Cockpit audio as Navy pilots drew massive penis in the sky

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Two Navy officers laughed as they said it would be so easy to draw a huge penis in the sky with their plane contrails.

Audio from the cockpit reveals the two were concerned that the balls are going to be a little lopsided.

They also debated how long to make the shaft, saying they wanted it to be wide but not so wide it ended up looking just like three balls.



They took photos of their handiwork after it was complete – but when it failed to disappear and just lingered in the clouds, they started to worry about more than the exact outline.

Both were disciplined for the stunt in the sky over Washington State, although they were able to keep their jobs.

Now details have emerged about exactly what happened, in a report given to the Navy Times.

The transcript

Draw a giant penis, the EWO says. That would be awesome.

What did you do on your flight? the other pilot responds. Oh, we turned dinosaurs into sky penises.

You should totally try to draw a penis, the EWO said.

I could definitely draw one, that would be easy, the pilot says. I could basically draw a figure eight and turn around and come back. Im gonna go down, grab some speed and hopefully get out of the contrail layer so theyre not connected to each other.

It prompted viral guffaws from some and online outrage from others.There are shot glasses commemorating the event and it birthed memes ahead of the annual Army-Navy game.But the inside story of how an EA-18G Growler jet crew drew a penis across the clear blue skies of Washington state in 2017 has never been told.Until now.It was the work of two junior officers with the ?Zappers? of Electronic Attack Squadron 130, who had sky time to kill and noticed that the white contrails their jet produced were particularly robust that afternoon.But they never counted on those contrails lingering long enough for folks on the ground to see their phallic rendering, according to a copy of the military?s sky penis investigation obtained exclusively by Navy Times.
They worried the balls would be lopsided (Picture: Twitter)

Dude, that would be so funny. Airliners coming back on their way into Seattle, just this big [expletive]ing, giant penis. We could almost draw a vein in the middle of it too.

The EWO then replies that the contrails were being left and the art was happening.

Balls are going to be a little lopsided, the pilot said.

Balls are complete, he said moments later. I just gotta navigate a little bit over here for the shaft.

Which way is the shaft going? the EWO said.

The shaft will go to the left, the pilot answered.

Its gonna be a wide shaft, the EWO responded.

I dont wanna make it just like 3 balls, the pilot said.

Lets do it, the EWO said. Oh, the head of that penis is going to be thick.

An EA-18G Growler assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron 137 (VAQ-137), embarked aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71).
An EA-18G Growler (Picture: Getty)

Another pilot flying with them radioed over to congratulate them on the artwork.



But as it stayed there and the contrails didnt dissipate, they became more anxious, trying to fly back over to scribble it out.

It didnt work, and soon they needed to fly back to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island to refuel.

Their masterpiece had been noticed by those on the ground. A mother had taken pictures and sent them to a news station, and back at the base the squadrons execuRead More – Source