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Old 03-09-2014, 11:15 PM   #21
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Depends on the unit I am in. But generally, I can be on flight status. Usually Chinhook and the older Huey units(they even still around?)
Hueys are mostly gone. a few national guard units still fly them, like the North Carolina National Guard. I believe a couple CAV regiments still keep them for non-tactical support (like flying the CG around).
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When it comes to DEX VI, I think the cheapest is the best. It is a licensed formula from GM- so the specifications are supposed to be the same no matter the brand. I have read that in the USA, different plants make DEX VI by region. In California Wal-mart may get DEX VI from Mobil, in New York Wal-mart may get DEX VI from BP. All come in the same container, but out of a different plant by a different producer. Just like Coca-cola, it is produced in the USA by many different independent bottlers, but all putting the same formula in the bottle.


I jumped with the Venezuelan military I am guessing around 2000. They are good jumpmasters. Your Dad was a Venezuelan paratrooper? Did your Dad know the late Huge Chavez?
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nice nice, yes my dad knew him, they graduated from the academy together, but he went to the infantry and then became and explosive expert, how many jumps do you have?.
my dad always tell me about the things he did on the paratrooper course thought stuff, he also recieved training from the green berets and army ranger "back in the anti guerrilla days".
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