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Nightmare Scrapbook For February, 2001


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The First Month of Command . . .


MCAS Yuma Main Gate



The Bovine Struggles To Establish A Daily Routine

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Arriving at Work

The Hangar's Interior, As Seen By Night Crew

The CO's Jet Is Beautiful

Dino prepares to head out to the raked range with wingman, 'Chunks,' to throw some Mark-76 practice bombs.

The newest Nightmare pilot, 'Chunks,' shows off his booties.  Nightmares wear these to keep the aircraft from collecting scuff marks.

Dino is carrying six 25 lb. practice bombs, 
three per side.

The Plane Captain stands next to the Ordnance Tech.  Plane Captains always have greasy patches

Dino is out of the chocks in one of the last 'day attack' Harriers remaining in the Fleet.

Not taking life too seriously

A Nightmare Radar bird, presently in
Cherry Point.

Cow's Maintenance Officer: 'Screech'

On 17 February, MCAS Yuma held its annual "Open House," the finale of which was a "Level III Flight Demonstration" by Screech. The Cow watched from the control tower with a NATOPS manual. Meanwhile, down on the flight line, a group of Nightmares took digital images of children and adults posed in an ejection seat placed in front of a backdrop to simulate an airborne scene. It was tremendously popular, and the "Nightmare Room" renovation fund was on its feet! A few examples of airshow customers are featured below.

The youngest Attack Pilot!

The oldest Attack Pilot!

The airshow is over and it's time 
to put away the toys.

The Rolls Royce Pegasus engine and a real Nightmare...

Happy Trails...

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