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Landing in Japan


Copyright:© Tom Hildreth


During the US 1976 Bi-Centennial celebration 66-0176 was often dispatched on Thunderbird support missions. Gail Meyer took this shot of the pressure door while on one of those trips.
Copyright:©March 1976-Gail Meyer

During the US 1976 Bi-Centennial celebration 66-0176 was often dispatched on Thunderbird support missions. Gail Meyer took this slightly cock-eyed view of the tail while on one of those trips.
Copyright:©March 1976-Gail Meyer


USAF Photo, submitted by Bob Gore

USAF Photo, submitted by Bob Gore

USAF Photo, submitted by Bob Gore


Taken on the ramp at Clark AB, PI
I'm pretty sure it was there on a regular line mission and not on a Thunderbird support mission.
Copyright:©Michael Novack


After the big Bi-Centennial party 176 was returned to its normal paint scheme. This shot was taken in Oct 1978
Copyright:©Paul Minert

66-0176 was the first C-141 to be stretched! USAF Photo

Copyright:©Phillip Edwards




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