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#2 Michael Skerrett michael.skerrett@flightsafety.com  2009-06-23 00:00
This aircraft was sent to AMARG for disposal where we found it in really good shape. FlightSafety brought the cockpit section from 245 forward to its Broken Arrow facility and turned it into an new Weapons Systems Trainer for the HC-130P. It entered its new role as a trainer for ACC CSAR crewmembers at Moody AFB, GA in Oct 2009. Its sister ship, 69-6583 was also salvaged and is being used to train West Coast ACC CSAR crews and for AETC Initial Qual training at 58 TRS, Kirtland AFB, NM.. It is estimated that these aircraft will live on as trainers for at least another 15 years.
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#1 Paul Jarvis VAQ134@cox.net  2007-10-17 00:00
I was a flight engineer on 6582 during the first Gulf War in 1991 every now and again(37th TAS/Rhein Main AB Germany). We flew out of the UAE. The aircrafts noseart at the time was "Donatello" -Ninja Turtle. Some of the history here is from "Herkynoseart.c om.... 61stTAS/64th TAW-1970- 314Taw 73-76- 317thTaw- 76- 37th TAS 77-82
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