Chicago center had to give me a few corrective turns

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CHICAGO CENTER HAD TO GIVE ME A FEW CORRECTIVE TURNS UNTIL OUR HEADING SYSTEM CAME BACK IN AFTER THAT ROLL. NO PROBLEM ROLLING THE TB-58 BUT ROLLING THE B MODEL REALLY SCREWED UP THINGS, DIDN’T IT? GREAT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
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29. Denny Smith - 2006-06-20 02:45:29 I was a DSO on a crew at Bunker Hill AFB from 1965-1969. My pilot was John Wooten and the navigator was Glen Gardner 28. Mark Hall - 2006-06-20 01:14:55 What a fantastic aircraft. I have the honor of working with B-58 2059 "Greased Lightning" at the Strategic Air and Space Museum in Ashland, NE. Every time I give a tour of our collection, visitors are amazed and fasinated by this sleek beauty. We recently had the pleasure of a visit by one of 2059’s pilots, Col. J. Wright. He showed me one end of "Greased Lightning" to the other. A day I will never forget! 27. Janet Dabirnia - 2006-06-14 02:14:18 Excellent pictures, such wonderful history of aviation in our great country, the USA! Good job, Darrell Schmidt! Sincerely, Janet/Shawn Dabirnia ..... ..REPLY.. JANET WAS "OUR GIRL FRIDAY" FOR AIR CAL AND AMERICAN AIRLINES AT SNA .... SHE’S THE GREATEST TROOPER OF ALL TIME" .. 26. tony storey - 2006-06-03 00:28:12 Were B-58’s ever used for Fly overs such as Sporting events,Auto Races etc. ..REPLY.. YES... ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS .... I SENT SOME INFO THROUGH E-MAIL. 25. Dakota Dave - 2006-06-02 00:17:34 I am an aspiring comic book writer/artist with an interest in intersting aircraft like the B-58 and "Century" series jet fighters as the inspiration for spaceships. Try checking out the anime series "Stratos 4" if your interested in old jet designs and launch systems. David wayne Chase "Dakota Dave" 24. E. Henderson - 2006-06-01 21:18:46 I was stationed at Carswell A.F.B. in the 824th Combat Defense Squadron (Air Police Squadron) from Oct. 1963 until the 43rd B.W. was reassigned to Indiana. We were then reassigned as the 7th C.D.S. I have a lot of ramp time guarding the 43rd’s B-58 Hustlers 23. Stanson A. Moody DMD - 2006-05-25 11:18:32 I always wanted to fly one and went in to the USAF OTS program , Lackland to so in Oct., 1969. Of course we were all in formed of it’s grounding just before graduation but I also was informed by Col. Kurto the School Adj. General that I had just been accepted into the 1970 Sept. Class at Tufts Dental School in Boston. The choice was difficult but I went to Tufts instead of Williams AFB. Without the B-58 Hustler, my Dream Machine, Dentistry was my long term goal. See you at the reunion in June I hope. Great Web Page! Dr. Stan Moody ..REPLY.. YEAH, I PLAN ON MAKING THE REUNION. SEE YOU THERE 22. Ron Heise - 2006-05-20 20:19:36 I worked primarily on acft 55-0670 but did some time on 58-1014. I am now retired in Tucson, AZ and work as a docent with the Pima Air and Space Museum, the home of acft 61-2080, the last B-58 built. It was quite an aircraft. 21. Kenneth c. Laughrun - 2006-05-11 01:02:35 Iwas assigned to the B58 program sept 1959thru 1964.as Flight line radio controler. and in maintance control. M/sgt. Kenneth C. Laughrun 20. Mark long - 2006-05-08 18:14:16 When i was a little boy i saw a b 58 crash in Mckinney ky.I am a pilot myself now and recently flew over the site its Still very visable today and was amazed how easy to spot from the air. afterv 40 yrs.Gona email my st legislator ask if a memorial marker be put up to honor those cold war heros who died there 19. Raymond Godwin - 2006-05-06 05:10:08
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I LIKE THE J79 GOOD ENG.IN THE USMC FOR THE F-4 1965
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