Nickname given to the Supermarine Spitfire, a British WWII Interceptor that made a name for itself throughout the entire conflict.
The Spits broke formation to engage the He 111s before they could drop thier bombs on London.
Nickname given to the Westland Lysander, a single engine utility aircraft used for the delivery of supplies to allied bases and the inserstion of spies into Axis territory dring World War Two.
Nickname given to the BAC Buccaneer, a British attack aircraft which was in operation from 1962-1992. This aircraft made headlines for its daring missions against Iraqi targets in Desert Storm.
Any college course that requires a grade of C or better to move on to a more advance class or to earn a degree. Failure to eran the required C in these classes often results in people either changing majors dropping out of college.
Did you hear that Joe got a C- in College Algebra? Now that he's hit a C-wall, he's going to have to become a theatre major just like us.
A common way to refer to the city of Stevens Point, WI.
Yeah, I think I'll go down to Point this weekend, go down to the square, get tanked, and if Im lucky, maybe get some pussy down there too.
Nickname given to the AC-119 Gunship, a Vietnam-Era cargo aircraft fitted with Machine guns and cannons firing out of the side. The Stinger would fly a circular pattern around the target and open up on the target, turning the enemy into mincemeat.
Military acronym for Forward Air Controller. A forwar Air Controller flies over enemy targets in a light aircraft, usually propellor-driven, and marks the targets that the strike aircraft and at times ground artillery need to attack. With the advent of recent advances in sattelite reconnasaince and UAV technology, the Forward Air Controller has become a thing of the past