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When You’re Finally Featured By Public Affairs, But Don’t Want To Show Mom

Ok guys, this is where you can have some good clean fun at the expense of the Air Force.

6 Responses to “When You’re Finally Featured By Public Affairs, But Don’t Want To Show Mom”

  1. Vic Toree says:

    2018 Air Force: Gets dragged for spending $10k on toilet seats.

    2021 Air Force: Spends who knows how much on a simulator that lets you flush virtual toilets.

    • Pilgrim says:

      2022 Air Force: To further Mission Readiness, programming is added to toilet flush sequence to simulate clogging, allowing Airmen to train in a more realistic deployment scenario. Upper Decking to be added as training module schedule 2023.

  2. Unimog says:

    Is there an option for a simulated check in for the Four Seasons Front Desk or ordering and accepting room service delivery?

  3. Adam says:

    I suppose the toilet is a form of chair just with more functionality.

    Bonus points if she can virtually flush while sitting.

  4. GH says:

    Yes, because Lincoln is SO far away from Offutt……

    • Sommerbiwak says:

      Not that many RC-135 around to be spared for training new crews. That is the whole point of simulators: to save the real equipment for the actual job. Also correcting errors of the trainee is easier in a simulator, because he (or she) is easier to watch by the trainer compared to the inside of a tight vehicle.

      Though I do not know if there is something special about the toilets aboard an RC-135 compared to other aeroplanes or *c-135 in particular that necessitates special training?