P3 at Whidbey

An example of the nephew’s bird at Whidbey Island NAS which I know he hopes to fly again one day.


UPDATE:  Alas, the nephew’s health problems prevented him from getting back on the flight deck. After a stint with Naval Intelligence, another on the USS Enterprise and finally managing a ROTC program, he got out of the Navy. Seems happier, though I bet he misses his P3.

0 responses to “P3 at Whidbey

  1. These turboprops are great and safe machines, I know that, but if you have a tooth or two filled… too bad 😉

  2. Oh, I don’t know, I always liked the vibrations. Nice, comforting way to tell that everything is working correctly. Until the pitch changes.