Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

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Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Sparky_VR » Mon Mar 11, 2019 12:36 pm

Welcome to the squad Spartacus see ya in the skies!

~S~ Sparky

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Iron_Horse » Sun Mar 10, 2019 9:53 am

I think we must ave had the same instructor at flight school as I myself have rear ended a few aircraft whilst pushing an attack. :D


Think you are right, was it Pilot Officer Prune by any chance?

Regards
Iron.

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by Spartacus » Fri Mar 08, 2019 2:08 pm

Hi Iron Horse.

Thank you for the warm welcome.
I think we must ave had the same instructor at flight school as I myself have rear ended a few aircraft whilst pushing an attack. :D
I'm looking forward to learning how to fly online and I hope I can be an asset to the clan.

Best Regards Spartacus

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Iron_Horse » Fri Mar 08, 2019 9:47 am

Welcome to our Squadron Spartacus. You will find us a friendly lot who will give you all the help and advice you need to become a true Wrecker!

Me? I usually wreck my aircraft by rear ending the 109's and Stukas'............. something I don't recommend especially when on operations and especially more so when flying with the Boss!! :lol:

Hope to see you in the skies soon.

Regards
Iron.

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by Spartacus » Wed Mar 06, 2019 11:27 am

1. Have you read and accept our Code of Conduct? *: Yes

2. Current flight nic * and Are you willing to change it to reflect your acceptance into TWC: (after your 30 day trial you need to Reflect TWC_ in front of your nickname) then change it in the forum please. When flying as Spartacus the TWC_Spartacus tag would be welcome.

3. Do you currently belong to a squadron? If so why are you leaving? * : No

4. Age *:(We are adults and conduct ourselves as such over 18 only may apply) 56 yrs young.

5. Favorite Country/Favorite Plane: Britain/Mk9 Spitfire. Mk2 Hurricane.

6. Current Timezone *: GMT

7. Preferred Mission Type (Fighter,Bomber,Ground Attack etc.): Fighter although will give ground attack a bash!

8. Do you have TeamSpeak*: Yes. Altough unfamiliar with its operation.

9. TWC nic you wish to assemble: TWC_Spartacus

10. Referred By (If no one leave blank):

11. Tell us a little bit about you *: Start with your actual name please. Hi. My names John and I have been playing flight sims from the Commodore 64 years progressing on to Amiga 500/1200s then PC's. I have flown a lot of of different aircraft in single player but are very new to the multiplayer arena. I am willing to learn to be competent pilot and team member given the opportunity. Best Regards Spartacus.

12 ask to join our facebook page:The Wrecking Crew on Facebook. Not on FB.

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Sp00k » Thu Nov 08, 2018 4:21 pm

Hmm if I wanted mashed potato or peas on or in my pie, I would make shepherds pie. (Another favourite with Guinness - lol only time I drink Guiness)

Tomato sauce is the only thing that should sit atop of an Aussie meat pie. Anything else is unAustralian.

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Dave » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:11 pm

actually this recipe sounds better...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmkwcB4iPBg

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Dave » Thu Nov 08, 2018 1:04 pm

Well,

I spent my first 9 years growing up in Australia,
and while I encountered many foods, some good (potato scallops!)
some bad (Vegemite!)
I have never heard of <a href="https://www.google.com/search?q=What+is+a+meat+pie+floater&rlz=1C1CHWA_enUS516US516&oq=What+is+a+meat+pie+floater&aqs=chrome..69i57.1933j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8">a meat pie floater.</a>

Pea soup, sounds good, slab of beef, ok,
pile of ketchup???? EEEeewww!!!
Oh well, I guess you can wash down anything if you have enough beer...

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_Sp00k » Thu Nov 08, 2018 3:01 am

Smile and wave, smile and wave..

What is a meat pie floater? Doesn’t sound pleasant

Re: Recruitment: Would you like to be a Wrecker

Post by TWC_NINja » Wed Nov 07, 2018 11:01 pm

TWC_BlindAsABat wrote:
You maybe aware that during the war the RAF used "old" and worn out pilots as adjutants - chaps still of service age but whose mental capacities were no longer fast or flexible enough to cope with flying duties. Mr. Spook is a classic example of the breed (except that TWC still let him fly sometimes). He is jolly keen on meat pie floaters and issuing rather pointless instructions. Best thing to do when he tells you something is to smile and nod, don't worry if you don't understand or remember what he said because he won't either.


:lol: LUVIN IT!!! :lol:

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