|Quoting CX747 (Reply 5):|
When I first learned of this I was shocked and then saddened. How could a man with everything going for him tarnish it all. What a disgrace. To think I used to look up this guy.
|Quoting CX747 (Reply 7):|
I found that website nonsense. Just ramblings and unproven non sense.
|Quoting Dl757md (Reply 9):|
It may ramble, but it does provide links that back up many of the accusations it makes. It at least brings to light many of his past behaviors that make his involvement in this bribery scandal far from surprising. Consider that he broke into his CO's office, was a leader of the Tailhook mess, even his most famous accomplishment, becoming the only U.S. Vietnam ace, involved bending the rules quite a lot. There is a pattern in his behavior that smacks of selfish disregard for the rules exacerbated by the fact that his "stature" as a Top Gun ace led those around him to let it continue. Because his behavior finally became apparent to the public it once and for all bit him in the ass.
|Quoting DL021 (Reply 2):|
belongs in NonAv, which is now where Cunningham belongs.
|Quoting MissedApproach (Reply 11):|
Finally, there were two men in each of those airplanes- hero biscuits for anyone who can name the respective backseaters!
|Quoting Ghostbase (Reply 13):|