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#2 William Litton   2017-04-04 01:12
I was the crew chief that spent the last 6 months working on it to get it flying. It had a lot of new panels with only primer after it flew for 2 weeks it went into paint barn. I was wing crew chief of the year for working on it.
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#1 Steve Granlund granlund1@yahoo.com  2006-04-13 00:00
This jet was a "hangar queen" when I got to Cannon AFB in 1981. A couple of years later, somebody decided that it should fly again. It took us (Weapons Shop), and everyone else a year to put her back together. When 161 got on the flying schedule, EVERYBODY LINED THE RAMP TO WATCH HER GO!! We went nuts as she lifted off successfully! It's good to know that it never crashed after putting so much time & effort into the "reconstruction ."
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