Author: Rick |
October 23, 2011 |
In: Aircraft, FN Off, U.S. Air Force, WWII
sorry about the edits to some of the photos…for the older crowd, I like to call it "CYA"
Why is it censored?? nice though
as my comment at start says: sorry about the edits to some of the photos…for the older crowd, I like to call it "CYA"
"CYA" – What the hell is that supposed to mean? You've censored aircraft art, its not pornography.
Just for kicks, do you know what "CYA" stands for? If not, can someone from the "older crowd" help John on "What the hell is that supposed to mean?"
CYA = Cover Your Ass good sir!
Nevertheless, you gotta stop and think about the history of some of these planes and the morale that artwork meant. Good on ya for the post
Loved'em! Major coolness!
#27, the best…from my perspective.
I was thinking about using that one as the lead photo, the one I went with worked better with the title
#28, she adds an entirely different meaning to the term "engine jugs", lol!
when WWII was over the arrmy air corp made the plane crews clean them up so Rick isn't far off from the censors of the military of the time
Hey anyone know if the bits and pieces with art on them are a guy's copies or cut from the actual planes? My money's on repro but if they're original that guy is sitting on a lot of money
#1 #6 #10 #13 1#6 #23 are original art on the original planes the rest are reproductions of a famous plane
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