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  • Jennifer-Aviatrix's Avatar
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  • Army 21's Avatar
    548 posts since Jun '12
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    21 posts since Nov '12
  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,468 posts since Apr '05
    • Originally posted by Army 21:

      f-16 looks kinda smallish,,

      the marvels of a small jet engine thats poweful.

      The F-16's engine is hardly what you call small at all.

      The new versions are in 30,00Ib class.

      How is that small?

  • Brenda94's Avatar
    1 post since Dec '12
    • Hi im interested to sign on with the RSAF. Because im short, i can't be a pilot, im like only 1.5m lol. What other openings are there that one can explore? There's like not much details on the website.

       

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  • Army 21's Avatar
    548 posts since Jun '12
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      The F-16's engine is hardly what you call small at all.

      The new versions are in 30,00Ib class.

      How is that small?


      have u ever tried building a  workable jet engine?

       

      please be specific on your data with the 30,00lb class!what on earth are you refering here?!!!!please be more accurate in your description because no one  in aerospace sector here knows what u are talking about!new versions are more powerful and currently they are building smaller n powerful.are u repeating what i  had just said?u make no sense on your 3000lb class data.

       

      most REAL aerospace  engineers dont really know what u are actually refering to.if u had said this to say a  pilot....u would be whacked teruk teruk!

    • Originally posted by Brenda94:

      Hi im interested to sign on with the RSAF. Because im short, i can't be a pilot, im like only 1.5m lol. What other openings are there that one can explore? There's like not much details on the website.

       


      think u need to be extremely physically fit too!doing the annual ippt tests that have minimum standards to pass it,its painful and would feel like giving birth all the time.

    • Originally posted by Brenda94:

      Hi im interested to sign on with the RSAF. Because im short, i can't be a pilot, im like only 1.5m lol. What other openings are there that one can explore? There's like not much details on the website.

       


      Anyway,,,,,spread your wings and fly my little butterfly.

    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      The F-16's engine is hardly what you call small at all.

      The new versions are in 30,00Ib class.

      How is that small?


      thats odd...its only 11am  when u replied and u already sound like u are asleep and cant thinkk straight!!!!!im shocked at your logic and expertise in jet engines!

  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,468 posts since Apr '05
    • Dont be daft.teeth.png

      Nobody ever says the F-15 is fitted with 2 small engines. teeth.pngteeth.png

      The F-16 utilises the same engine.

      A low bypass turbofan of 30,000Ib class is not small at all.

      The single late-model F-16 engine produces 3x the power of the twin engined F-5.

       

  • Warwolf's Avatar
    21 posts since Nov '12
    • Originally posted by Brenda94:

      Hi im interested to sign on with the RSAF. Because im short, i can't be a pilot, im like only 1.5m lol. What other openings are there that one can explore? There's like not much details on the website.

       

      There's a few more options, you don't have to be the one flying the plane. Or you can opt to service/maintain aircraft :)

  • Army 21's Avatar
    548 posts since Jun '12
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      Dont be daft.teeth.png

      Nobody ever says the F-15 is fitted with 2 small engines. teeth.pngteeth.png

      The F-16 utilises the same engine.

      A low bypass turbofan of 30,000Ib class is not small at all.

      The single late-model F-16 engine produces 3x the power of the twin engined F-5.

       

      thats what exactly i had said to u a few days ago!

      you must be drunk at 11am on that dayu replied me or yer not that smart from the start.

      dont be an idiot by repeating what i had told u  concerning the sizing of jet engines.

      im not comparing the strength and weight of millions of  dicks to a jet engine here!

      and for layman like you who know next to nuts about jet engines....please keep it to jet engines instead of turbofan because they are different and confusing to everyone from kids to aerospace professionals.

      sheeesh...what a peasant u are pretending to know a lot!have u even gone and touched a jet engine first of all!!!!!!typical !lLOL

      Edited by Army 21 16 Dec `12, 3:27AM
  • SBS2601D's Avatar
    8,468 posts since Apr '05
    • Sure sure.

      Since you want, you can just leave it at "jet engines" not "turbofans", since they are different.

      wwahahahaha

      I'm outta here.

  • Army 21's Avatar
    548 posts since Jun '12
    • Originally posted by SBS2601D:

      Sure sure.

      Since you want, you can just leave it at "jet engines" not "turbofans", since they are different.

      wwahahahaha

      I'm outta here.


      hey when u want to tell me about turbofan make sure u use the correct description in that industry!

      turbofan what?turbofan oven is it???of course u used the wrong description  and of course its different !

      u describing a bicycle or an oven in here?

       

       

      and hahaha to u!lol....best u go drive a taxi for a living since u cant describe things properly.

       

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