Friday, January 15, 2010

Ever heard of a Paper Airplane Exit?

Down here in the Florida Panhandle, it's Naval Aviation and Air Force Country. In Pensacola, we've got the Pensacola Naval Air Station, aka, The Cradel of Naval Aviation, with several air fields dotted along I-10. Then, there's Hurlburt Field, home to the esteemed Air Force Special Ops Command. Right down the road, you'll find the largest Air Force base in the US, Eglin. And we're not done. Panama City's Tyndall Air Force Base trains fighter pilots, and pilots for the funny looking helicopters you see flying down the beach on 30-A. We're military-proud down here, and practically everyone we know is involved with Uncle Sam.

So leave it to this crowd to come up with a "Paper Airplane Exit"! Is that not the funniest thing?!

Thanks VUE girls, for the photos.

Looking to make one of these fun paper airplanes yourself?

Try using the template below.

Keep us posted if this idea makes it's way to your Grand Exit!

PS--Wesleyann, over at VUE Photography, also sent this one in Black & White. I had to post both--couldn't decide which one I liked best!

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