…And then writes about it.

This past week I spent a day with the “Greyhawks” of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron ONE TWO ZERO (VAW-120) – the Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) for Hawkeye and Greyhound aircraft. As an FRP squadron, VAW-120 is tasked with training pilots, naval flight officers (NFOs), and aircrew and maintenance personnel for the Fleet. . .The focus of my visit this year was to learn more about the E-2D’s operational capabilities and how we intend to employ this very capable and sophisticated aircraft in the Fleet. I also had the opportunity to fly in the aircraft and see its capabilities demonstrated first hand.   

*sigh* – Sometimes it really is good to be king…


  1. brucet45410

    Welcome back. I hope you had a great time.

  2. He will probably come back and fire the skipper in two weeks.

    At the end of the day-he is still just another #$%^ing nuke!

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