Valour-IT: Meet the Navy Team – Part I

November 4th, 2006 by xformed

I’m getting behind in comms with the team. For you Navy team members who aren’t be ing spammed by me, ship me in an email. I’m trying to pass around ideas to keep the funds on the upward trend.

For anyone who reads this: Keep contacting anyone you can. Sometimes those people you think aren’t interested, will know someone who is very interested.

Ask blogger you read to post for us. Some of the Navy Team has done that with positive responses.

Ok, here we go! I plan to showcase the Navy Team blogs here, because there’s some great stuff, some from new bloggers, to be seen.

Steeljaw Scribe. A retired Navy Captain, who spent the bulk of his career in E-2C Hawkeye Air Early Warning flying. Weekly Posts of “Flight Deck Friday,” discussing Naval Aviation History, usually covering an particular aircraft. He was in the Pentagon on 9/11/2001. He blogged that the few days before and up to 9/11/2006.

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1 response about “Valour-IT: Meet the Navy Team – Part I”

  1. Steeljaw Scribe said:

    He has also taken leave of his senses and thrown caution to the wind, challenging one of the Zoomie sites (Mike over at No Angst Zone) to turnover a Flightdeck Friday to one of those frilly, sissy, non-tailhookin’ prima donna planes the busmen in blue fly if we finish behind Team Zoomie. Of course, we finish ahead and they will have to throw over to a real Navy aircraft for his Tarmac Saturday — my choice (and I’ve got some good ones).

    But, uh, right now fellas, it’s looking grim…

    – SJS

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