Except for it's illegal based on provisions contained within the NDAA.
no need to worry, you cant defend an illegal action.
quote:Well, in actuality, he is. What are we (the collective we) going to do about it? Not a damn thing. Tomorrow we will go to our jobs, pay our taxes, and be as docile as teddy bears.
This guy really believes he's king. ... Against the law? Screw it! I'm King Barack
I mean hell, if he is going to spend the money anyways, might as well spend it on something that has nothing to do with the American citizen.
You missed the part where Russian manufacturers kicks a shite ton of money into Organizing for Acce$$, this would fulfill step 4 to make step 6 a certainty.
Russia’s Mi-17 appears to be right aircraft for the missions in Afghanistan. The copter has a long history in Afghanistan. It was used in the USSR-Afghanistan war back in the 1980s.
There are around 20,000 Mi-17 helicopters in circulation, including in Iran, Thailand, Malaysia, Colombia, Pakistan and Venezuela. India has over 130 of them.
Russia has been supplying Afghanistan with Mi-17s under a NATO contract as part of a U.S.-run procurement deals.
The U.S. is no stranger to this flying whale.
It gave four Mi-17 helicopters to Pakistan to assist its anti-terrorism activity in June 2009. The U.S. Navy delivered four Mi-17s to the Afghan National Army Air Corps in September of that same year. Ten Mi-17-V5 helicopters were delivered to the Afghan Air Force (AAF) by December 2010.
You sir are a complete maroon
Can you fly a Russian helicopter?
BHP, without a doubt, all he needs is a post-it note pad to convert guages to english, then hop on the internet and download the English language PDF version of the operating manual.