When two U.S. Naval officers decided to create a penis drawing in the clear blue skies across Washington state two years ago using the exhaust of their jet, they apparently never thought it would spark an official probe and draw the eyes of leadership thousands of miles away in the nation’s capital, new transcripts show
In an extensive investigation report obtained by The Navy Times through a Freedom of Information Act request, the two junior officers of Electronic Attack Squadron 130 appeared to have plenty of time to kill during their 90-minute training session on Nov. 16, 2017 before a spur of the moment decision to make the sky drawing
“Draw a giant penis,” the pilot's cockpit officer said. “That would be awesome.”
Multiple people at the time sent photos into KREM2 to report the genitalia in the skies above them, with one woman complaining that she "might have to explain to her young children what the drawings were."The lieutenants responsible were not identified in the report, and it was not apparent what discipline they faced. An investigator wrote, “While the skywriting conducted by (the lieutenants) was crude, immature, and unprofessional, it was not premeditated or planned and not in keeping with their character demonstrated prior to the incident."