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#2 Manuel J. Delgado colairphotos@swbell.net  2005-11-05 00:00
CONVAIR F-106B 57-2514 was photogrpahed @ Selfridge ANGB, N.Y. on 9 Oct.1968, ADC grayW/yellow/bl ack checkered rudder, yellow arrow W/ADC enblem, 27 FIS. Photographer unknown.From COLAIR PHOTOS collection.
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#1 MSgt Dave Kuntz, 177 FW New Jersey Air National Guard   -0001-11-30 00:00
514 was one of three "B" models that ended its career with the NJANG. Around 1974 a fuel line broke in the engine bay and it survived a massive fire. It was taken out on a tractor trailer, transferred to a railcar and shipped to the depot in San Diego. After many months/years it came back and continued flying with us on a regular basis. Due to our new mission with the 20mm "Six Pack", we modified our three B models (514, 149, 155) with a beta vane, pipper electronics, and a HUD to give new Dart students a way to train with the new mission. It had a bulkhead crack and one time flight to DM in - 02:03:34 21 August 2001
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