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#2 Wesley V. Hilton, Ph.D. hiltonbranch@yahoo.com  2014-01-19 02:22
I worked on 7994 at Grissom. It was the only "G" model we had and it required a different method to energize the radio equipment, because some of the equipment was not used. I have a special bond with this aircraft for personal and secret reasons, and so I hate to hear that she is gone. We got rid of the Soviet Union old girl. I really wanted to visit her on a hotrod road trip. She deserved to be in a museum!
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#1 Art Gordon heelsfan1963@yahoo.com  2006-09-12 00:00
This was the last jet i crewed before i left Ellsworth in 1990, it came to us from Grisson, it was the only EC we had at Ellsworth that had white engine cowling, after the cowling had been painted it really looked good, the nose art on the jet was "Dina Mite". This jet spent a lot of time sitting on the alert pad, what a good time that was. I took this jet TDY to Mather before it closed for the navigator graduation, we went to the O club for "jock night" what a good time that was. everyone should have experienced that at least once in their career. I crewed this jet with SSgt Wayne Hunter, we had a good crew, we were always a hit when we went to Air Shows.
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