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#4 Crystal Miller Arel crystalarel@gmail.com  2013-06-13 02:25
I was a young airman and crew chief on 63-8055 1982-1984 with a great crew at Hickam AFB HI. Those were great days, I often wonder what everyone is up to these days. Pulled alerts at March AFB in those days and flew many overseas flights to include Philippines, Korea, Okinawa, Wake Island and Guam. My head crew chief at the time was a local Hawaiian, Ed Valdez I think his name was. We carried com, VIPS and stewards on our flights. Love to catch up to my old crew.
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#3 Robert E Cotton rcotton11@nc.rr.com  2011-05-10 00:00
I flew many missions on 63-8055 while assigned to National Emergency Airborne CommandPost at Andrews AFB, as communiucations crewmember, from Jul 1971 to Mar 1974.Other a/c were 63-0056 and 63-0057. These birds were spit and polish all the way andhighly maintained. Ferried many VIPs to far east and Europe. We had our private alert
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#2 Robert E Cotton rcotton11@nc.rr.com  2011-05-10 00:00
Correction to comments on 10 May 11. Other a/c should read 63-8056 and 63-8057.
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#1 Gary Moland, MSgt (Ret) gdmoland@q.com  2008-08-15 00:00
I was crew chief of 63-8055 somewhere between 1983 and 1986 at Hickam AFB, HI.Is the aircraft still in one piece and if so, do you have any photos? Thanks
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