Look, up in the sky! That’s definitely not a bird or a plane … it’s a giant freakin’ wiener.

It was just a normal day for the local residents of Omak, which is considered to be a restricted area for military pilots; but it all suddenly changed when they looked up at the sky and were struck by what they saw.

That’s right, the U.S. Navy is taking time out of, y’know … defending the nation, to issue an apology for one seriously cocky pilot. The giant dong popped up Thursday in the sky over Washington State.

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The Maverick-wannabe who pulled the stunt hails from the Whidbey Island naval station … which prompted his superiors to say, “We find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable.”

The pilots from NAS Whidbey Island reportedly drew a “wind-borne wiener” in the sky with contrails. According to local media, some residents complained about the pilots’ “masterpiece,” saying that it was inappropriate. Meanwhile, the US Federal Aviation Administration commented on the situation, saying that there was nothing they could do, since they “couldn’t police morality.”

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Get that? IF there was “training value” in it, we’d be seeing twigs and berries all over the sky.

Aim high!!!

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It didn’t take long for the US Navy to respond:

“The Navy holds its aircrew to the highest standards and we find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable.”

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