you know the difference between CSAR/PR, CASEVAC, and MEDEVAC. in this write up you're being intentionally disingenuous.
you did a photo essay back about '07-'08 about context. why have you stepped away from your integrity now?
words have meanings, and you know it.
having re-read your essay I can back up and say that while not being disingenuous, you're skirting with it. my reply was based off my first impression of your piece, and required me to go back and parse it, unemotionally. but I think that may have been your intent. to slide one by the shallow readers.
you can do better than that. you have in the past.
This commment is unpublished.· 9 years agoThe entire dispatch takes about 15 seconds to read. 15 seconds... In those 15 seconds, the dispatch says three different times that no violation occurred. With just 15 seconds of easy reading before commenting, much embarrassment can be saved.
This commment is unpublished.· 9 years agoThis reader is aware of the meaningless and foolish distinction made by the Army. If a chopper is coming in to evacuate casualties; I call it a MEDEVAC because that is functionally what it is doing. The Army can take its definitions and shove them.
The Pave Low UH-60 could either be from SOAR or the Air Force as both have refueling probes.