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In this course, you get to wear your classroom.

Kev! You fail as my wingman!
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by Chucky
The cute fox turns serious.
Kev! You fail as my wingman!
The cute fox turns serious.
Kev! You fail as my wingman!
I was NOT about to draw an entire ramp full of airplanes when I drew this page.

Chucky is introduced to his first airplane, a tiny two-seat trainer. I'm very proud of it, considering that it started as a simple line drawing. But as we can see, it doesn't take much to divert a young skunk boy's attention away from his miniature classroom.

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male 654,966, female 536,129, dog 86,400, skunk 18,565, rat 11,121, college 1,000, chucky 345, aviation 140, freshman 122, orientation 44
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Type: Comic
Published: 7 years, 7 months ago
Rating: General

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llMaelstromll
5 months ago
man let me tell you, if anything they would not ever let first day people get in the cockpit or not telling the guys to not try and spin the blades at the back due to compression in the cylinders which can make the damn things hit you right in the face (possibly knocking you out) if they aren't careful lol
Chucky
5 months ago
Sure they do. At the flight school where I taught, we conducted a full preflight with our students on day one. We give them a safety briefing on what no to do. These were students with professional aspirations, they knew not to just start dicking with things.
llMaelstromll
4 months, 4 weeks ago
oh so you are an instructor! welp, ignore my other response asking if you worked in the field lol I am currently studying in Montreal and its just a blast learning how to build plane components and whatnot but I plan on aiming for a pilots license since fucking around in my own little plane sounds really fun up in the north where FAA doesn't really apply :P
Chucky
4 months, 4 weeks ago
I was. My certificate expired a long time ago.

Cool stuff man, good luck with your pursuits. A good friend of mine from college built a kitplane a while back and he continues to have a blast with it.
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