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#4 Jack Shamblin jakjakeagleblue@comcast.net  2010-06-16 00:00
Was crewed by Al Yoza at Kadena AB 1974 era. Al was from Hawaii. Silver Section had a Foward outpost at Osan AB Korea.
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#3 kenneth warlick stealthfixer417a@aol.com  2009-07-17 00:00
I crewed this acft back in 1985 at 62TRW Bergstrom AFB, Texas. Did not have any contact with it after that. Went on to the F117A. Boy I missed working on a real jet back then. I'm glad that they don't show current pictures of acft in boneyard, I don't think I could stand it. It always cracked the left keel panel about every 2-3 months. You couldn't keep the aft manual fuel drain from leaking. Hope this helps.
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#2 Wesley Seal weseal24@yahoo.com  2008-07-18 00:00
I was the Dedicated Crew Chief of this aircraft at Key Field ANGB, Meridian, Ms. We recieved 443 from Zweibrucken, Germany. 443 left here and was retired to the boneyard. 443 yawed to the left in flight as long as I had it. Some research indicated it had been belly landed in Germany.
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#1 Jason Rogers jerogers@excite.com  2007-08-18 00:00
Last served with 153rd Tactical Reconnaisance Squadron, 186th Tactical Reconnaisance Group, Mississippi ANG, Key Field ANGB, Mississippi
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