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#3 Bob van Rooyen bjryan@mindsync.com  2014-08-30 03:07
I flew on this bird frequently as a Loadmaster. In 1976 my wife (Med Tech with the 65th AES) were married o this bird by the Wing Chaplain before take-off, then flew a local at Travis as crewmwmbers. It was a storybook wedding: Something borrowed - the Bird; something Blue (blew) - engine #2 right after take-off. Then emergency landing back to Travis
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#2 Mason Poe mpoejr1@aol.com  2008-12-08 00:00
I was the crew chief on this great acft at Wright Patterson AFB, OH. In my eyes she was the best of the fleet. i put alot of time ,blood into her. she had her bad times but she flew when they needed her too with few problems. When I watched her take off for the last time for her final resting place I lost a great friend. She flew with honor and pride for me that day. I will never forget my days working on her.
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#1 Robert Shaffer   2007-02-26 00:00
I flew on the aircraft as a passenger from Travis AFB, CA to Bangkok Thailand on 15 Oct 1968, It was commonly referred to as the Embassey Run.
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