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2632) Ken Millahn 
Location:
Northern NJ
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Monday, December 24, 2012 14:31 Host: pool-72-76-138-43.nwrknj.east.verizon.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi to all and Merry Christmas. Stationed at McGuire from 1976-1986. 438th OMS,30th MAS,732nd MAS. Stewart ANG 1986-1989 QC. Hope the New Year brings everyone Good Luck!! I need some been out of work 1.5yrs!! Many happy memories in the USAF
2631) TSGT. JERRI L. BLANCHETTE 
Location:
ROCK CREEK, TEXAS
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SOOO GOOD TO SEE THE OLD FRIEND THAT SAFELY TRANSPORTED ME TO SO MANY PLACES. IT HAS BROUGHT BACK SUCH A RUSH OF MEMORIES. I WAS A FLIGHT ENGINEER AT McCHORD IN THE 4th AND 7th SQUADRONS FROM 85-95. WRITE BACK IF YOU REMEMBER TOO. HAIL THE STARLIFTER! GONE, BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.
2630) Steven E. Brown 
Location:
North Port Fla
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Hello to all Flight Engineers station with 437 MAW, 20 MAS from Oct 78 to Jan 85
2629) Bill Schneider 
Location:
United States
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Flew with 8 MAS (McChord) as Navigator from October 1974 to March 1977...have lost track with most colleagues from that time period...retired in northern Kentucky.
2628) Charles R. Thompson Jr. (Chuck) 
Location:
Peachtree City, Georgia
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Monday, December 17, 2012 04:06 Host: adsl-074-184-212-233.sip.asm.bellsouth.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Love the C-141 will go through my pics and send them your way. 6AS FE.

Andy Roberts Send E-mail Thursday, January 3, 2013 16:32
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Heh Chuck, what about your time in the 8th and 15th. Good to here from you.
2627) John C Perkins 
Location:
McChord AFB
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was on the 621 OMS from 69-72, flight line mechanic crew chief

Gary Forner Send E-mail Monday, December 17, 2012 01:58
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John, I was with the 621 OMS from August 66 to Jan 70, B Flt, worked grave shift on 60157. Welcome and it is nice to know that there are still some of us 621 OMS guys out there.

Paul D Brewer Send E-mail Tuesday, December 18, 2012 01:31
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John,
I was with the 621st OMS from October 1966 until March 1970. I was part of the ground crew on aircraft 59413 for a few years, John Feathers was the Crew Chief. John Hodgdon was also on our crew. Finished my last two years at McChord in the Support Group.

bruce olson Send E-mail Tuesday, December 18, 2012 15:07
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was in the 621st (later 62oms) from fall of 66 to spring of 70.worked graveyard in the iso docks, on the line on 40609 and later on the lox servicing team. really enjoyed the nw.

Harold Utphall Send E-mail Tuesday, December 18, 2012 23:16
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Harold Utphall ( Tim ) I was with the621st OMS April 1966 until Feb 6th 1969. Got out 8 months early. Worked the flight line on C crew, aircraft 60139. Reece Young was the crew chief, Jon Koivu, Leroy Taylor, Dennis Green, Ron McCannon ???, Scotty ???,Russell ???,Lindsey ???. Then worked the last with the support group. We live in Margaret, Alabama now.
2626) Lee Malone 
Location:
Florida
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707th ALS/MAS airdrop LM Charleston AFB. C-17 LM 300th ALS CAFB.
2625) Ken Clarke 
Location:
Farmington NM
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I spent 12 years as a Jet mechanic/Flying Crew Chief at Charleston AFB. Fantastic bird. Was sad to see the bird at Primal air museum in the shape it was. I have loads of pics and stories from my experiences.

Barry Geier Send E-mail Wednesday, December 5, 2012 17:01
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At least 70013 at Pima didn't make it to the grinder shop down the block. If you get a chance see 50257 at March AB museum off of interstae 15 in Riverside, CA.
2624) Ian Macmillan 
Location:
United Kingdom
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On 23 November 1972, exactly 40 years ago, I flew my last C-141A sortie - a night CAM mission from Travis onto the Silurian DZ in the Mojave - thus ending my 26 month Exchange Tour with the 86th MAS and 60th Wing DOXT. I had been given the privilege of serving as the first non-USAF Navigator on the 141 and, as my successor went to the C-5, I believe I may have been the only one to do so. (That was not planned as my last trip. Two nights earlier I'd set off to do an initial LIne Check around 'the system' on one of the many Lt Col Navs being returned to flying back then. That came to a sudden end when we experienced a rapid decompression on levelling at FL 350, enforcing a return to base - my only significant incident in some 1250 hours.) I still recall those days, the people, and our magnificent aircraft, with pride and pleasure. My thanks to all who made it such a memorable experience!
2623) Steve Ullmann 
Location:
Panama City, FL
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(2623) Great Website! I was a FE at McChord (8th MAS) 1985-1995. Great times flying the "tube of pain" across the globe with fellow crewdogs! Left McChord to fly the E-4B at Offutt from 1995-2002. Finished career in 2007 at Tyndall as a 1st Sergeant. Send me an email if you want to say hello.
2622) Richard Crowder 
Location:
Ball Ground GA
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Monday, November 19, 2012 12:50 IP: 38.110.43.148 Write a comment Send E-mail

