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#2 Andrew Locke plocke@xmission.com  2011-12-23 00:00
I was the original Crew Chief when the aircraft was delivered to Camp New Amsterdam, NL, assigned to the 32 TFS. It was flown from Langley AFB, VA, and landed with about 100 hours. I was photographed when it was on alert duty. I was awarded Crew Chief of the Quarter, in 1979 due to the high sortie rate and high Fully Maintenance Capable (FMC) Rate attained by the aircraft. Excellent aircraft. Wish I knew where is is now.
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#1 John Groenestein john.groenestein@casema.nl  2005-04-26 00:00
This F-15 did fly in 1878 till they get the C models by the 32 TFS on Soesterberg AB
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