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#1 Henry J. Rome Hank   2014-08-25 18:30
1st aircraft assigned to at Dover AFB, DE. 69-0021 was the first aircraft to break 10,000 flying hours. Also, it stalled out over Spain in 83 almost crashing, dropping several 1000 ft before pilot recovery. Many -6 inspection followed. This was a very clean and productive aircraft, crewed by numerous bases after leaving DAFB. This ole lady will be sadly missed. RIP 69-0021.
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