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Posted by Guest on Tue 02 Apr 2013 12:19:02 PM CEST
Yeah, that is Ralph "Sheik" Aarts, former dutch demo pilot!
Posted by moti on Thu 20 Oct 2011 10:55:31 AM CEST
Is that Sheik, second to the right?
Posted by Guest on Thu 20 Oct 2011 12:34:21 AM CEST
I was the crew chief on 87-0248 during Desert Storm. Glad she is still flying. Please take good care of that jet!!!
Posted by Guest on Wed 12 Oct 2011 09:07:22 PM CEST
All I can say is, wow! Thanks for what you guys are still doing over there, cant believe what the both of you went thru. Cant help but laugh about the riding brakes though. Glad to see the Big 22 covers still being used(Bend over and feel the Sting!).
Posted by Guest on Thu 01 Sep 2011 04:16:52 AM CEST
This guy holds the flight records but you should see him in the desert mountains. He's like a long horned sheep always up first typically breathing normal when I reach the top, exhuasted, out of breath, wishing I were somewhere by a swimming pool.lol
You Rock Brillo
Posted by Guest on Tue 12 Jul 2011 06:34:14 PM CEST
calypso's dark secret
Calypso's Dark Secret sticker on the side of the jet is from national talk like a pirate day. We decided to name all the jets we had over there after pirate ships and what not. Just alil desert boredom.
Posted by Guest on Tue 29 Jun 2010 12:36:01 AM CEST
I was the Crew Chief of 81-0723 at Hahn Air Base, in the former West Germany, from 1984 until we upgraded to block 20 aircraft and many of the Hahn birds went to the Guard to fulfill the ADF mission in the US in 1985. Prior to departing W. Germany, this aircraft was used in Green Flag at Nellis and also participated on alert at hahn to fulfill our commitment to NATO. This aircraft also participated in breaking a USAFE surge record when the 496TFS of the 50th TFW flew 144 sorties with 18 aircraft and 35 pilots in about 12 hours in Oct 1985. Prior to this aircraft going to South Dakota, I did find a picture of this aircraft in flight with the Montana Air National Guard. Small world but it was a great pleasure to maintain and has a great history.
Posted by Guest on Fri 19 Mar 2010 12:20:51 AM CET
THE 74th FS didn't fly F-16A. We flew F-16 C/D models Block 40's.
Posted by Guest on Fri 21 Aug 2009 06:47:03 AM CEST
The 74th FS flew Blck 40 F-16C's at Pope from 1993 to 1996 before they were all moved to Cannon
Posted by Guest on Thu 28 May 2009 08:38:56 PM CEST
Keep in mind that although the pilot is from the 55th FS, I beleive this aircraft is still owned by the 77th FS. The 77th FS is still the F-16 east coast demo team and they use this aircraft.
Posted by Jon on Wed 30 Jul 2008 06:03:23 PM CEST
Photo taken by TSgt Michael Owens
Posted by Guest on Fri 25 Apr 2008 09:34:55 PM CEST
Yeah, that's a stopwatch. They use it to time some maneuvers, like the bomb-burst crossover.
Posted by Guest on Tue 20 Nov 2007 11:32:48 PM CET
Just wondering - is that a stopwatch near the HUD??
Posted by Guest on Tue 20 Nov 2007 12:42:06 AM CET
Must be an older picture. She still has her captain's bars and her helmet doesn't say "FiFi"
Posted by Guest on Mon 19 Nov 2007 12:24:32 AM CET
From left: 1st Lts. Frank Prokop, Garrett Chandler and Matthew Schroer, Capt. Ryan Lucero, 1st Lt. Luke Jones, Capts. Thomas Young and James Mixon, 1st Lt. Brian Cherolis and 2nd Lt. Jake Scott.
Posted by Asif on Mon 02 Jul 2007 09:49:34 PM CEST
The 157th Crew in the photo
Back Row: Major Hudson, Major Sams, First Lieutenant Noble Jr., Colonel Rush (169th Operations Group Commander), Major Hall, Captain Bridgers, Major Ronan, Major Motlong, Captain Miller, Colonel Noble (169th Fighter Wing Commander; Front Row: Captain Winstead, Lieutenant Colonel Pennington (157th Fighter Squadron Commander), Captain Gentile, First Lieutenant Gantt, Major Williams
Posted by Asif on Fri 22 Jun 2007 10:39:35 AM CEST
Looks like the live load ramp at Davis Monthan not TIA.
Posted by Guest on Sat 09 Jun 2007 07:43:08 PM CEST
Family photo members
Pictured are (left to right, front to back): spouses SSgts Ethan and Julie Ault; cousins TSgt Wayne and MSgt Darin Gressman; son SrA Matthew and father MSgt Dennis Holland; brothers TSgt David and CMSgt Ken McDonald; brothers LtCol Jim and Col John Spencer; son SSgt Trever and father SMSgt Stephen Vanderburg; and cousins TSgts Todd West and Ryan Niesen.
Posted by Asif on Fri 23 Mar 2007 01:41:02 AM CET
Pictured are (left to right, front to back): brothers MSgt David and SMSgt Jerome Blazevic; son A1C Ben and father Col Jay Butcher; MSgt Anne Lied (husband Capt Alek Lied not pictured); husband SMSgt Dennis Dieryck, sister to LtCol Dieryck TSgt Kerry Schaub, and wife LtCol Penny Dieryck; daughter A1C Leilani and mother SMSgt Marcia Dumancas; and brothers SrA Jacob and SSgt Caleb Keppeler.
Posted by Asif on Fri 23 Mar 2007 01:39:24 AM CET
309th FS graduates 14
From left, the graduates are: 1st Lt. Robert Pneuman, 1st Lt. Kevin DiFalco, 1st Lt. Rich Peace, Capt. Matt Shaw, Capt. Jason Hawk, Capt. Dave Snodgrass, 1st Lt. Brian Watts, 1st Lt. Greg Levenson, 1st Lt. Matt Marshall, Capt. Ed Stapanon, 1st Lt. Joshua Arki, 1st Lt. Mike Watkins, 1st Lt. Joseph Witt and 1st Lt. Scott Cheslak.
Posted by Asif on Tue 20 Mar 2007 10:00:41 PM CET
The Viper East F-16 Demonstration Team
From left: SSgt. Jeffery Williams, avionics technician; SSgt. Thomas Wilson, crew chief; SSgt. Chris Blakowski, crew chief; TSgt. Joe Moore, assitant team chief; Maj. Jason Koltes, demonstration pilot and demo team commander; MSgt. Doug Reichert, NCOIC and team chief; SSgt. Dan Wells, lead crew chief; SrA David Linenburg, crew chief, and SSgt. Brian O'Connor, avionics technician.
Posted by Asif on Thu 15 Mar 2007 10:16:28 PM CET
i was asigned to this jet as assistant crew chief at Homestead.I remember the day she first arrived and that "new car smell".She was assigned first to the 308th and then to the 307th.I do remember one stretch when she flew something like 20 straight code one missions.
Posted by Guest on Sun 03 Sep 2006 08:22:48 PM CEST
Shaw has a really nice jet on a pedestal (79 model) repainted as this tail #. I'm pretty sure it has his name on the rail. Nice tribute - the wing and inlet lites come on at night.
Posted by Guest on Fri 19 Aug 2005 03:15:41 PM CEST
I have a picture of my late brother, Major Brison "Moose" Phillips with that bird- nice to know who the "brush" belongs to.
Posted by Guest on Sun 19 Jun 2005 11:11:07 PM CEST