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#6 Steve Wilson swilsonaps@msn.com  2006-11-06 00:00
Forner ANG member avionics instrument shop. 1971-1976 E6 WG10. Started with F105 then F106's worked many instrument problems on flight line and repaired components in shop. When in the area I always drive past runway area just relive old memories of past.Worked with Billy Griner, Jim Maheau, John Walley. Would like to here from old friends. Most are retired now.
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#5 Charles W. Haught RN chaught331@yahoo.com  2006-07-27 00:00
Gentlemen, my father, deceased, was avionics superintendent, for the NJANG's 177th FIG The Jersey Devils. I worked on the base in the 70's while in college. What a delightful surprise to see the F-106 from NJ and the LAST ONE. What wonderful memories. I'd like to also thank the History channel for it's program on your base. I can still see those 106's burning down the runway and lifting into the air. NJANG has F-16's now, but they will never be as fast as those old birds. Maybe we still need a mach2 plus interceptor on the NAFEC runway. When the second plane hit the Twin Towers on 9/11 I remember thinking where are the 106's as we discharged patients from the hospital, awaiting the injured that never came. Who could have known. Sincerely, Charles Haught RN
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#4 Curtis A Miller camiller@pro-usa.net  2004-01-09 00:00
043 was assigned to the 27thFIS Loring AFB, ME. when i was stationed there in Nov 1964 .Crew chief was Sam Statom . 043 was there until, I was reasigned in 1968,
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#3 Bob Russell c130rlr@yahoo.com  2004-01-05 00:00
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#2 Gary Wells   -0001-11-30 00:00
I worked on the MA-1 system on this aircraft (043) and 149 in Loring for the 27th and later the 83rd between Jan 68 to June 72. No real memories of 043 but will never forget the belly rack in the missle bay of 149!!! - 16:45:57 16 November 2001
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