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#11 John Hart jth12301@comcast.net.  2012-02-05 00:00
I was crew chief on this plane 1986-90 Edwards afb.
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#10 Tom Johnson airdog115@hotmail.com  2011-12-06 00:00
If memory serves me correctly this aircraft was stationed at Bitburg Air Base Germany in 1976. It was part of the first cadre of F-15's stationed in Europe fresh out of the factory. I was a Crew Chief stationed at Bitburg during this time. 36th OMS C- Flight , Yellow Section and my Tab Vee was 65... 76-0139 I think was in A-Flight (Blue Section) My next duty assignment was Warner Robins with 2955th CLSS and I believe I saw this aircraft come through Robins for it's first Depot Visit. Anyway, I got to work on this aircraft when the Metal was new and the Paint was fresh! At any rate I know I was part of a crew which Visited Biburg in 1978 and performed a package of 27 different Modifications to the fleet at Bitburg and Camp New Amsterdam Holland. 76-0139 would have been on our list of airframes to modify. Hope this helps in your history quest. Any questions , feel free to contact me. Tom
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#9 Wes Propst wrpropst1@windstream.net  2010-11-07 00:00
I remember this plane from Robins depot in the early 2000s. Great that I had a hand in making this bird fly.
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#8 Matthew Lavasanipour dorks07@yahoo.com  2008-01-06 00:00
I was the last crew chief of this aircraft before it went to the bone yard.
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#7 Michael Marquez michael.marquez@maotis.ang.af.mil  2007-12-01 00:00
I worked on this jet as an Avionics technician from 83-87 and I remember this jets capabilities with the -220 engines when they were new. It is sad to say (as was said above), that this jet has gone to the boneyard.
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