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    Where did your Jeep take You this Week?

    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Its been several years since I've been up there. Did you see the chain bolted to the rocks? It was used fo tie off the ladder that went from the bottom to the top.

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    I did not see a chain or ladder. Either we missed it or it’s not there anymore.


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    Where did your Jeep take You this Week?

    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    I wasn’t Navy but I was in Marine aviation for 9 years... but it looks like an older version of an electric cart. Some older aircraft needed external electrical power to start the aircraft until the onboard generators came online. Electrical carts are still used to produce power for maintenance and testing without starting the motors... such as inside a hangar. I could be wrong but that’s what it looks like to me.


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    That’s exactly what it is, an APU or auxiliary power unit. You can see the cables that would plug into the aircraft laying in the cart. I worked at an airport and we just had a cart we towed around. Large aircraft typically have their own APU onboard but we’d routinely plug the cart in to different aircraft for various reasons. This version is way cooler!


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