Can still contain the container though. it is not gone for as long you see comrade when you is flying drunk enemy cannot hit heli because of always evasive actions as you can hold the glass ...
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- Can still hold the bottle though.
- it's not gone as long as you can hold the glass
- You see comrade when you is flying drunk enemy cannot hit heli because of always evasive actions
- Hahahahaha. Actually quoted from Soviet Combat Helicopter Doctrine.
- Pronounced 'hyelli' of course
- In Afghanistan we had Russian choppers that would transport our guys from base to base. I always suspected something. Then, one day a Russian pilot hit our watchtower with his tail rotor. From that point forward we knew about the Vodka.
- You can't just leave off without telling us about the helicopter full of people crashing into the base full of people!
- I thought Russians pulled out of Afghan?
- There's a Vice documentary that goes into this about Russian pilots in Congo.
- As expected of my compatriots.
- That's a cool story.
- The aircraft in question was the IL-76. They flew a IL-76 flying intact just because of duct tape and landed and discarded it there.
- If you can, read the book - Outlaws by Matt Potter! It is a exceptional narrative of the impact of the collapse of the Soviet Union on the massive aviation industry of the Union and how it became a free market. It then goes on to talk about various such incidents and the way these crew operated!
- They rented russian helicopters for transport. Least i know the Canadians did cause we lacked heavy choppers initially.
- We also had Canadian pilots that flew the smaller choppers. Those guys were insane and incredible.
- Great powers never leave a battlefield. They just adjust their resources.
- Wait..what? When were Russian choppers in Afghanistan outside the Soviet-Afghan War? Read more comments