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#3 Bill Harwood billandcath@comcast.net  2016-12-19 22:31
I was assigned to TAWC from 85-87. 028 was the test bed. I was responsible for removing the old film cameras and replacing them with new digital cameras. Hate seeing this great bird destroyed.
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#2 SSGT Harold W Gough CountryNites@hotmail.com  2016-09-08 19:39
I arrived on station in Dec of 85 and was assigned this aircraft as the asst. Crew chief, SSGT Jim Write was her crew chief at the time. I don't recall how but I acquired her as the crew chief until about 1988 when I left the flight line and went upstairs to job control. I PCs out to England in April of 91, records show she arrived to the bone yard in Mar. Of 91. I don't remember her leaving before I did. She was a good bird, didn't fly much do to all the contract mods on her, but she looked pretty.. I have a picture on my wall in my living room standing proud at parade rest in front of her, when she was still camo green before going to desert Grey. Very proud of my time with this airplane, 64-1028. RIP. SSGT HAROLD W GOUGH..
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#1 JIM RUSSELL   2008-09-28 00:00
THIS WAS AT EGLIN. BOEING WAS ALWAYS PUTTING MODS TO IT. IT HARDLY EVER FLEW. CLAUDE GALION WAS HE CREW CHIEF, PRETTY SURE MONTY RHINE WAS THE SECOND WIPE
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