So this jet comes down "Code 3." That pretty much means the crew thinks it's broke and can't fly another mission. Their brevity code translated into something with the ACM (climate/pressure control module thing IIRC). Our E&E guys get to debrief to talk with the crew. They shut down the ACM mid-flight because of a really foul stench about the whole aircraft. E&E finally gets a chance to run some engines and fires up the ACM. They go up there and the jet smells like a hat full of smashed ass. They get the engines running, fire up the ACM, and can't really figure it out. Then they start looking. Someone starts heading to the rear of the aircraft to figure out just where this smell was coming from. Sure enough, passing the latrine, it was strongest. Enter the latrine and there was an explosion of ass in the ****ter. Flush the ****ter, smell dissapates. Now, imagine this. Some crewmember dropped a deuce in flight. It stunk so bad the rest of the crew was disturbed by it. Person that dropped said deuce is too embarassed to admit it. So, they come in early, and call maintenance. Now we know the reason. Just how would you sign this off? We were thinking of all sorts of ways. "Discovered smell in latrine, toilet ops check good. No smell from ACM." "Smell traced to latrine, fecal matter disposed. ACM check good." "Glade Plug-In installed in Latrine. 2nd flight verification required" Super made them CND (could not duplicate) the write-up though. Funny ****, literally. 15 man-hours, at least a few hundred dollars worth of JP-8.... all because someone dropped a deuce and wouldn't own up to it.