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Infiltration Forums > US: Mid-Atlantic > Steel Birds, Sleeping(Viewed 5947 times)
Peptic Ulcer location:
Katy, TX
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 20 on 8/11/2015 8:18 PM >
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"This is Captain Cajones up here on the flight deck. Our flight today will be aproximately 18 hours but just sit back and relax for the rest of the flight. If you look out the left side of the aircraft you will see law enforcement waiting to bust your ass and throw you UNDER the jail. Thank you for flying Big Balls Airlines where every journey is an adventure."



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NMPatriot location:
Las Cruces, New Mexico
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 21 on 5/29/2019 9:49 AM >
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Great photo set and a very gutsy exploration for sure! I'm jealous. I know I'm resurrecting an old thread but thought that someone might be curious about the signs on the munitions fence.

The upside-down orange triangle with the number 3 is a "mass fire" hazard (intense heat and flame, often materials like flammable metals).

The white person figure wearing protective gear denotes that the danger is from illumination devices (flares, etc). The color of the man and outline determines type of device.

The facemask pictogram literally means that an SCBA is required at all times during firefighting operations.

The last sign that shows flames and water is the "Apply No Water" sign. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's a true water reactive metal like sodium. It means that the material is water reactive during firefighting (like magnesium).

This would be one of those sites where firefighting would be more or less limited to what's needed to rescue nearby people, withdrawing to a safe distance and watching it melt everything around including asphalt and sand.

Also known as "lolnope".

NMPatriot (Ric)



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leafloving4x4gal location:
Durham Region
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 22 on 5/29/2019 2:18 PM >
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Posted by NMPatriot
Great photo set and a very gutsy exploration for sure! I'm jealous. I know I'm resurrecting an old thread but thought that someone might be curious about the signs on the munitions fence.

The upside-down orange triangle with the number 3 is a "mass fire" hazard (intense heat and flame, often materials like flammable metals).

The white person figure wearing protective gear denotes that the danger is from illumination devices (flares, etc). The color of the man and outline determines type of device.

The facemask pictogram literally means that an SCBA is required at all times during firefighting operations.

The last sign that shows flames and water is the "Apply No Water" sign. It doesn't necessarily mean that it's a true water reactive metal like sodium. It means that the material is water reactive during firefighting (like magnesium).

This would be one of those sites where firefighting would be more or less limited to what's needed to rescue nearby people, withdrawing to a safe distance and watching it melt everything around including asphalt and sand.

Also known as "lolnope".

NMPatriot (Ric)



^^thanks...appreciate this as I was curious




"if you are not selfish enough to make yourself happy, you have nothing of value to offer the world."
tiftastic location:
Pittsburgh, PA
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 23 on 5/29/2019 2:32 PM >
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Absolutely incredible - well done, and thanks for sharing!!



Onajhn location:
South Carolina
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 24 on 5/29/2019 6:16 PM >
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Awesome set Sara'mer and eschaton!!!!! Really nice to see!!!



becckeez location:
804
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 25 on 6/14/2019 7:17 PM >
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Ballsy. I love it.



shadeblanco location:
Southern West Virginia/Western North Carolina
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 26 on 6/25/2019 11:53 PM >
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If this is where I think it is then you sir have some balls of steel. I've been dying for a shot to go in but haven't had the time/courage to dump my resources into it.

Thanks for sharing!



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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 27 on 9/4/2019 5:33 PM >
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727's are a nice find. Did any of them have the stairs in the tail?



The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.
goon1 location:
Atlanta
 
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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 28 on 9/30/2019 3:21 PM >
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These are some great pics! That must have taken some huge balls to explore, hats off to you.



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Re: Steel Birds, Sleeping
<Reply # 29 on 2/23/2020 4:24 AM >
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Remarkable pictures and exploration.

Aircraft graveyard.

Thanks for sharing. No doubt you would have got in trouble at that location!

B



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