I flew as a loadmaster on the first 141's that arrived at Travis AFB. I had been flying the C130E until they arrived. What a difference. Many memories of those days. I will go through my old pictures and post them when I can.
2621) Ray Hill 
Location:
Charleston, SC
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I was a Crewchief on the 141 from 1989 until 2003 at Charleston AFB.
2620) L.E. La Magdeleine,Jr. 
Location:
Polo,IL.
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Happy Veteran's Day to all past, present and future veterans, and especially those who have gone before us.
2619) Eddie Harvey 
Location:
Greenville, SC
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I was at Travis from 1966 tp 1970. My last job was Crewchief on 650239.
2618) Bob Powell, CMSgt, USAF(Ret) 
Location:
Camden, NY
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(2618) Glad to see such a great tribute site for the Starlifter! I was NCOIC of the 514th MAW Flight Medicine Office at McGuire in the mid-1970s and medical crew member. My responsibilities included evaluation of crew morale, TDY quarters, environmental systems, etc. As such, I had access to the flight deck and often sat in the Nav seat during CONUS flights. It was one of the best assignments in my 35 year AF career.

Your article of the crash in GB in 1976 hit home, as I knew almost all of the crew members on that aircraft.

On a lighter note, I saw three C-141s when stationed at Stewart AFB, NY in 1967. I was watching activities on the flight line and they were taxiing for takeoff. It was the first time seeing them and a big thrill. I found out later from my boss that they were were taking West Point cadets home during a break and I often wondered how many chose the AF on graduation and became C-141 pilots.

Keep up the great work!
Thanks for keeping the memories alive of this fantastic bird.
2617) Charles R. Fuller 
Location:
Hooks, Texas
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I was just told about this web site. I hope to locate others that were at McGuire at the same time. I was at McGuire in the 438th FMS from 1969-76.

Mike Ehrhardt Send E-mail Monday, November 12, 2012 17:52
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Hey Charles! Was stationed at McGuire 73 to 77. Worked in the AMS Electric shop... Recently talked to George Levanduski and Dan Everling...I don't remember you but these two guys were quite popular at the time, maybe you remember them! Nice to hear from you! Mike Ehrhardt

Ed Gigliotti Send E-mail Tuesday, April 9, 2013 06:06
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I also was at McGuire 72 to 76 438 FMS Hydraulics.
2616) C. Keith Blakeley 
Location:
Swansea IL
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Just discovered the site. Love it! I see so many names I'd long forgotten. I flew as a Nav in the 76th at CHS from 76 - 84. Some 4200 hours, mostly low and fast. I do miss it.....
2615) Rick Carter 
Location:
Charlotte NC
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I started with the A model in 1978 and spent most of my time in the C-141B. I was in the 41 MAS in Charleston from 1978-1982 and then Altus from 1982-1985. I went to the MAC briefing team for a year and got into the reserves in Charleston from 1986-1999. In 1995 our squadron switched to C17s. The C-141 is still my favorite airplane.

harald roll Send E-mail Thursday, November 15, 2012 18:38
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Hi there Major Carter. Well back then you were a major. We repaired your aircraft in Antiqua back in the day! Bleed down OOL. We spent four days tracking it down. Remember? Retired Harald Roll
2614) Scotty M. McCullough 
Location:
United States
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Assigned to Test Cells, Norton AFB, 1968-1972. Great engine, most over powered A/C untill stretched. Loved this bird.
2613) Dave Marcrander 
Location:
United States - Sammamish, WA
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I look forward to connecting with some of my former C-141 Charleston & McChord teammates.
2612) Billy Joe Canter, Jr. (Joe) 
Location:
Sevierville TN
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Being the son of Tsgt Bill Canter I really appreciate what you are trying to do and have been wanting to head up to the crash site myself. Your info will help me immensely. Thank you very much

Steve Broander 41mas FE. Send E-mail Tuesday, December 4, 2012 19:45
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I flew with you dad several times, He was a great guy and a good friend.

