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#1 Carroll Garrison carroll.garrison@sbcglobal.net  2012-01-13 00:00
I was crew chief on 65-0721 at RAF Woodbridge in early 70's. Always a good code II aircraft. Went TDY several times with it and flew crew chief ride in Sardinia. Never had any trouble with aircraft and saw it went to Lakenheath the back to usa and ended it's flying at Ellington Field where I now work for NASA as a contractor. Air craft was always good for 2-3 flights a day if needed, Remember weapons system had some problems and once during a NATO Tac Eval we flew centerline practive B-61 and upon return crew told me could not get release so the hit jettison switch and hit target--could have been joking me, by they seemed serious at the time.
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