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God Bless America Sincerely, Barry D Connell Disabled Vietnam Veteran 8. Chris Thomas - 2006-03-30 23:30:21 Man am glad I stumbled onto your web site! I’ve been scouring the planet for more info on the Hustler. All too often I get about as much info that one would find in a modle kit! Chris. 7. Bill Schulz - 2006-03-30 20:16:29 We always went through BunkerHill every summer on the way north for summer vacation. As a teenager in the mid 60’s, and already a Hustler fan, we always stopped to try and catch any takeoffs or landings. Beautiful plane. One summer we even made it through Little Rock. It is still incredible to me how advanced the design seems , even today. Great site. Thanks for the memories. 6. gerald walker - 2006-03-23 07:11:25 Raised in Ft.Worth late 50’s early 60’s. My dad worked for Convair on the B-58 project. Will never forget him taking us to the perimeter at Carswell and watching 3 Hustlers "Scramble". Still, my favorite aircraft i think. elegant, versital and deadly. 5. Bill Ross - 2006-03-21 17:13:38 I was in my tweens during the cold war, (thankfully, but not to detract from the fine service of our pilots and sodiers during that wierd time) and like many young boys then I liked to look at books on jets. I always zeroed in on the Hustler. What a plane. Years later I still hadn’t grown out of it- I was building the Monogram Germany 1;48 scale B-58A and wondered about the decals included with the kit (they seemed wrong, the tail number of the famous Pulaski was encased in a red chevron.) I wrote BJ Brown about it and he kindly wrote back and confirmed my suspicions about the mistake. What a nice guy. 4. D C Macdonald, Capt USAF (ret) - 2006-03-20 18:13:20 B-52F EW at 9BS/7BW at Carswell when B-58 active and F-111 first flew. 3. R.P. Higgins, TSgt USAF Ret. - 2006-03-20 16:16:25 Eldest son of Milton T. Higgins, Major USAF Ret. B/TB-58 Pilot. Carswell and Little Rock ..REPLY:...I REMEMBER MILT...A FINE OFFICER AND AN EXCELLENT PILOT. 2. Ron Spencer - 2006-03-10 19:38:41 Hi, as a professional pilot and avid aviation amateur historian, I have a question...I noticed that in all my research on the B-58 there does not appear to be any speed brakes or spoilers...just the deployment of landing gear. What was the drag inducing procedure? Thanks, -rs- ..REPLY:.. RETARD THE THROTTLES TO IDLE... THAT CAUSED THE EXTERNAL AFTERBURNER NOZZLES TO FULLY OPEN, CREATING DRAG... ON LANDING A DRAG CHUTE WAS DEPLOYED. 1. Dumwid - 2006-03-09 21:44:19 This is an example of a message. Click on "SIGN GUESTBOOK" to enter your comments. If you wish to respond directly to a person who left a message, click on the Envelope icon at the right of the message. When finished, use the Back button of Internet Explorer or the Home icon to the right to return to my home page.
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