Thanks jack 228 timothy e brummer 041539 titan slv

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Thanks, Jack 228. Timothy E. Brummer - 2008-11-03 04:15:39 Titan SLV launch crew member. 227. Tsgt Norman Bertrand Ret. USAF - 2008-10-14 04:11:42
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In 1959 I asked to get on the list for training for engine technician on the B-58. The J79 engine was the most powerful jet I ever worked on and it was an unforgeable experience to run this engine at 100%. I was stationed at Bunker Hill AFB in the 305th FMS Engine shop. Later I rejoined the Air Force/R and retired as chief of Maintenance of the 434th Communications Radio repair shop. Because later I took up a hobby in Amateur radio and repair. I will never forget this grand Aircraft and the good feeling I felt to see it fly after I worked on the engines. Thanks BERT. 226. cynthia j. steinheimer - 2008-10-11 04:02:22 USAF Major Retired ;Melvin S. Rice died in year 2007 in Rocklin,California (east of Sacramento) USAF 1940-1969 one of the pilots of the B58. OVER the years, he kept many of his USAF items. including a book of the B52 pilots in training for the B58 a few other items ..... posting this in memory of M.S.Rice 225. Brandon J.White - 2008-10-10 21:44:11 How about the Powers that be re-make the superb B-58 Hustler using newer tougher metals and the amazingly powerful turbines of today. You would get the ultimate untouchable intruder airplane. 224. Terry & Pam Lane - 2008-09-30 15:37:44 We enjoyed your site. Our son Mark is an Air Force vet. He was a C-130 crew chief while stationed in Little Rock. He developed Type 1 diabetes and was medically discharged. He’s doing well and trying to finish up his college at UT in Knoxville. 223. Elmer L. Borton - 2008-09-27 20:01:46 I was assigned to the 43RD Bombwing, I was assigned to the OMS squadron as well as the FMS squadron. I worked on 007,111 and was the crew chief of 444 ,I launched it the last time in Feb of 1970 to the bone yard what a sad day. 222. Ralph Kercheval, Jr. - 2008-09-23 15:12:44 Such a wicked and beautiful plane. 221. Robert T. Nethken - 2008-09-12 20:42:58 I was employed at Convair from July 1954 to Aug 1957. I was an Aerophysis Engineer working on the Pod Guidance System of the Control Bomb Pod. I will never forget the first flight of that great air plane. It was great even if Sperry tried to screw up the guidance system. It was too bad that Convair wasn’t able to get the Air Force to go to Northrop for the guidance system. Robert T. Nethken, P.E. 220. Jim Carnahan - 2008-09-08 02:11:06 Hello all, I was assigned to the 43rd FMS structural repair shop in the main hanger 1966 to 1968. I have many fond memories of those times. Jim 219. Art Kveck - 2008-09-06 19:28:37 Always have thought this was one of the most beautiful airplanes ever built. I have had a couple of opportunities to be involved with it remotely and what I rememeber is that the refueling receptacle seemed extremely small and placed where it was made refueling even more of a thrill! 218. Bob Cooke III - 2008-09-05 22:07:28 Thanks for all the information - I just love airplanes.
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