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#8 kennie day ddkenanne@aol.com  2012-10-16 00:00
67-0173 was not the first .c-5a to get the wing mod, that would be 80222, lead the force . i was on the crew that took her to lockheed ga and picked it up after the mod.
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#7 Frank Howell Frank.Howell@usap.gov  2007-08-08 00:00
The Hudson Howler flew the President's helo's and Marine group into Buckley AFB a couple of times. Once on approach, a Bald Eagle missed the #4 engine by a few feet. Close call to be sure. I managed to get some pics of her, including the nose art. I'd be happy to shot some copies out if you'd like. Doug, I'll shot you a copy of the nose art tomorrow.
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#6 Mark Wilson mark@wilsonix.com  2006-07-04 00:00
Hello, I have an hour video of 173 landing at Rhein Main Airbase with the NLG up. The left NLG door actuator mount bracket failed and it landed with with the NLG doors closed. The recovery and tow off the runway is included. It's a bit fuzzy since it's 2nd generation VHS, but fun to watch. Mark
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#5 Doug Havell Jr.  dshavell@frontiernet.net  2005-12-28 00:00
I was the creator and painter of this noseart. It was my first one done at Stewart ANGB. I was the asst. crewchief on this plane from 1997-2000. The crewchief was Pete Christoffersen( sp?). The Hudson Howler was an idea taken from him because his dog would always howl everytime a C-5 flew over his house. I sketched the picture for him and luckily Lt. Col. Danneman/Chief DelVecchio/Chie f Fainno/Chief Frimpter agreed to let me paint it on the plane. There currently are 8 other nose arts. One other C-5 67-174 "Legend of Sleepy Hollow" is now in the boneyard as well. I would greatly appreciate any pictures of these nose arts and planes since I never really got a chance to take many. Thanks! TSgt. D. Havell
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#4 M. Wayne Vaughn wv19804@aol.com  2005-12-23 00:00
I crewed 67-173 at Dover AFB.It was the first production model to get the wing mod.The summer of 1981 I flew nearly a dozen airshows with this jet. Hate to see it in the boneyard.
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