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#2 DENNIS JONES hillbillymech@yahoo.com  2009-12-09 00:00
GOOD FLYING ACFT. DESPITE HAVING A SLIGHTLY CROOKED EMPANNAGE FROM A LIGHT TOWER FALLING ACROSS THE BACKBONE ABOVE THE APU.YOU COULD SEE THE SHEETMETAL DOUBLERS FOR THE EXTERNAL FUSELAGE REPAIR.EXTRA ELEMENTS OF TRIM INCORPORATED IN THE RUUDER SO SHE WOULD FLY STRAIGHT.TOOK HER TO RED FLAG AT MARCH AFB. IN JAN. '88 FOR 6 WEEKS - FLEW WITHOUT A HITCH.ASSIGNED TO MINOT AFB. DURING '85 TO '89.
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#1 Ron Regina hortonheat02@yahoo.com  2006-12-12 00:00
Had to have a few degrees of permanent rudder trim put in by depot because of a bent backbone due to a taxi mishap into a light tower.
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