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#2 Timothy M. McAnallen tmmcanallen@yahoo.com  2011-07-10 00:00
I was the crew chief on Balls-Five (00-5) at RAF Upper Heyford from 1974-1976.
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#1 John Winters john.winters@nyscot.ang.af.mil  2005-09-20 00:00
I was a Crew Chief on "Balls 5" @ RAF Upper Heyford assigned to Yellow "A" Flight from May74 until Apr76. Balls 5 was a great bird to work on, never a lot of problems during flight. One night, she took a bird strike (Canadian goose) down the #1 engine at the same time the wingman took one in the pilot�s windshield. Both aircraft made back to UH on emergency landing. It was a busy night since both aircraft were from our flight. I can�t remember the other aircrafts tail number that was involved. Very sorry to see it parked in the boneyard.
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