|Quoting AR1300 (Reply 6):|
you can hear the sound of the engines right before touchdown, that goes up, just in case that the pilot misses the approach.Right?
|Quoting Garnetpalmetto (Reply 9):|
Correct - standard practice is for naval aviators to increase to military thrust until they feel the aircraft come to a complete stop in case they bolter or some other occurance happens.
|Quoting Ghostbase (Reply 8):|
Hey DeltaGuy, can't believe that you want to go onto the F/A-18E Super Hornet after seeing that, you are a Hoover man underneath really. You know you want to...
|Quoting Yanqui67 (Reply 13):|
flying on the C-2 Greyhound. It was not as cool as the S-3 though.
|Quoting Daveflys0509 (Reply 14):|
Can you guys believe most of the student navy pilots when they do their first trap in the T-45 only have like around 250 hours if they didnt have any prior flight time before they joined the Navy.
|Quoting Daveflys0509 (Reply 24):|
AAR90 how did the selection process work after you got winged and went to the RAG to figure out whether you'd fly E2 or C2's
|Quoting Daveflys0509 (Reply 27):|
As an inspiring tailhook turboprop pilot, would you recommend the E-2 or C-2?