Monday, July 31, 2017

The MiG and The Jett - A Thrilling Tale of Lawn to Lawn Combat

There was an epic meeting engagement this weekend between the Mig and the Jett.

While on patrol, approaching Pack VI, the heroic Jett pilot could sense the upcoming engagement in the air:

It's going to be a Mig day, I can feel it.

Sure enough, just up the way, the Mig waited under tight control at the base of the engagement area until it was time to be let loose.

Controller, where is the Imperialist American Jett?

When the Jett came in range, the Mig was loosed to pounce and the furball began.

I've got you now!

The MiG is both smaller and more maneuverable than the mighty American Jett, but if the Jett refuses the turning game and instead fights in the vertical plane with afterburners he can disengage at will.

No you don't got squat! Afterburners lit, and maneuvering to a more favorable engagement position.

And the Jett can then after disengaging turn about and re-engage at will:

The MiG is too close for missiles, I'm switching to guns.

After multiple maneuvers, and low on fuel, the MiG had to return home to its safe haven, promising to come out to play another day.

I'll be back, you American running-dog".

The tail continues.


MrGarabaldi said...

Hey Aaron;

"Groan" is all I can say, lol

Scott said...

Hmmm. The Labrador part of Jett would be Canadian, while the "Doodle" part would be French. You wouldn't be harboring an undocumented immigrant canine would you? Or claiming some sort of sanctuary yard status?

Murphy's Law said...

So Scott, what you're saying is that Aaron's dog is about as American as Justin Beiber?

Aaron said...

MrGarabaldi: the fluff balls name is actually Migs so it all legitimately fits.

Scott: no Labrador in Jett at all, he's Airedale (hence the name Jett) and Poodle mix and an all-American dog.

Old NFO said...


OldAFSarge said...

Love it.

Scott said...

Ahh - I thought I remembered him being a Labra-doodle.

My apologies to Mr. Jett