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Posted by Guest on Sat 15 Jun 2013 06:30:42 PM CEST
I was a crew chief on NA 80-0485 from 1985-1989 429th AMU Part of 474 TFW Nellis AFB Nv. Good times.
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Posted by Guest on Mon 03 Jun 2013 09:23:16 AM CEST
Things got real interesting when we arrived at the UAE. We had just barely arrived before the jets arrived and our equipment still had not arrived when the jets started to land.So we had to use whatever tools that we had on our persons to catch and to re configure the jets to a combat ready mode. The jets unlike the ground crews flew straight through from Shaw.
Posted by Guest on Wed 29 May 2013 08:14:44 AM CEST
To the best of my knowledge this nose art still exists.The Panel that it was on was removed from the jet shortly after our return to Shaw. Am not sure what happened to it when the 17th Hooters were deactivated and was reactivated as the 77th Gamblers.
Posted by Guest on Wed 29 May 2013 08:03:47 AM CEST
The bat emblem came from what we were called while working out of the TAB-V's. Our Tab-V was known as the Bat Cave. The Crew Chief of this jet Tsgt Patnod if I can remember properly did the art.
Posted by Guest on Wed 29 May 2013 07:57:42 AM CEST
This was my jet during Desert Shield, Desert Storm. Tsgt John Ingham (Ret in 1997). The 17th TFS is now the 77th Gamblers.
Posted by Guest on Wed 29 May 2013 07:53:15 AM CEST
79-343 Crew Chief/ Jan. 1981- May-1982
I was assigned this jet during the dates above. Bill Riggsbee was the primary crew chief and I assisted. The jet was assigned to me when Bill was reassigned. May 9 1982, I sustained severe injuries from a motorcycle accident which had me convalescing during the time of the accident. It was heartbreaking. I have the IFF antannae from this jet when it was hit by lightning strike at a TDY deployment in Chicopee Falls, MA. This picture gives closure to one of the finest sortie and performance jets in the 474th Squadron.
Posted by Guest on Sat 25 May 2013 02:55:44 AM CEST
There is no Iranian flag on this jet because Iran did not place its order for the F-16 until October 27, 1976. The rollout of this aircraft was on October 20th. The Iranian flag was not removed in this photo, because it hadn't been painted on yet. The Iranian flag was removed with the fall of the Shah in 1979.
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Posted by Guest on Wed 22 May 2013 10:06:22 PM CEST
Stationed there 1986-1993
Posted by Guest on Sat 18 May 2013 03:56:21 AM CEST
Stationed there Sep 1999 - Sep 2000. Good assignment.
Posted by Guest on Sat 18 May 2013 03:44:45 AM CEST
My nehpew, Joe Matney" was the Crewchief for this bird at this time. Proud as hell of you buddy.
Posted by Guest on Fri 17 May 2013 11:27:27 PM CEST
637 was already an ADF jet when this shot was snapped. The B models got the airborne ID light but not the AIFF Bird Slicers or distinctive blister at the base of the tail that the A's did.
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Posted by Guest on Sun 12 May 2013 10:50:53 PM CEST
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Posted by Guest on Sat 11 May 2013 12:28:30 PM CEST
I was also part of this ground crew for the post phase run, and can say without a doubt that ssgt lopez did nothing wrong! In fact he practiced some very quick decision making in that he engages nosewheel steering and avoided running into the A10 hangars that neighbor nose dock 7 at eielson. People need to get there facts straight before acting like they know anything. If you don't believe that I was there, check the records, SrA Scott Fronek.
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This was my Baby for 11 years at MANG!
Posted by Guest on Fri 03 May 2013 03:59:40 AM CEST
Looks great - always try to catch a glance when I'm driving past it on Mopac.
Posted by Guest on Thu 02 May 2013 04:42:22 AM CEST
Sad picture. This was an excellent, code 1 flying machine!
Posted by Guest on Wed 01 May 2013 04:44:48 AM CEST