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#2 Travis England william.england@mcchord.af.mil  2005-08-12 00:00
I have a picture of me sitting on top of her UARRSI while on the ground at Roosevelt Roads NAS in Puerto Rico on my C-141B Dollar Ride in Jan 2000. We also took her to Santa Cruz and La Paz, Bolivia; Macatia, Venezuela; and Bogota, Columbia during that mission. She blew a hydraulic aileron pack on the right wing after landing at Bogota and we got a week off waiting on parts and MRT. Also flew her at RED FLAG in the summer of 2001 and got through unscathed after a week of flying low-level airdrop missions. She was a great jet to fly, but her nose liked to hunt around a bit at cruise from the FLIR mount and cheek blisters and the wiring for the SOLL II mods caused a constant buzz on the interphone. May she rest in peace.
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#1 Barry Geier big016@sbcglobal.net  2005-02-07 00:00
This aircraft first arrived from the factory at Norton AFB, CA in the late summer of 1967. Worked and flew on her from '68 to'72. Her first crew chief was Tony Sambucci who crewed her for three years. Flew a lot of hours with not a lot of down time. Hopefully she can be spared and show up at a museum. Barry Geier
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