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#3 W.S. Bruno LeSuer wsl_74@yahoo.com  2016-02-27 16:33
I was the crew chief along with my brother Tim Steadman on this acft for 7 years, we worked this jet 24/7/365. This jet had low hours, good engines, up-dated cockpit and a long life still available if it wasn't for the politics involved it would be flying today and we would still be with her. Sad that this acft had to be scrapped before so many others that have been there for so long...
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#2 Timothy Steadman timothy.steadman.ctr@wpafb.af.mil  2015-02-25 17:02
I flew with it as an engine mech when it was part of the 4950th test wing at WPAFB. I was also part of the last Maint. crew when the 412th owned it but it stayed at WPAFB as the SATCOM aircraft. My name was on the crew chief box when it was retired all the way until it was scraped. I was on the aircraft when we flew over Sydney and had a photo op which caused an international up roar when the local population was not informed. I loved 372 and was sad when I found out it had been scraped. This was a very low hour air frame.
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#1 Mike Mauro mmauro1@att.net  2013-05-12 23:13
372 was one of the 8 original ARIA (Apollo Range Instrumented Aircraft) delivered to Patrick AFB, FL. in 1967. I deployed with her a couple of times, a very dependable aircraft.
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