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core_pfieldgroups_2

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    Rob
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    Watkins
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    www.dieselram.com and www.maxtorqdiesel.com

core_pfieldgroups_3

  • core_pfield_11
    Tsgt
    731st AirLift SQ DOE
    Flight Engineer
    Peterson AFB Colorado Springs, Colorado

    302 Airlift Wing Propulsion Shop
    Peterson AFB Colorado Springs, Colorado
    Reservist 19+ years and counting.
    ART for 5 years.
  • core_pfield_12
    Denver
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  1. For me I remember all to well as I worked the aircraft. I can attest its no fun being under the microscope when the investigation team roles through. Chief was my fathers student back in the day on 124s at RG.
  2. For those of us who remember 838 and it's crew there will be a redidication of the memorial outside of the new 731/52nd building during the August UTA's family day. Anyone needing details can PM.
  3. MAXTORQ

    Pubs Bag

    Anyone know of a place to get a decent pubs bag preferably with wheels. The issued ones that look like a Samsonite are garbage. Thanks Maxtorq:cool:
  4. I was around then a know the said ACFT and crew well. Chief Vail was a family friend . Summit 38 was a tragic loss. If anybody WIKI's the Summit 838 accident there are a few inaccurate pieces in that write up. Not fun being at the wrong end of a accident investigation board. Anybody that would like to know more just ask.
  5. Correct it is Bldg 1090 . Recently the 344th combined with the 345th in the same building moving the COE . COE is no longer on the Medina side. This particular unit is being used as a logistics trainer. If need be I can wander in and look at for you Bob.
  6. I see what you are saying here but was'nt most of those motors identified some 5 years ago and action taken ? If so was this one of these motors and was a compressor break-in proceedure performed . If it is one of these I don't care what aircrew is flying the bird you won't get it started even in bleed air over ride . The case shrinks too far and locks the compressor up. Ran into two of these compressors one at HS and another at the Deid. Both came back caged unable to start. And both were not indentified in time. Best to bump the numbers on the compressor against you engine manager just for G.P.
  7. Done a sqeal check on the quad seals yet?
  8. Correct to a point. Basic : Aircrew member awarded temporaly 3 level upon completion awarding courses and are permently awarded after successfully completing IQT Senior: Completed 7 years of service and 1300 HRS or have 2,000Hrs 72 PAID months of operational flying duty and have obtained 5 skill level. Chief: After completion of 15years of aviation service and 2300 HRS or have 3000HRS or 144 PAID months of operational flying duty and have obtained 7 skill level. IAW AFI 11-402
  9. From what I've been told IQT and thats it and submit it to the HARM. AFI 11-402 is unclear however.
  10. Congrats , I've seen you a few times in the halls there at the 344th . Get IQT done and make them permanent. Got a weeks left myself then on to the Rock.
  11. All of our 96's had digital gauges but since been replaced back to the analog because they where too eronious. Only digital left is the fuel gauges . 967322 967323 967324 967325.
  12. Here's the lateset from the 910th. http://www.afrc.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123202304
  13. They could I suppose if the tank was never used for MAFFS phoscheck.
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