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#6 David Hardingham dmhfl@verizon.net  2014-11-07 05:04
I was with the 1957 COM Group assigned to Blue Eagle back in 1984 which was so cool as our office was in the middle of the flight line. A funny story when we got the new base commander I ran into him and of course saluted him and then he look at my clearance badge which allowed me ever TS office on the base as I held a TS SIOP7 clearance and he said maybe I should be saluting you as he was oily cleared to less than half of them.
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#5 SSGT Gary Osbourne gary@usdol.net  2007-12-16 00:00
I worked on this aircraft from June 1981-July 1983 at Langley AFN Va. We were the 1st EMS, a small unit. We also worked on CT-39 and UH-1P Hate to see them in the Boneyard. Would love to hear from anyone there at that time. Thanks SSGT Gary Osbourne SGT Gary Osbourne
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#4 George (Mac) McClain gdmii@cox.net  2007-09-09 00:00
I worked and flew on 022 as a Crew Chief while stationed at Langley AFB '75-'76 along with Dan Wydra and Glenn Hitchcock. Great crew, great airplane. I visited DM in '98 and got some pics of 022 all propped up in the desert minus her engines and a few other parts. Took pics of 019 and 274 also. If anybody wants some pics just email me at .
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#3 Bill Aruda WILLIAM_ARUDA00@MSN.COM  2007-04-28 00:00
I too worked on this aircraft and if the guys remember it was nicknamed "Twinkle Toes" and had two little furry feet glued to the overhead panel above the Pilots seat!!!!! And too as the story went it was Maj. Mulick also known as the "Mule" that had something to do with the name.
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#2 Sanford (Sandy) Lubell Msgt/Ret. sandylubell@earthlink.net  2006-05-10 00:00
I WAS ASSIGNED TO 58-0022 FROM 1972-1974, HAS A CREW CHIEF. SHE WAS ONE FINE ACFT. I THINK MAINTAINING HER WAS HIGHLIGHT OF MY CAREER. I WAS ASSIGNED TO THE 15TH OMS, AND WORKING WITH BLUE EAGLE SQ. WHEN I SEE THESE ACFT SITTING IN THE BONEYARD IT BRINGS A TEAR TO MY EYE CAUSE I REMEMBER HER HAS A PROUD BIRD READY TO SOAR.
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