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  • #72967

    gnoman
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    3 hueys (military choppers) over crown hill headed east. wonder what they’re off too

    #72969

    pennygirl
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    They flew directly over my house. Very loud and a little intimidating.

    #72974

    Edog
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    They were trying to intimidate you, Penny! Hide your Cockle Hat and don’t let this Scottish vote go to your head. READ: Greenwood will not fall into the hands of Welsh Separatists. That Bog stays in the USA!

    #73006

    collingswood
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    Very likely not Hueys as that model is no longer in service. Possibly Chinooks from Paine Field Reserve Base in Everett.

    #73025

    Salmon Bay
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    Probably Apache or Black Hawks. The Chinooks are massive heavy lift helicopters.

    #73027

    boatgeek
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    I’m pretty sure they were Chinooks, the big beasties with twin rotors. Definitely loud for a weekend morning.

    #73034

    SunsetHillMarauder
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    Expect to see more military helicopters over the neighborhood. They added a bunch more to JBLM a while back and they train constantly. Or surveil you. Take your pick. Just be glad its not the Russians.

    #73036

    great idea
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    actually, if there were three of them, it was most likely huey, duey, and louie.

    you can blame their uncle donald, but it won’t get you too far.

    #73039

    Mondoman
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    gi – exactly! I couldn’t tell from the thread title whether it would be Apocalypse Now or Make Way For Ducklings!

    #73042

    pennygirl
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    They were Chinooks.

    #73043

    Edog
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    Just another sign that when the famine and pestilence start we’ll have war too.

    #73046

    gnoman
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    <grovel>
    Indeed, they were chinooks. Twin rotor massive beasts moving slowly. Seen them many times around here, seem to travel in pairs or threes. Sorry for the confusion. I actually know better.
    </grovel>

    PS I tried to edit the post right after, but it didn’t let me change the title, so I probably added to the confusion by putting “(military helicopters)” as a qualifier after in the actual post.

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