About

Neptunus Lex inspired a great many people to form closer relationships with people they’ve never met, via the medium of blogging. This site hopes to continue those relationships, and strengthen them.

25 responses to “About

  1. Edward

    I truly appreciate this. It is my hope that this site will carry forth Lex’s spirit not to just those of us who were part of his commentariat but also to a new generation. There is much that Lex and his followers have to share with the new generation of naval aviators, to their benefit, and to the Service and to the Nation.

  2. When I get back home, this is going on the blogroll at Old Rettired Petty Officer.

  3. Don Wasinger

    Hi Art..can you add me to the list please?

    Thanks

    Don Wasinger

  4. I love that we have this place for all the Lexian Heroes and Villains to come and play. I don’t know how much the Hobbit or those at Chez Lex read the postings at NepLex, but somehow this site lets me believe that we’re staying in touch with them also. They’re family to us all, and you don’t let go of family. Ever…

  5. Hey, Mongo! Did I miss much?

    • Oh just a wee bit, Bub. Fuzzy done got herself engaged the other day. Lessee…there’s a cuppla other things been going on, but you’ll have to poke through and do some reading.
      Rumor has it we’re going to Sandy Eggo (again) in July for a get-together at Shakespeare’s.
      At any rate, pop a top and enjoy yourself a cool one. Good to see you!

  6. Edward

    Please note that Lex’s blog site is now gone! I get “server not found” when I access http://www.neptunuslex.com

    I hope that somebody has archived his entire site.

  7. OldSchool

    TheNews notes that China has landed a jet on their carrier. No word if it was a 3-wire OK underscore. The ‘first’ does not mean they are close to operational, but they are moving along that path.
    Any observations/comments? I recall The BlogFather had offered a few fine observations, back when China purchased the vessel.
    OBTW – is that merely an odd paint job, or is that jet peeling paint in many places, revealing a gray primer?

  8. Acts healthcare are brighter with it

  9. The Mothership is down. 404.

  10. Madhu R

    neptunuslex.com is still down 😦

  11. Susan Lucas

    Re post seven days in the arctic a painting at the cia museum. (project cold feet) I would like to let you know Captain Leonard Leschack from that mission is still very much alive and well. A book was published called Project Coldfeet a few years ago co written by Captain Leschack for any one wanting further information.

  12. Frank Ch. Eigler

    The Internet Archive has at least a partial snapshot of the mothership.
    https://web.archive.org/web/20131125035127/http://www.neptunuslex.com/

  13. OldSchool

    Perhaps I missed this earlier, but the NTSB probable cause of The Crash is out:
    http://www.ntsb.gov/aviationquery/brief.aspx?ev_id=20120307X13644

    deficient ATC, low instrument proficiency, and pressure to complete the mission. Controller/Pilot/HQ …. all the holes aligned in the swiss cheese again.

    Note that ATAC lost another pilot & plane a few days ago = 3 in 3 years. Not beating on ATAC but … the picture is what it is.

  14. SJBill

    Surprised to guys didn’t do a Happy Birthday post to his Lexness. He’da been about 54, yesterday.

  15. redneckgeezer

    Great to read even a snippet of something related to Lex. We never met, but corresponded on several occasions. I hope his wife and children are well. I’ve kept them in my prayers these last few years.

  16. James Schlaich

    Do you have Clive Stephens current emai? Jim Harlow was a good friend of my Uncle Les Schlaich in the 91st Bomb Group. Bob Schweitzer in the posted photo of the crew was their original pilot. Les was the engineer/top turret gunner on Harlow’s crew. Anyway putting together a book for my uncle’s daughter on his days flying B-17s in WW II.

  17. J.Johnson

    I had archived rhythms some time ago, but started working on some of the other navy posts from wayback. Then I found yours. Let me know if this is helpful.
    http://www.frenzy.cc/~jester/rhythms//tmp/

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