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#4 Stan Soper 4sopers@charter.net  2010-12-25 00:00
Working on this bird in Greenville for delivery to Pakistan ! Airplane will live on to defend Freedom , another day ! Cheers, Stan
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#3 Mark Wilde mhwilde@yahoo.com  2007-10-19 00:00
Trip to see her still wearing the PJ tail code. I remember when we sent her from Whidbey to AMARC back in 96. We retired a whole slew of 158's about that time, and if I had to guess I'd say that's 158506 next to her. Interesting to see the sale finally went through. She was slated for Pakistan when we sent her down to AMARC over 10 years ago. I remember every phase we were changing at least one turbine due to damage sustained flying in Desert Storm. The sand just tore the heck out of the motors. Sad to see her go.
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#2 Jeff Frey p3superb@aol.com  2007-02-15 00:00
This aircraft made a stop in Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay MCAF on 14 Feb 2007. Heading on its way to Pakistan??? ADB was a trip to review. All in green mafs, no NALCOMIS. Still had Specials for 56, 112, 224 Day inspections, instead of the ISIS type inspections we do now. 9 of the 10 "A" sheets were dated in `1996.
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#1 Dennis Pluskota orionfe@sbcglobal.net  2006-09-20 00:00
This is the VP-9 PD-2 assigned to replace the PD-2 (159892) lost at sea in 1978. I had a lot of hours in this airplane on deployment to Adak in 1985, and on a subsequent deployment to Misawa/Cubi in 1986/1987.
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