The thing with the motors, or at least the old PW100's, is that you could really do some harm to them if you slammed it like that. your chances of AB burnouts or no lights was possible. The 220's don't really have that issue.
Its that video that makes me miss working on them. I'm going over there in a month to work on their trainers, but it doesn't quite compare to being on the flightline. Its funny to listen to the radio calls from AWACS. Working in a mission training center for so long, I learned the lingo, its really quite impressive the amount of info they need to process and at such rapid paces.
Now I'm feeling nostalgia for Kadena, can't wait to go back, but I wasn't with the 67th, I was with the 12th before the migrated up to Alaska.
OVER....Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?