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#4 Rick Harris USAF Ret richardharris1998@gmail.com  2016-01-17 06:14
Flew on 61-0285 as a radio operator from 1983-1986 in the 10th ACCS while she was stationed at RAF Mildenhall, U.K. Great aircraft, great crews, great mission, a great time!
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#3 Robert (Bob) Wallace USAF Ret. wallace_d1@cox.net  2012-01-28 00:00
Another aircraft I crewed that is at AMARC. I was the assisant crew chief of 61-0285 from 1983 to 1985 at RAF Mildenhall. I spent alot of time at Lajes Field on alret duty. Enjoyed my time in England; came back many times as a TDY Tanker crew chief and in 1992-93 as a U2-R crew chief at RAF Alconbury. Retired at Robins AFB, GA in 1999.
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#2 Rich Binger   2011-04-05 00:00
Crewed this baby 1980-81 as a flight mechanic. Saw the conversion from J-57 to TF -33s (purchased from American Airlines). Pulled alot of alert and flew over 300 hours. Great bunch of guys from the 513th OMS worked the fleet of 61-0285, 0282, 0286 and 0291.
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#1 Mike   2008-04-03 00:00
Crewed this EC at Mildenhall and did alot of alert time with it at Lages
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