The cockpit of today’s modern fighter is a tight space. The Viper is often referred to as “the world’s smallest (fighter) cockpit.” Of all the jets
Strike Eagles, Hornets, and Super Hornets have big cockpit they are dual seater aircraft
There are D-models for the F-15, F-16, and F-18 that are generally used for training
So let’s get back to topic lets pretend you’re a part of a US Navy Super Hornet crew, a WSO specifically, that has just launched off the boat, embarking a long drive to your target area to rain some righteous hatred on our enemies. At that moment you realize you’re hungry. And maybe you’ve forgotten to stow your own snacks in your helmet bag.
But then remember, the dude up front driving has an extra Snickers.
So you hop on the ICS and say, “Bro! HABU–Hook A Brother Up!”
He instantly knows what you’re talking about, and wants to help his hapless GIB (guy/girl in back), but there’s a problem: the distance from the front cockpit to the rear.
Two people strapped in, adorned with full survival regalia, and a chunky ejection seat and instrument panel in the way.
It may only be three or four feet
So how will you pass Snickers? Open video to learn
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