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#2 William G. Edwards bill.e@centurylink.net  2016-11-22 00:46
I was the Air Technician Crew Chief from 1994 to 2003 at retirement. The "Nose Art" was "Ms. Arizona" and had a Turkey added when it ingested one into the #2 engine while TDY on the East coast. The #2 engine also threw engine parts into the #1 engine resulting in both engines and respective pylons being removed and replaced. I just had an AMARG tour this month(November 2016)and unfortunately didn't see it. I also Crewed 55-3143 while 56-3638 was at its last PDM.( Didn't see it either)
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#1 Dennis Abraham abesbraves@cox.net  2012-03-19 00:00
This aircraft was part of the 161 ARW in Phoenix and we could never get it to pressurize and it sat in Phoenix for 4 yrs and then we flew it to you.
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