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#5 Don Davis bevdondavis@yahoo.com  2013-04-24 18:49
I was the Crew Chief on this Acft in the early 70s.
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#4 Brian Bentley   2009-09-07 00:00
Prior 79th TFS/AMU, 20th TFW, RAF Upper Heyford , UK. Bravo flight
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#3 Lindell Smith lsmith@artesianm.com  2007-10-11 00:00
I remember the jet landing nose gear up at Cannon in '94 with my name on the gear door. The same pilot who landed it that way took it on it's first FCF after nearly 18 months of rebuild.
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#2 Harley H Fields united_states_phantom@yahoo.com  2006-10-02 00:00
I was the crew chief of this aircraft for a short time when i was stationed at Heyford I also help send thes aircraft to the base and then followed them over when they had about half of their aircraft.
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#1 Manuel J.Delgado colairphotos@swbell.net  2005-11-05 00:00
CONVAIR F-111E 68-0072 was photographed @Cameri "Tiger" meet 1988. It was green/brown W/black undersurfacse, black UH code. Tiger on rudder & yellow/black "Tiger" rudder tip. Pgotographer unknown. From COLAIR PHOTOS collection.
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