Flocking our very much appreciated military in Europe

IMG_0186Talk about a covert mission. The Wing Commander of the 48th Fighter Wing stationed in England was flocked on January 14 at 0015. As of this date, no “suspects” are in custody and no one is taking responsibility for the flocking, but the colorful pink birds enjoyed their stay and were appreciated by the Commander and his family. Upon learning they would be moving to their next location, he commented,

“Flamingo King,

My family and I will be sorry to see the flock depart, they’ve been fantastic
guests, always bright, polite and contrite. Plus, as you point out, they are
remarkably wind resistant! You’re also correct we remain mystified as to your true
identity. I’m sure all will be revealed in time. Until then…flock on!”

GOTTA LOVE IT and a BIG THANK YOU to all of you serving in the armed forces of the United States of America!