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#2 Kevin Kennedy kennedyks260@rocketmail.com  2013-03-26 18:47
Is #76-0077 a former 318th F-15 received from McChord AFB Washington? If so, I remember seeing her parked on the line in 1986... Of course back then, she had the 318th Star emblem on her twin tails. Sad to hear that she may now be scrapped.
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#1 Aaron J Hartley aaron.hartley@fljack.ang.af.mil  2007-09-15 00:00
The tail art on 76-0077 is not an eagle, it is a redhawk, the symbol of the 123rd Fighter Squadron. Trailing from the redhawk's claw is a flowing ribbon with the design of the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. All 123 FS / 142 FW aircraft of the Oregon Air National Guard carry this, including their current F-15's, and the F-4's and F-101's they flew in the past.
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