pilot about how loud it was. He replied with the Sound of Freedom thing.Strategic Tactical said:You know what you call that sound that the fighter jets make????
THE SOUND OF FREEDOM!!!!.
What follows is part of a post I made over on opencarry.org. Please don't consider this any sort of personal attack, Chris, but just some food for thought. I say that not because I expect you to take it personally, but I have run into people who have strongly negative reactions to the ideas below. If you disagree, don't get mad, just tell me why you disagree.Strategic Tactical said:You know what you call that sound that the fighter jets make????
THE SOUND OF FREEDOM!!!!