Open Letter to the Greek Ambassador in Washington, D.C.

Dear Ambassador of Greece, Ελληνική Δημοκρατία
The Honorable Christos P. Panagopoulos,
and the people of the Hellenic Republic (Ελληνική Δημοκρατία, Elliniki Dimokratia)
Greek Embassy Washington D.C.

I understand that your brave fighter pilots in the Greek air force engaged the wanna-bees of the Turkish Air Force (the same group of miscreants that sucker punched a Russian fighter jet over Syria).

In a superior display of Greek military flying your jets engaged in a dogfight with the Turkish aircraft who just keep on violating your Greek air space.

greek airforce logo

Greek Air-forces logo.

With superior flying skills your jets engaged these Turkish pilots over the Aegean Sea after six of these, flanked by two others, violated your Greek national air space. I think nine times, according to your news Greek media.

The eight Turkish jets, of which two were armed, were chased away by your brave and honorable pilots in their Greek interceptors. OUTSTANDING JOB !!

I love your country. I spent many happy days in Corfu while your government graciously hosted us as members of the United States Navy in 1990, 1991, 1992 and 1993.

My second visit we had just conducted a massive weapons move in operation Desert Storm with SEAL Team ** (redacted) and a fast attack submarine USS (redacted).

You gave me a place to call home and we felt most welcome. Thank you.

I went parasailing in 1992 in Corfu and ate some of your finest cuisine at Paleokastro Heraklio. I did not see one Muslim and no mosques. It was – is an awesome place.

I do apologize for dropping the top of my ice-cream cone on the back of the nude sunbather on the beach in 1993. Did not mean to do it…. She was very understanding as she sat up. Oppps.

My recommendation to you sir would be the next time you see any Turkish jets in your air space would be to shoot the sons of bitches down …….

I wish you a happy 2016 and a Happy Independence Day on March 25th.

Kind regards,

Geoff Ross

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