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#2 Steven Hurst SSgt Ret. USAF SmokiesInkStudio@hotmail.com  2014-02-04 10:03
I too was ACC on 62-3583 "Baby" 1975 - 1978, CC 1978 - 1981 Yes Jim is right she was the best looking and best flying EC-135C in the fleet. She was the first to do EVERYTHING. We worked our tails off and then some to keep her that way. "PRIDE OF THE FLEET" "Baby" was my first aircraft to crew and nothing ever topped it. Sitting on alert, flying routine or "Real World" missions She was always tried and true.
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#1 James M. Price, MSGT (Ret.) USAF dean_of_boys@bellsouth.net  2006-11-15 00:00
I was the Assistant Crew Chief on 62-3583 AKA "Bourbon Express" in 1982-1983. She was the best looking and flying EC-135C in the fleet. We were the first ones to install the blue tanker matting that had been used on the RC-135's across the ramp. We spent many hours of overtime to keep her looking her very best. That was back in the day when SAC was king and Looking Glass was the feather in their hats. My time in the 55th OMS came to and end in 1983. But I'll never forget the flying or the alert duty as the assistant crew chief on the "Bourbon Express." Her glory days are gone as she sits in the boneyard. But in my mind she'll always remain the first aircraft I ever crewed.
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