A transparent turbine engine. Not Void Ho.
I was surprised by how little of the marker smoke it seemed to inhale. He explains that their power comes from fuel, not from volume of air.
In essence a two stroke engine... or very simular with the suck-bang-blowJet engine theory at Navy Flight School:
Suck - Bang - Blow.
Fuel can’t burn without air. Not enough air in equals compressor stall.
Turbojet engines are thirsty and require lots of fuel…but are compact (smaller diameter)
Turbofans are much more fuel efficient , but are larger in diameter (hang under wing rather the be in fuselage)
But all jet engines are air pumps, and the path to more power requires more air in. You can’t Bang and Blow unless you Suck it in…
Google Magic Carpet F-18 or F-35 for a more detailed explanation.
The choice is to land on the boat or end your naval aviation career when you ditch your $80M plane in the ocean..."Bolter" - A go around when the tailhook misses the wire, good description!!
EDIT - Probably also describes the sphincters reaction to said maneuver!!