U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster crew posted online this hilarious parody of the popular BBC interview crashed by kids

Mar 24 2017 - 3 Comments

A Globemaster Pilot tries desperately to read back her Takeoff Clearance to the ATC. But she’s interrupted by her crew.

The video of Professor Robert Kelly, an expert on South Korea whose interview with the BBC was crashed by his children who suddenly appeared behind him, has now become viral.

Several memes and parodies have appeared online since then.

The one was posted by some U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command C-17 Globemaster III airlifter crew who has staged a scene similar to that of the two kids bursting in on their dad during the interview, where the pilot, trying to read back the ATC (Air Traffic Control) route clearance, is interrupted by the crew who enters the cockpit.

The flight crew shall read back to the air traffic controller ATC departure, approach, landing and route clearances, instructions to taxi, enter, land on, take off from any runway, etc.

Take a look here, it’s rather funny.

H/T to Instagrammers @theglobemaster and @_thetravelingblonde

 

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  • Thomas Verhey

    Could only be better of it was a B-52H and was confirming nuke protocols …

  • Balzoa

    That is not funny.

  • Mickawber

    Lame, feeble, weak attempt at murth, levity and humor……but i liked it because i remember all my screwups up there….