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For the maintenance guys

Discussion in 'The US Air Force Forum' started by tyesai, Jul 5, 2006.

  1. tyesai

    tyesai

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    Nov 12, 2005
    Pennsylvania
    > Just for the maintenance guys
    >
    > A tourist walked into a pet store and was looking at the animals
    >on display.
    >
    > While he was there, a Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant from the
    >local Air Station
    > walked in and said to the shopkeeper, "I'll take a 6257 monkey,
    >please."
    >
    > The man nodded, went to a cage at the side of the store and took
    >out a monkey.
    >
    > He put a collar and leash on the animal and handed it to the
    >Gunny, saying,
    > "That'll be $1,000."
    >
    > The Gunny paid and left with the monkey.
    >
    > Surprised, the tourist went to the shopkeeper and said, "That
    >was a very
    > expensive monkey.
    >
    > Most of them are only a few hundred dollars.
    >
    > Why did that one cost so much?"
    >
    > The shopkeeper answered, "Ah, that 6257 monkey, AIRFRAMER BY
    >TRADE, he can
    > rig aircraft flight controls, score 300 on the Marine Corps PFT,
    >set up a
    > perimeter defense and perform the duties of DNCO with no
    >mistakes.
    >
    > It's well worth the money."
    >
    > The tourist spotted a monkey in another cage. "That one's even
    >more
    > expensive--$10,000! What does it do?"
    >
    > "Oh, that one is a "DIVISION CHIEF" monkey; it can instruct at
    >all levels, supervise
    > maintenance at any level, and even do most of the paperwork
    >required for
    > audits.
    >
    > A very useful monkey indeed," replied the shopkeeper.
    >
    > The tourist looked around a little longer and found a third
    >monkey in a cage.
    >
    > The price tag read, "$50,000". The shocked tourist exclaimed,
    >"That one costs
    > more than all the others put together!
    >
    > What in the world could it do?"
    >
    > "Well, I've never actually seen him do anything but drink beer
    >and play with his
    > dick, but his papers say he's a QUALITY ASSURANCE
    >REPRESENTATIVE."
    >