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#1 Joel Happeny jhappeny@cox.net  2008-08-12 00:00
1. This aircraft landed in soft dirt in Iraq in June 06 and the nose landing gear collapsed due to the soil conditions. When the nose strut collapsed it damaged to the flight control system which prevented it from being flown back to their operating location.2. The aircraft was disassembled at the site, but due to a lack of maintenance support equipment, the aircraft suffered more damage while being disassembled and it was subsequently slung back to the operating location by a USMC CH-53E, then shipped back to Hurlburt Field via C-5.
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