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#6 Chuck Carnahan  2010-02-18 00:00
I started as an ART with the 932nd at Scott AFB in Feb. 1981. I became the crew chief of 961 in June of 1981. I held that position until 1989.
#5 Chuck Carnahan  2010-02-18 00:00
Correction to my above blog...I worked on the C-9A until 1995, not 1985.
#4 Tim Wilcox  2006-08-21 00:00
I was the last Crew Chief for this jet before it retired. I also was an FCC with it for some time. I always had a great time and still have fond memories. It was one of manyC-9's responsible for bringing many sick and wounded men and women home from combat or overseas. This was my first jet and still is in my opinion the best one out of the fleet(I am biased however)
#3 Richard L."Butch" Roth  2006-02-18 00:00
I was the crew chief and flight mechanic on this aircraft for almost 2 years. It was some of the most rewarding time in my life. It was an honor to take our soldiers to hospitals close to their homes during the Vietnam years. I crewed 961 from about Feb. when it was delivered until I got out of the USAF in 71. I was a Staff Sergent at the time. We had a great air crew on all of the birds back then. All the pilots, mechanics and medical crew had a family atmosphere and we got together after flights to eat oyters and lobster we would pick up at the different stops along the way. I will always remember those days as some of the best of my life. Butch
#2 james gyocum  2006-01-09 00:00
formally known as 9sicko when the apu is started it makes a loud burp or as the 375 maintence said it would fart]

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