Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by CalcoTiger, Oct 3, 2018.
Didn't realize we were talking golf. Unless of course you really meant Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
The T-birds don't, but the AF does. It is used for lead in training for fighters.
You really know a lot of neat stuff, for a girl.
I been telling her for a long time, she ain't normal-but in a good way.
The T-38 has been in service for over 50 years. Amazing.
Just to show how old I am, in 1965 I was in one of the last UPT (undergraduate pilot training) classes to fly the T-33, which the T-38 replaced.
Not when compared to the B-52.
That's amazing. How many years and what did you fly? Did the T-37 replace anything? Where did you go through UPT?
I retired in 1998 from the AF Reserve. Was a T-37 IP on active duty. Got out and joined the AF Reserve. In the reserves I flew C-7s, C-130Es and Hs, C-9s, C-5s and C-141s. I think the T-37 replaced the T-6. Went thru UPT at Craig AFB (now closed) near Selma, Alabama.
The BUFF is in a league of its own. lol