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#2 Lt Col Ret Paul J. Ribarich pribarich@cox.net  2016-02-19 05:03
70-2416 was the first aircraft in the USAF inventory to bear my name as the aircraft commander on the left nose wheel door while I was assigned as a captain to the 494TFS RAF Lakenheath, UK in the early 1980s. I had the opportunity to fly the aircraft several times and I possess an oil painting which depicts 416 in flight at low level over a loch in Scotland. This represents very familiar territory for an "aardvark" driver stationed in England and is a constant reminder of dedication and service rendered to our country by the aircrews and maintainers connected with this magnificent aircraft.
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#1 James Strickland   2010-07-26 00:00
I was the ADCC of this aircraft from April 1991 to March 1992. I brought her to Zaragoza Ab, Spain for a month long TDY. Best ever! Had no problems with her! When I was original assigned to her, she had 2 pages of 781K's. Two months later, I had only AWTing TCTO's in the K's. The only write-ups I ever had were INS, and we all know about that unstable system.
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