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Discussion in 'Uniden' started by Chris KH2PM, Nov 8, 2018 at 1:26 PM.
Kicking back in the office the other day, and spotted this Uniden ad...
You must get some spectacular views from your office!
Definitely NOT an Airbus @FL380 @Chris KH2PM
Cool O2 mask to the left of the magazine. Those things make you guys look like spider-man!!
Do you take off sideways just like the Car and Driver quote!?
The only thing that would have made this picture better is if there was an r3 mounted to the windscreen...
omg WTH ...thats one sick dash u got there!!! does your car fly? Lma0
Nice 757! My office is similar.. 737-800 (A.A.)
Your member status of “learning to fly” is interesting given your profession lol - I’ll fly Delta now
Show us a picture of the R3 on the windshield of your office, lol
Posted from my cellular telephone.
nice 752! though it reminds of a joke i heard back in my airline days (CO and WN FA) -
"how do you know there's a pilot in the room?"
"he'll tell ya!"
Heheh. Good one!
Uniden products are not designed to be used with aircraft and we recommend all pilots follow the rules of their respective businesses while flying.
*wipes brow* phew, dodged a bullet on that one.
It’s all good. When the autopilot is on in and we are above 10,000 feet, I’m allowed to read magazines or newspapers. At FL380 the workload is quite low.
Not sure about how I would go about powering a radar detector though. There is no 12v source readily available. Next time I fly GA (Bonanza A36) I’ll get a pic of the R3 up on the glareshield.
And it was the FO’s leg anyway.
this is an excellent thread.
I like that Ground Speed! I can't see the dog on the flight deck that is supposed to be there to bite the pilot if he tries to touch anything?
Back when rocks were soft I was an avionics engineer on the L-1011.
Waiting for......"What's an
Lockheed Tristar passenger jet.
I always preferred the L1011 over the DC10 (knockoff)...