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#4 Roger Caron  2014-12-11 02:06
I crewed 2400 from 83-85. Carl Franklin the SQ CC was the pilot. Saw him again years later in Saudi. He still remembered the incentive ride he gave me in the jet. Was some good times with the 431st. Now work on JFS with P&W. And I thought the F-111 was a cool jet. How things change. I remember Doug with the oversize glasses, hey they were cool at that time.
#3 Patrick Flohe JETMECHOF7s@YAHOO.COM  2014-05-24 20:35
I remember 400 at McClellan AFB, in the 431st TES. I used to see it there, when I was visiting friends in the squadron. I remember Stephen Guzman used to be the crew chief on it, and I also remember Paul Cicero.
I did come down to their area to work on an F-111 once, but I can't remember if it was 400. It was a rigging issue, and I arrived with my civilian trainer, Clay Elderts, to fix it.
It was a nice jet, with relatively low hours on it. It's a shame that this aircraft wasn't preserved, it did an inert drop of the gun barrel bunker buster bomb, for the Gulf War effort.
#2 Douglas Hyde  2011-10-06 00:00
Like Mr. Watson's note, I was also in the 431 TES from '85-'90. As a crew chief, I sometimes worked on 400. I did a stint in QA and still have handwritten notes of a QA inspection I did on 400.
#1 Aaron Watson  2006-01-01 00:00
While I was stationed at McClellan AFB, CA from 1986-1992, this jet was assigned to the 431st Test and Evaluation Squadron. It bore a tail letter of WA for our home wing of the 57th Fighter Weapons Wing at Nellis AFB, NV.

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