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posted there is-mentioned the use of a aircraft TOILET!!

can anyone tell me what that is and why use Smiler it??


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Good question, Doug! I have heard of marine toilets (a rope and a pail!) maybe the A/C version is just a bunch of zip lock bags? (Bombs away?) ROTFLMAO

I suspect it may be one of the self contained types that have the blue water that circulates in a removable holding tank? A camping style Porta Potti? Not much room for a holding tank on the pickup camper...

These are sometimes used in small boats also.

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My first job out of college was with Douglas Aircraft in Long Beach. I always called myself the head engineer, I never designed any of the toilets, I did do some of the sheet metal holding them in place. complicated little buggers and expensive.

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