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#2 TSgt Carl D. Hayden, 89th AS carl.hayden@wpafb.af.mil  2013-01-09 22:07
Two weeks before our crew delivered this C-141C to Davis-Monthan I flew with another crew on a down range mission on this tail. WPAFB to Dover AFB, Ramstien AB, crew rested. We flew her to Balad, Iraq dropped off some cargo, then AE reconfigured her for patients. Back to Ramstein crew rested and then either back to Dover or Andrews. The day we walked away from this jet on 16 June 2005 was very sad because I recalled how this jet took us to the war and back just two weeks prior. Everyone who flew her still misses her.
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#1 SMSgt Franklin P. Laning franklin.laning@wpafb.af.mil  2005-08-01 00:00
The first C-141 I flew starting my Reserve career as a flight engineer in 1976. It was an A model then, also flew it as a B&C model. Flew it to AMARC on its last flight. A sad occasion. Hate to see the fleet go. It's a great airplane!
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