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#4 Frederick Brautigan fbrautigan@earthlink.net  2016-12-28 04:58
68-0935 was known as Miss Piggy, 70-1264 was known as Elinor
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#3 Randy Bloomfield golfnracin@sbcglobal.net  2013-05-29 22:49
This was the first C-130 that I crewed at my first assignment to Little Rock AFB March 1972- August 1973 took her on three rotes two to RAF Mildenhall, England and one to Rhine-Main. On the Rote to RM we put on the most flying hours on the Rote. I was assigned to Rhine-Main AB Germany in 1991 and met up with my old friend. I was the Senior Production Supervisor of the 37th ALS and accompanied her to the Airlift Rodeo at Little Rock AFB as the Maintenance Team Leader in 1993. I completed 26 years of service. She joined the Air Force before me and retired after me.
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#2 Paul Vrahiotes paul.vrahiotes  2008-11-17 00:00
I was the Maintenance Supervisor at Rhien-Main and Ramstein while this aircraft was assigned there. Several Crew Chiefs assigned to the aircraft but most notable SSgt Helmuth "Moot" Ramster and MSgt Randy Bloomfield who was the crew chief of this from the factory and were assign in the same unit in 1991-94. This aircraft was also served in Airlift Rodeo 1993 and Moot was the crew chief taking her to this competition. Plane flew great but was affectionally dubbed "Miss Piggy" by her maintainers. We can thank Greg Higdon for that.
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#1 Gary Chelette   2005-08-18 00:00
Aircraft wing is now installed on either 84-208 or 84-212, cannot remember which
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