The company where I work is in the Aerospace industry. A couple of years ago, corporate gave each employee a little rubber airplane with the company logo on it. One of our test engineering employees came up with a delightful way to deploy those cute little airplanes, on the cabinet next to his desk, often using his desk as overflow. He obviously got a whole bunch more of those little airplanes, and he labeled his space the “Fuji(i) Memorial Airport”. He has arranged his planes in dozens of interesting configurations. Herewith, the Airport.
The sign may be hard to read: When Planes Attack 3. Notice that our planes attack with a smile!
The two below are part of a set
Saint Patrick’s Day, Planes pay their respects to the Leprechaun
This one was arranged on a day when it snowed and was 28 degrees outside
Lining up for Takeoff. See the runway markers?
With a very large Hat Tip to Test Engineer Wes Fuji. Keep the Airport Coming!