George Liley Send E-mail Friday, July 12, 2013 19:50
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I was your fathers roommate when he went to the Basic C-141 Flight Engineer course in 77-78. He was a very good man with strong family values. I later became stationed at Altus AFB. His memory still goes through my mine every once in while. God Bless You and the rest of his family.
2611) Larry A. Toler 
Location:
KATL
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I was a pallet pusher from '90 to '94 at both MHZ and RMS. I almost got hit by a flying 463L as a result of jet blast from a 141. That was a most exciting shift briefing. I do miss the 141's, though. I saw video of 141's being scrapped and it was pretty sad.
2610) Phyllis Neumann 
Location:
Fort Wayne, Indiana
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I was assigned to the 437th MAW (MAC) at Charleston AFB 1967-1968 in the protocol section passenger service. We had many 141's come through there... my association with them was to greet VIPs and more so 'blue bark' families on the return of their fallen family members.

I've been unsuccessful looking for a 437th alumni website where I can try to find some of my coworkers at the 437th. Any leads are greatly appreciated.
2609) Ron Murray 
Location:
Norman, OK
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Great web site!
At the time of the Cam Ranh Bay C-141 crash in 1967 I was a USAF Rescue helicopter pilot stationed at CRB. I was on alert the night of the crash and one of the pilots who rescued one of the two survivors. After searching for several days I picked up the IP who didn't survive. Our PJs used scuba gear to extract the remaining crew members.

The story of the Crew Chief that I picked up that night is extraordinary. His seat belt was torn loose and he was thrown into the galley. The aircraft immediately went straight to the bottom in 65 feet of water and filled up with water, I suppose because the fuselage broke near the tail. The CC swam up to the hatch above the stairs into the cockpit but couldn't get it open so he swam the 70 feet or so back to the rear of the aircraft and then 65 feet to the surface where we found him hanging onto a bucket of some kind. The amazing part of the story is that he was severely injured with a broken sternum, pelvis, arm and other injuries as I remember. Amazing Grace I think!!

In 1969, ironically, I crossed trained into the C-141 and flew that great aircraft as an AC until 1976 when I left the Air Force.

Harold Humphries Send E-mail Friday, November 9, 2012 21:31
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I remember that when that happen,the spoiler handle was in the landing position on take off, spoilers came open. Stalled on take off
Harold Humphries Travis AFB 1966-1970 crew chief 65-0256
2608) jacky goucher 
Location:
billerica ma&now springHill fl
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thanks for a great site brough back a lot of great memories was at travis 65-69 worked on the Golden bear out of dock 1014 if tom and gary are out there hi

Bonnie Falla Send E-mail Tuesday, January 1, 2013 04:13
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Is this John Goucher who was friends with Falla and Molezzo? If yes, please email me for more information.
2607) James Wilder 
Location:
Martinez, Ca.
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I was stationed on C-141A's from 69 to 73 at Mcguire AFB. N.J. I was a Loadmaster at the 30th MAS. Logged 2100 flight hours. Traveled worldwide and Vietnam about 12 missions

Dale Owens Send E-mail Monday, October 8, 2012 23:11
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smile R U the Wilder that US Customs jerked around at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska?? Just wondering also you were involved in a thing that happened in Italy if my memory is correct.
Dale

James Wilder Send E-mail Friday, October 12, 2012 17:24
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Probably not. Don't recall any problems with U.S. Customs and as far as Italy, I was there once for 12 hour stay and had no problems
2606) Rick Bailey 
Location:
United States
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Loadmaster @ The Bully Beef (6th ALS, McGuireAFB), 18th ALS, 30th ALS 438th AIRLIFT WING 90-96; Looking for crews... Look me up.
2605) Jeffery L Reynolds 
Location:
Draper Utah
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I was the crew chief on C-141b 650251 . It was the test aircraft for the new gray paint scheme ! Love this airplane . Miss every minute of working on it. TSGT Jeffery L Reynolds (Retired)

Harold Humphries Send E-mail Saturday, September 29, 2012 19:27
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Jeff, I was crew chief on 65-0256, 251 was in our flight 1966-1970 Travis AFB. 251 came to Nellis AFB in 1997 airshow. I was able to get back into the flight engineer chair one more time. She was in great shape them.

