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2 Marine aviators have been grounded as the latest sky-penis investigation goes on

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

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The Marine Corps said Tuesday it has grounded two of its aviators as it continues to investigate a penis-shaped flight pattern drawn over southern California by one of its aircraft last month.
Any disciplinary or administrative action will not be taken until the completion of the probe into the looping phallic flight path by a T-34C Turbomentor that was posted to Twitter in October by a tracking site. See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: This video proves the US Navy and US Marine Corps have the best diving boards and swimming pools See Also: After...
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