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#12 Coy Cook   2009-03-14 00:00
I was a flight nurse assigned to the 9th AES, Clark AB, RP in the early 80's. Flew alot of missions on 585. Great aircraft, got the job done and she never let us down! Sad to see her as is, but you fullifled your mission. It's was a pleasure to serve and I'll never forget!
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#11 Coy Cook   2009-03-14 00:00
I was a flight nurse assigned to the 9th AES, Clark AB, RP in the early 80's. Flew alot of missions on 585. Great aircraft, got the job done and she never let us down! Sad to see her as is, but you fullfield your mission. It's was a pleasure to serve and I'll never forget!
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#10 Coy Cook   2009-03-14 00:00
I was a flight nurse assigned to the 9th AES, Clark AB, RP in the early 80's. Flew alot of missions on 585. Great aircraft, got the job done and she never let us down! Sad to see her as is, but you fullfield your mission. It's was a pleasure to serve and I'll never forget!
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#9 Arden Sargent   2009-01-05 00:00
I flew on this bird many hours over the pacific with the 9th AES, cant remember if this was the one we flew into Viet Nam in the 80's. Also, it was the aircraft I had my fini flight on. Alot of crews, alot of hours and alot of lasting memories for all.
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#8 Fred Lazaga   2008-12-14 00:00
I worked this aircraft at Clark AB as a Radar technician back in the '80s. Good aircraft.
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