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C-141 Tail Number: 63-8079

Johannesburg, South Africa in 1976. The #1 engine oil tank
is being changed and work on a flap asymetry problem is being done.
The A/C was on an Embassy Run. A maintenance crew was sent from
Rhein Main to fix it.
Copyright: Msgt (Ret) Ron Arrington


I'm not 100% sure but I think this is a DoD photo of the time
we invaded Grenada to save the medical students. However I can't figure out
what all that cargo is doing there so this may not be correct.
if you recognize the field as somewhere else please let know.


June 1991
Copyright: Paul Minert


McChord AFB, March 20, 1993
Copyright: Paul Carter


At the Charleston AFB Museum
Copyright: unknown
Source: unknown


63-8079 has been repainted back to the original Grey/White scheme and looks all shiny and new again!

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2006
Copyright: George Miller

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2006
Copyright: George Miller

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2006
Copyright: George Miller


At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford

At the Charleston AFB Museum/2007
Copyright: Blaine Scarford




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