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USAF F-16A block 10 #79-0341 with markings from the 465th FS which converted to the KC-135 in the mid 90's when they retired there F-16's to AMARC. [Photo by Phillip Kovaric]

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  • Anonymous on 2005-Aug-29 21:50:24 Anonymous said

    Eric Nazelrod

    From: Eric Nazelrod (Mon Aug 29 20:33:59 2005)
    I was the last crew chief of 79-0341 Bugs Forsyth was pilot, named, "LET’S ROCK DOC" she carried a painting of Bugs Bunny wearing a sheriff's star and drawn six shooter on the aft inside of the nose gear door. As I recall it was the only F-16 with the 507th (465th TFS) that had art. When I last visited her at AMARC in the late 90’s, she was a bare fuselage sitting in cradles but still had the nose gear door. A sad end to a good airplane. Eric Nazelrod Equipment Specialist Flight Essential Avionics 327 Sentry Sustainment Squadron (327 CSSG/GFSY)
  • Anonymous on 2005-Sep-13 21:31:53 Anonymous said

    Jon Somerville (Jon)

    Eric:

    Do you have any photos of that nose art? Please let me know:
    lockheed_f16viper@hotmail.com

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