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For us Sailors, it is called a ship. A boat is carried on a ship.

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For us Sailors, it is called a ship. A boat is carried on a ship.
According to the U.S. Naval Institute, a boat, generally speaking, is small enough to be carried aboard a larger vessel, and a vessel large enough to carry a smaller one is a ship.
However, "Since early submersibles could be carried by ships (and were often tended by ships called "submarine tenders", even if they were very large) , they were boats, and the naming convention held,"

The aircraft carrier had several boats without wings, which were "launched" for a myriad of duties as well.


I get the feeling Bob may be a Black shoe?


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I get the feeling Bob may be a Black shoe?[/color]

A BT, I believe.

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Dave -

A buddy of mine back in the day was the first Hornet to barricade.
It was a pretty good story and I’m sure the video is still shown at the LSO schoolhouse.


Was he the one who sucked the catapault boot into the intake after the deck crew forgot to remove it? If so, they definitely still show it. I remember it well. Great learning points all around.

Though I can’t recall the callsign. Was it Oyster?

Actually no.....he didn't barricade; but until about a month or so ago I worked with Oyster :D
You know I worked with him for over a year until I heard that whole story and saw/listened to the tapes. What an amazing job he did. :woot:

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The whole deal with Oyster is amazing. Great job all around. I’m amazed he kept that jet flying. It also gives you a huge appreciation for GE motors!


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Yes....that is the one. :clap: :bugeye: :clap:

Sorry Dave - guess I forgot he trapped AND barricaded on that one. :doh:

This is the one I was talking about though with Scott Slater (VMFA-314) :pray:
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Thanks for the explanation.

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I can tell the question did not come from a V-tail owner..... :tongue: :D


Definitely not... :oops:

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Yes....that is the one. :clap: :bugeye: :clap:

Sorry Dave - guess I forgot he trapped AND barricaded on that one. :doh:

This is the one I was talking about though with Scott Slater (VMFA-314) :pray:
https://oppositelock.kinja.com/f-a-18-b ... -509038865


Brian,

No worries. I knew he barricaded. The LSO School uses Oyster’s barricade as a case study.

I just didn’t want it sounding like I was arguing with you on here. :peace:

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Tighty Whities? Definitely shore based training.


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Tighty Whities? Definitely shore based training.
My Dad took the photo so I'm guessing Saipan, 1945.


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Former carrier pilot here with lots of cats and traps in Tomcats and Hornets (1000+), it was the cat seal that FOD’ed the engine. Same thing happened to a Tomcat (at night) in a squadron I was in. He safely brought it back aboard the “boat”.


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