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“Half-Penis” Spotted In Sky Over Alaska Military Base

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

Military personnel and civilians of Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska spotted some rather unusual cloud formations last week courtesy of Air Force pilots from the 354th Fighter Wing (354 FW) assigned to the Eleventh Air Force of the Pacific Air Forces.

The moderately flaccid sky penis drawn across the gorgeous blue skies above the air base was initially posted on the Air Force amn/nco/snco Facebook group on Wednesday; however, it seems as officials have quickly deleted the post.

Task & Purpose asks the question: “Maybe we’re just seeing things and the contrail in the photo was simply the byproduct of a standard aviation exercise,” although it seems like these cocksure pilots had a pretty good grasp of what they were doing. As for the unfinished “half-penis,” it seems as the pilots stopped leaving traces for concern of attracting unwanted attention to their dick drawing abilities.

The 354th Fighter Wing operates the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon. All 354th Fighter Wing Aircraft carry the tail code “AK,” but neither the Facebook post nor Task & Purpose were able to identify the fighter jet(s) that drew the sky dicks.

In November, residents of Okanogan County, Washington were amazed when a couple of artistic Navy pilots stationed in nearby Whidbey Island drew a fully erect sky penis. Shortly after the civilian population sparked a viral and hilarious social media response, the two Navy pilots were slapped with a six-month probationary period from higher command.

Some pilots at NAS Whidbey did some sky writing today. ????????‍??https://t.co/9IsYvkX1za pic.twitter.com/Lm7kpMhKpY

— Adam Gessaman (@adamrg) November 17, 2017

So. Did the Air Force draw a sky-dick in Alaska? Or was it a byproduct of a standard aviation training maneuver — preparing for a Russian invasion?


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