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#14 guillermo rivera chemas  2008-02-12 00:00
My friends of AMRC a few days ago my chief I gain a contract you for the supply of parts for Hercules c-130 for the air body of the Colombian army and it put the tares of locating all the supplies(replac ements) and supply, for Discovery's channel a few days ago I saw. A documentary of the system of storage that you do and I dare to report to me with you to know if they might give me all the supplies(replac ements) and supplies in order that our contract could work. In advance I am grateful for your attention and prompt response to them.
#13 Art Bisbee  2007-08-15 00:00
It was the #4 Engine that departed the wing, I was the FE on that flight. Great airplane, got me on the ground safe.
#12 Carlos Augusto Sans�o da Rocha  2007-05-16 00:00
Acess and look beach wears!!!
#11 Anthony Cuellar  2006-11-07 00:00
I was a crew chief on C-130E's from 1967 thru 1970. I have always wondered what happened to two of my favorite aircraft's that I was a crew chief for. Is it possible you could check the records their and tell me what happened to them. I still remember the last three numbers of each plane. The first one I ever crewed (and my favorite) was 817, I think the year it was built was 1963. the other was 838 and again, it was 1963. If you could please check your records and let me know what happened to them. Being a crew chief was the best job I ever had and to me, those planes were mine and I treated them as if they were a living thing. Thanks
#10 Waylon Westbrook  2005-01-07 00:00
I am an engine troop at Pope still and it was #4 engine that departed the aircraft. We have constant reminders everywhere we go.

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