February 9, 2010 |
In: Art, Auto, Military
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snd first of the day.. I am a bored mutha f’a
mmm sleepy time
USA USA USA
wow thats awesome! Go USAF!!
the art is good
the redneck militarism in the comments is not
History lesson. I the 1940′s there no Air Force, It was called the Army Air Corp. In 1950 the AAC became the Air Force. Love the nose art.
0 for 1.
1947, not 1950
That was Army Air Corps or Air Corpse in Obamaspeak.
Before you try to scold someone, you ought to know a little of what you are spouting off about.
1907 – Aeronautical Section of the Signal Corps.
1914 – Aviation Section (Signal Corps).
1918 – United States Army Air Service
1926 – United States Army Air Corps
1941 – United States Army Air Forces
1947 – United States Air Force
Try 1947 dumbass
History lesson. In the 1940′s there were no Air Force, It was called the Army Air Corp. In 1950 the AAC became the Air Force. Love the nose art.
0 for 2. Maybe try the word ‘was’. Also, spend a little less time working on your history lessons and just a little more on your grammar.
There are wanna be smarties everywhere…..ain’t it?
your year of the start of the U.S. Air Force is wrong, it was 1947.
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Man, try and paint something like that on an aircraft today and you’d have your ass in a sling pronto. Those were the days, when men could behave like men and folks in the military were allowed to be bad asses.
This settles it. In WW2, the only thing our soldiers thought about more than killing Nazis and Japanese was pussy.
I mean all day, every day, they thought about pussy.
Approximately 1 in 10 would have been thinking about dick, but freedom is what we fight for.
Meh, maybe 1 in 100. 1 in 10 not in those days.
but whatever, thanks for the pics
“Our enemies never stop trying to come up with ways to hurt us, and neither do we”- in bushspeak…nay, bush verbatim
I’m not Anonymous, I’m me…silly interwebs…
men still having pissing contests…lol
In actuality, the U.S. Army Air Corp broke away to be it's own service in 1947. My roommates dad joined the USAF in 1949 & it had already been around a few years at that point.
Is there a nice book of bomber nose pinup art anyone can recommend?
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