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#5 Gene Tesmer, SMSgt USAF, Ret  2015-03-28 17:09
I also worked on 61-0274, as well as 55-3129, 57-0019, 57-0022 and 63-8048 while part of the 1st EMS at Langley. 0274 was the normally the showbird of the group and used for most TDYs, primarily to Mildenhal, UK. Always wondered what happened to them all
#4 Bob Smitter   2010-10-13 00:00
Prior to assignment at Langley, 274 was assigned to the 10 ACCS, 513 TAW at RAF Mildenhall. In those years it was designated an EC-135H. After being transfered to Langley it was modified to conform to the P designation.
#3 Anthony Reece  2008-11-30 00:00
I worked on this aircraft at Langley A.F.B. Va. from 1977 to 1980. Along with 0274 we also had 58-0007, 58-0019 and 58-0022. 007 was destroyed by fire while I was assigned there. Great airplanes!! Shame there in the boneyard.
#2 SSGT Gary Osbourne  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
#1 Dave DelCastillo (MSgt, USAF, Ret.  2006-01-09 00:00
I was the Crew Chief of 274 at Langley AFB, 6 ACCS. We were a small unit with a little known command post mission working for Cinclant. The plane, along with the rest of our small EC-135 fleet from Langley AFB were retired in 91 when the Navy E-6 took over out missin. The EC-135s in outr unit had TWA antennaes and receiver Air refueling capability.

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