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jrkaegi

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  • First Name
    John
  • Last Name
    Kaegi
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    fishing

core_pfieldgroups_3

  • core_pfield_11
    Was at Naha, 1968--1971 21th, 41th, 374 OMS
  • core_pfield_12
    Browns Mills NJ
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    Retired FAA Inspector, Retired from the Air Force in 1988.
  1. 43 years in Aircraft maintenance retired FAA Q.A. Inspector, 22 years in the USAF.
  2. Blind Bat group, just up load a few photos anyone you know?
  3. None, it's all in the Head............
  4. Jerry was the crew chief of 533, he was going the fly that night.........on 533.........
  5. I was on the ramp the night in Nov, that 56-533 did not come back. It was a long night..............
  6. Going from auto to null T.D. out of the picture, no over temp protection. And going from Auto to Null the fuel control is the Boss by the throttles. (Auto to Null will not " lean" the engine.) T.D. protect you from over temp, with F/F. All said, if you can not hit Take-off power in null change fuel control. P.S i learn over the years hard to "troubleshoot" from behind a desk. ( Sounds like you master-it).
  7. If your not hitting take-off in null, Changes fuel control unit again............
  8. That sounds about right............You can always tie the bottle to the pogo stick........
  9. Ske radar............Almost like TCAS............
  10. I was in Blind Bat, 21st, 41st, and 374 OMS. Been to CRB many times. In Naha from 1968-71 and many TDY's as a Blind bat troop.....
  11. I have to say this. " is it a one hump or a two hump"
  12. In Aug 1985 a 6594th Test group C 130 P A/c 225 inflight refuels a CH 47D
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