A dozen midshipmen earned the grudging respect of the Air Force Academy by repainting a jet fighter on the Colorado academy's grounds blue and gold, and labeling it with "Navy" and "Blue Angels."
And they did it smart. 1. They didn't get caught. 2. The used water soluble paint, so clean up is easy - in other words, all the goodness of the score without really damaging anything or causing a hugely expensive clean up.Have no fear, the future of our country is in good hands. Woe be to our nation’s enemies with men and women like this.
One sour note here: payback is hell.
Hat tip John at Argghhh!!!