Air Force Says The Giant Penis That Two Of Its Fighter Pilots Drew In The Sky Was A Total Accident

Accidental sky penises are a 2019 mood.

US Air Force F-35s accidentally drew giant phalluses in the sky with their contrails on Thursday, May 30th, sources say.

Fox 10: Phoenix reported that people in Washington State:

“saw a skywriting that resembled the male genitalia.”

The Air Force Times later reported that the airborne genitalia were accidental in a statement from Major Rebecca Heyse, chief of public affairs for the 56th Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base.

“56th Fighter Wing senior leadership reviewed the training tapes from the flight and confirmed that F-35s conducting standard fighter training maneuvers Tuesday afternoon in the Gladden and Bagdad military operating airspace resulted in the creation of the contrails. There was no nefarious or inappropriate behavior during the training flight.”

Suuuuuuuure they were “accidental.”

The six F-35s were practicing a dogfight when the contrails appeared, but this is reportedly not the first time the Air Force has produced a sky penis by “accident.”

“Last spring, a pilot from the 52nd Fighter Wing left contrails over Germany that some online found suggestive. Although the Germany contrails prompted speculation that the Air Force was following the Navy’s lead, the 52nd said its pilots were conducting normal flight patterns involving planned circles and straight lines.

Most notoriously, an EA-18G Growler jet flown by the Navy in 2017 drew a giant phallus in the sky, photos of which went viral and prompted numerous memes. The investigation that followed included a transcription of the cockpit chatter between the Growler’s pilot and electronic warfare officer, in which they plot out their drawing in remarkably graphic detail.

And in October 2018, a Marine T-34C aircraft belonging to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 101 at Miramar in California was tracked on radar tracing out another — quite detailed — genitalia shape.”

So though this particular giant sky penis may not have been as intentional as the world hoped, it seems there will always be more sky penises on the horizon.

All puns intended.

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