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#7 apn   2011-12-03 00:00
Aircraft official retired summer 2011 and is now back in the boneyard
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#6 Shawn Larson driver_down1982@yahoo.com  2010-08-18 00:00
I am the current DCC of this acft, which still belongs to the 62nd in Little Rock AFB, maintained under the 314th AMXS. She still flies well, and is about to become the wing commanders bird.
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#5 J.P. McVicker mcmpp@windstream.net  2010-08-08 00:00
I flew 62-1855 on 5 combat missions in Viet Nam during Nov-Dec '72. I was the copilot on these missions from Saigon Tan Son Nhut with the 776 TAS. My records show nothing remarkable on these 5. I arrived in May '72 and by Nov '72 I had some idea what I was supposed to be doing and how to fly a Herc. 62-1855 was good to me! 1/LT J.P. McVicker
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#4 Peter Seidel seidelp@sbcglobal.net  2008-12-10 00:00
Pulled this bad boy out of AMARC & brought it back to the 62nd at Little Rock. Last I heard, it's still there.
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#3 DANNY TURNER dannyandjennyturner@yahoo.com  2008-08-04 00:00
I was crew cheif on 62-1855 in 1967 we was flying missions in vietnam it was a good plane
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