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#1 MSgt Craig Parsons, USAF (Ret)  2007-06-16 00:00
The T-39B was a truely unique airplane. The complete difference from the T-39A model that was so easy to maintain. The general maintenance hours to flight hour was 47 to 1. From B-52 engine driven hydralic pumps (a nightmare) to the AC power system (a nightmare) to the entry door (bad dream). They were TOTALLY different to the T-39A. The only thins the same were the wings and general shape of the body. I still liked the aircraft and flew as a crew chief several times. Even when the door seals burst. One of us had to fly on any trip over 150 miles. No one else knew how to fix them. There are many stories about the T-39B. Please contact me if you want more on the aircraft.

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