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#1 Scott Doremus scott130@hotmail.com  2016-12-05 19:29
One of 15 HC-130N models built, 5826 was originally assigned to the 67th ARRS at RAF Woodbridge, UK. The aircraft spent a majority of her service life at Woodbridge and while there, she was given the name: 'Da Hacker' around 1980. She carried artwork on the insulation of her right troop door for many years. The artwork consisted of a large axe, dripping blood and her name ('Da Hacker').
5826 spent many years supporting a rescue alert in Keflavik NAS, Iceland as part of the 67th's alert commitment out of Woodbridge.
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