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#13 Robb Hodges  2012-08-26 00:00
I still have the basic aircrew wings my Chief Nurse gave me at USAF Reg Med Ctr Clark in 77 as she notified me I was selected for Special duty as SEI494 (Air Evac). Thanks Col T. I was fortunate to fly every red tail in inventory at Scott, Clark, R/M GE and logged thousands of hours. In dire situations, I learned to also to do many of the DCC/FCC jobs (refuel, post flight inspections, APU start) when they were 'ill' from the night before. She was an AWESOME aircraft and thanks to MX, very dependable! Never hauled wine from California on the 1614/444/1416; Coors beer from Colorado on the 636; lobsters from Maine during the 611/116. We never ordered fresh fruit from Florida on the 622 during the middle of winter or Sub sandwiches from Marie's on the 611/116. Per diem was $7 and change for a full days mission or $26 for a 2-day. A 3 day brought enlisted nearly $33 for a 3 day. We had all the Chase and Sanborn coffee we could drink but the acft water made for NASTY coffee!
#12 Annette Dossett  2010-09-13 00:00
I flew on the C-9A medivac from 1997-2006 as a flight mechanic/FCC. I had the pleasure of flying on every tail number and I landed in every state and many airfields overseas. I saw the entire world from the cockpit of these C-9's. I was sad to see them go but I have the memories. The best 9 years of my life!
#11 Dave Murphy  2010-06-14 00:00
Wow! What memories. I was stationed at Scott from 1982-1995 assigned to the 375th CAMS for a good part of it. I flew as a Flight Mech from 1986-1995 until I was sent to the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot. I logged over 5,000 hrs on the C-9A...had more fun than God allows (FMBBC). Anyone with news of reunions or veterans of the units involved are welcome to contact me.
#10 Jon Stacy  2010-03-07 00:00
I was assigned to the 375th TRNS/TROS & TROO, from 1994 to 1998. I ramped or fleeted every C-9 in the fleet, to include the C-9C's. '933 was one of our birds. Cleaning them after an Evac or prepping them prior to departure, was something that had to be done. Today, I sit here looking at pictures of their current dispostions, and it's heartbreaking. Remembering correctly... '933 was a good bird, MXS didn't have many problems with it, as they did with '932.
#9 William G. Wray  2010-03-06 00:00
Started my AF career as a crew chief on the C-9. Crewed 932 first working for TSgt James Kesterson. Moved on to 934 and eventually in the five years there, worked and flew as a flight mech on all of them.

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