Started by a2capt, October 21, 2014, 07:50:44 PM
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Quote from: AirAux on October 28, 2014, 03:03:21 PMthe truth is more important than mission...
Quote from: AirAux on October 28, 2014, 03:03:21 PM... In reality, very few have been saved concerning the manhours of training and the expense the volunteers have given. CAP was a recruiting tool for the Air Force for a while, but now recruiting is not of concern with the drawdown of the services. With the future of drone warfare, areospace is of little consequence to anyone. Most wings are now made up of good old boys flying clubs and the rest is of little concern. I feel we are on the dusk of what was considered to be a beneficial program at one time, but now is an albatross around the neck of the Air Force and believe it or not, they could use the money elsewhere.
Quote from: AirAux on October 28, 2014, 03:03:21 PMMost wings are now made up of good old boys flying clubs and the rest is of little concern.
Quote from: AirAux on October 28, 2014, 03:03:21 PM Perhaps it's time for the wanabees to look into their local state defense force. Or see if Pineda is still looking for volunteers. Go ahead and steal the thunder and glory and see what's left. After all the truth is more important than mission... So our program has been based on BS, well, we always knew that, didn't we.
Quote from: AirAux on October 29, 2014, 01:15:12 AMWhy would you want to be a member of an organization that has used lies for 75 years to recruit members? Things like this draw attention to the alternative motives of the organization and it's upper level management. This discredits the organization and taints all that belong to it. The fact that so many want to wear the Air Force uniform so badly that they will give up uniformity for the whole organizations would certainly lead on to the conclusions that wannabees control enough of the organization to forego true uniformity for all. I, too, have been in numerous wings for over three decades and began as a cadet. Keep drinking to kool-aide...
Quote from: AirAux on October 29, 2014, 01:43:05 AM"So once again my question to is why are you still a member?""Also, I have found that those who answer questions with questions generally have not thought out their answers."Touche'. I am a member because I can be and because I must deliver the truth as I see it just as the Historian feels he must spread the truth as he sees it. So, knowing the program as I do, I would imagine that your ES experience has been less than twice a year, so why do you stay?
Quote from: AirAux on October 29, 2014, 01:43:05 AMI am a member because I can be and because I must deliver the truth as I see it just as the Historian feels he must spread the truth as he sees it.
Quote from: AirAux on October 29, 2014, 11:17:19 AMAs the man said, "You can't handle the truth."
QuoteHow about the Historian work on something like the number of lives saved a year by CAP.
QuoteLet's see how effective we really are, shall we?
QuoteIf we are interested in destroying legend, let's do it.
Quote from: capmando on October 31, 2014, 03:16:04 PMJust a tidbit of information to share on how new discoveries can change the outcome of perceived and accepted history. http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/10/29/amelia-earhart-plane-fragment-identified/
Quote from: RiverAux on November 03, 2014, 05:27:59 PMShould people not join the AF because WWII fighter pilots may have claimed kills that didn't actually happen?Should they avoid the Navy because they honestly thought they sunk some subs that they hadn't?I bet there are dozens and dozens of WWII AF squadron and Navy histories that also have higher number of kills and sinkings than actually had happened. And so on....Fog of war people. They reported what they thought had happened to the best of their ability. Sometimes they turned out to be wrong.
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