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Three US Marines subdue disruptive passenger on Japan-to-Texas flight: report

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Three fast-responding U.S. Marines are being credited with subduing a disruptive passenger Monday during a flight from Tokyo to Dallas. The Marines were identified as Capt. Daniel Kult of Coon Rapids, Iowa; Sgt. John Dietrick of Mechanicsville, Va.; and Pfc. Alexander Meinhardt of Sparta, Wis. (www.foxnews.com) Mehr...

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reggiekoko
maloney dennis 10
SEMPER FI!
anobscurereference
anobscurereference 2
0141 here Remington Raider Class of 1966
bdarnell
bdarnell 2
Haha . Remington Raiders. Haven’t heard that one for a long time.
btweston
btweston 1
Cool story bro.
richardorgill
Richard Orgill 1
7557 you?
bdarnell
bdarnell 2
markwhitson
Mark Whitson 1
7583/4402 here. S/f, Whitson
Quirkyfrog
Robert Cowling 4
My wife was on a flight where a woman went ballistic over some perceived slight. She started screaming and yelling, and her horrified daughter glared at her. Eventually they taxied back to the gate, police met them, there were words spoken, and the daughter told the police to take her mother off the plane. Apparently the mom was pushing for an academy award, and the mother was 'escorted' off the plane, screaming at her daughter the entire time. The door was closed, and people applauded. It ended up being a delay of almost an hour just because of the crap the mother pulled.

I heard, from a doctor that was on a flight where someone jumped up, and tried to open the main door in the front of the plane. An engineer told people to take it easy on detaining the poor guy, because there was no chance that the guy could ever open the door. People were freaking, but eventually calmed down, and the poor freaked out dude eventually calmed down too, and they were able to get him to a seat and someone dropped a couple Valiums down his throat. All was good. No over reaction, no missing teeth, no face smashed into the filthy flooring. An oddity... Fly safe!
chrisrobey
CHRIS ROBEY 6
Let this be a lesson to anyone thinking they don't have a fundamental responsibility to follow instructions from crew members.
sparkie624
sparkie624 8
Thanks to those members of our Military..... Greatest in the world!
Bernie20910
Bernie20910 3
I can hear the oorah from here. BZ to those Marines. I'll have to give Sgt. Dietrick a whole box of crayons if I bump into him.
tbpera
Tom Pera 2
flew over Khe Sanh many times 1968... looking for the enemy... would circle for 8 hours and fly back to Thailand..go downtown and get drunk...always respected those poor grunts in the thick of things while I was relatively safe at 16000 ft above...always felt bad flying away... always thank a marine when I see one, especially one who served in 'Nam...
btweston
btweston 2
A guy was distraught in the bathroom so three Marines ambushed him and tied him up.

Way to go, heroes. You are definitely Fox News material.

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