Tony A. Ellis Send E-mail Monday, October 1, 2012 02:37
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Hey Jeff, Tony Ellis here. I crewed 245 and 251 there at Travis. Now retired in Oregon and loving it. Take care.
2604) Coleen L. Flory 
Location:
Wichita, Kansas
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This is my dad- Ronald Jack Flory. He was a mechanic on 63-8075 there at Travis... This is a frame from a 16mm film made by a local TV station.
We have the tool box shown in the photo as well as some other assorted memorabilia from this project.
Dad went on to become a Master Mechanic Instructor and retired from Langley AFB, VA in 1979. When we sold the F-15's to Israel in the mid/late 70's, their mechanics came over here to learn from my Dad.
Sadly, my father passed away this April- he was awesome!
Coleen L. Flory
2603) Bud Van Wie 
Location:
Bakersfield Ca.
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(2603) My firstpost was back in Aug.2006, I was in 438 OMS back in the early 80's.
2602) Floyd D. White Jr. 
Location:
Miramar, Florida
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I spent 10 years as an engineer on the 141. One of the best aircraft ever built. To bad it wasn't kept around.
2601) Mike Freitas 
Location:
Murrieta, CA.
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Was a crew chief on the C141 from 1976 to 1992. Was stationed at Travis, McChord, 2 tours at Yokota AB, Edwards AFB, and 1 final tour at Yokota prior to retiring. At Travis worked on the 141 'A' model, until the first of the 'B' models started to arrive around '79 to '80. At McChord was the crew chief on 66-0145. It was a great aircraft. At Yokota worked enroute maintenance so not only did we have 141's, but C-5's and numerous commercial aircraft. At Edwards we worked on one of the first 3 C-141's converting / testing from hydraulic ailerons to fly by wire. And my last tour before retiring had me working the C-130's and then on the C-9 medevac aircraft. 23 years that I will always remember!!

L.La Magdeleine Send E-mail Monday, October 8, 2012 11:40
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Hey Fritos, still got that mustang? Lamag, MAFB '80-'84.

pat Send E-mail Tuesday, December 4, 2012 06:15
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Hey this is Pat Bettin,myself 85-91 travis.And my neighbor,Brett Stocker,and Joe Maltese all are in central Fl.I remember your name but beyond that memory is fleeting...Hope all is good.Pat

Paul Gaarenstroom Send E-mail Monday, August 5, 2013 21:29
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Hey Mike,
Paul Gaarenstroom, I was a crew chief tail number 0244 at McChord from 1979-1982...Hope all is well with you!
2600) Gordon Potter 
Location:
Roanoke, Virginia
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My ride to Germany, there and back many times. attended the retiring cermony at Charleston AFB for the last C-141 from there to the grave yard. My son David A Potter was Loadmaster on the beautiful ship for almost twenty years. lots of memories.
2599) Jerry Hamann 
Location:
Gresham, Oregon
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Mechanic jet shop and test cell McChord from mar.69 to sept.73 Great web site. Loved that plane. Sad day when the 141 was replaced. Went to the air show this year at McChord, base has changed alot, but they have a 141 in there static display area, along with a 106, T33 and 123 from that time period.
2598) William Kruger 
Location:
Charleston SC
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Thursday, August 30, 2012 11:54 IP: 130.76.96.157 Write a comment Send E-mail

Great web site. I spent over 10 years on the 141 as a crew chief, FTD Instructor and Flight Engineer.

Thanks for the web site!
2597) Tim Thomas 
Location:
St. Louis, MO
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Wednesday, August 29, 2012 18:02 Host: 75-54-24-135.lightspeed.stlsmo.sbcglobal.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Flew in the 8th out of McChord from 1977 to 1982. Loved the 141. Will never forget the good times and the people I met, was the best years of my life.
2596) JOHN DUNIGAN 
Location:
Charleston 437th MAW
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Monday, August 27, 2012 19:55 Host: rrcs-98-102-186-214.central.biz.rr.com Write a comment Send E-mail

The starlifter is my most favorite Air Force plane. I was a crew chief on A models during the mid to late sixties at Charleston's 437th MAW. I was rated to engine run ups, taxi and every other thing a crew chief could be rated for. It was the most exciting time of my life. When ever a C-141 come close to where I live, I always go and see it. Just looking at that plane just brings back so many memories from going around the world to having orders to go to various countries on assignments. I still get a tear in my eye everytime I see one. Too bad they are a thing of the past. They were really one of the great planes.
2595) CMS Michael E. Smalley 
Location:
Sacramento, CA
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Thursday, August 23, 2012 22:05 Host: 002.186-60-66.DIA-subnet.surewest.net Write a comment Send E-mail

Great website. I have a couple of AD photos of some CDX if you're interested.
2594) Woodie Hall 
Location:
Orlando, FL
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Sunday, August 19, 2012 19:12 Host: fl-71-49-22-185.dhcp.embarqhsd.net Write a comment Send E-mail

(2594) Calling all 57th Alumni to our reunion in Altus, OK October 11th-14th 2012.

In 2013 we will be going to Dayton, OH

Please share your contact information with us so we can update our Alumni rooster. Thanks..W Hall
2593) Dick Reichelt 
Location:
Chino, CA 91710
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My new email address is with msn. The email in T-Tail Tall Tales of sbcglobal is no more.
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