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#4 Garry Werman   2009-09-04 00:00
I worked ths aircraft when I was stationed at Belle Chasse NAS in Louisiana. This aircraft was made as a lithographed print with the 926th tail flash and 926th and 706th patches as well as a small scaled model-both with the European paint scheme. The A-10 is a great aircraft to work on, and every hog maintainer is proud of their squadrons aircraft.
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#1 Ken Lucas boxarrow@hotmail.com  2007-08-12 00:00
I was a mechanic on the A-10 at Davis-Monthan AFB Sep 80 to Dec 82. I was in the 333 Lancers and had a great time. My aircraft tail number 680. I was there when 4each 30mm rounds cycled through the cannon. They were found near a large fuel tank at the Tucson airport. Also was there when a rookie pilot landed with gear up position. I worked on that one to get it repaired so it could be flown to the Air Force museum. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
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