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  1. 1 point
    C-130A 54-1640 was a "Snub-Nose" that was later at Willow Grove ARF,PA in 1975. I flew that a few times as an Flt Engineer. It flew great during a Europe run we made from the US. EFLTatCCK
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    Hey guys Got a list of positions open with SAEI (Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries). If anyone is interested send your Cv and certificates to my email: [email protected] I don't have salaries, they can be discussed during interview # Slot No. Job title 1 w-1 PMEL SPECIALIST 2 w-2 PMEL SPECIALIST 3 W-29 JET ENGINE & PROPELLER SUPERVISOR 4 w-31 QUALITY CONTROL SUPERVISOR 5 w-33 Flight LINE Maintenance Supervisor 6 W-52 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECH. 7 W-53 SUPPLY ANALISYS SYSTEM 8 W-55 OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 9 W-89 PERIODIC INSPECTION SPECILSIT 10 W-91 FLIGHT LINE SUPERVISOR 11 W-107 CURRICULUM SPECIALIST Thanx PJ
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    First 75 or so J's off the production line did not have the ESL CWB. USAF has some acft starting to go through CWB change out now and will last a year or two.
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    For the past week, airmen of the 139th Airlift Wing's 139th Maintenance Squadron in St. Joseph have worked through the blazing heat to bring the C-130 aircraft on display at the Missouri Museum of Military History at the Ike Skelton Training Site back to its former glory. Nine airmen spent a day and a half washing the aircraft and another five painted. "It's now colored in what we call the European Color Scheme," said Sgt. Brent Proffitt, senior member of the maintenance crew that came to Jefferson City. "This would have been what it looked like had it been on duty in the European theater. Currently, all C-130s are painted gray." Proffitt said the biggest challenge this week was not the heat but the wind, since strong gusts can cause over spraying. The plane was brought to Jefferson City from Chanute, Illinois, last May, marking the second time the plane has been used for a historic display. This Hercules first went on display in 1984 at the Chanute Air Force Base, which closed in 1993. "I actually saw this plane at Chanute when I was doing tech training in the 1990s," Proffitt said. Because this aircraft was used by the Missouri Air Guard 139th Airlift Wing, Missouri command members were eager to bring it here. This particular C-130 was one of the first made in April 1957 at Lock-heed's Marietta, Georgia, plant. It saw service all over the world, lastly with the St. Joseph-based unit. The Hercules also was stationed at Tachikawa Air Base, Japan, in 1958 and moved to the Naha Air Base, Okinawa, in 1966. It then served in Minnesota from 1971 until it was damaged in a 1973 belly-landing. A transfer to West Virginia preceded its arrival in Missouri. "We will be back to do maintenance work from time to time," Proffitt said. "We took the rudder off, did repair work on it and put it back on. We will be back to put on the proper military markings." Museum officials said this C-130 is one of the few known on display and the only one known to be on display in Missouri. Visitors continue to come to the museum at a steady pace, with more than 1,000 last month, officials said. Source: http://www.newstribune.com/news/local/story/2017/jul/13/st-joseph-crew-restores-c-130-hercules-display-here/681973/ by Jeff Haldiman
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    Is this doppler the APN-218 system? Repairs to he radome skin are very limited. This if from the shop manual. 6-10.1 Radome Repair. Major radome damage requires antenna boresight correction constants be verified once repair has been accomplished. Antenna boresighting is a depot repair function. Scratches, etc. to the radome not exceeding 0.004 inches in depth and 3 inches in length need not be repaired. Intermediate level maintenance is limited to repair of minor abrasions and scratches in accordance with paragraph 6-10.2 and removal of oil and similar contaminants in accordance with paragraph 6-5. l.b. Minor radome abrasions and I scratches are defined as follows: a. Damaging agent has not deformed the radome surface. b. Damaged area is free of all fragments of any type metal. c. Abrasions or scratches do not exceeds a depth of 0.010 inches and an area of 0.06 square inches for the APN-230 or do not exceed the dimensions shown in figure 6-1. NOTE Limit repair to only the damaged area of the radome and only a one time repair of that specific area. 6-10.2 Repair of Minor Pits. Abrasions and Scratches. Make minor radome surface repairs as follows: a. Clean radome in accordance with paragraph 6-5. b. Wipe area to be repaired with a clean lint-free cloth dampened with Axerel 2200 or equivalent. I c. While area is still wet, rub briskly with a dry, clean lint-free cloth, turning cloth frequently. d. Wipe with a clean, lint-free cloth liberally dampened with P-D-680, Type III or equivalent. I e. Rub dry with a dry, clean, lint-free cloth, turning cloth frequently. f. Lightly abrade area with a fiberglass brush or 320 to 400 grit sandpaper and dust abraded area with a clean, dry bristle brush. g. Fill nicks, scratches or abrasions as required using polyester resin with 1/2 to 1% MEK peroxide as the curing agent. h. Using 320 to 400 grit sandpaper, sand the cured polyester resin to restore the original contour. Repeat step d to remove sanding residues, and allow the surface to air dry for at least 30 minutes before applying primer. i. Apply primer coat (SCDPE0028-1); limiting thickness to existing primer coat and cure at room temperature for one and one-half hours minimum. I j. Apply finish or urethane coating (MIL-C-83286) Color No. 26081 or 36081 (APN-218) or Color Number 16081, 16118 or 36081 (APN-230), limiting thickness to existing outer coat and cure at room temperature a minimum of 24 hours
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    Was at McGuire for HC-130 training after Tech School with orders for Clark and the 31st ARRS in January/February, 1969, when this accident happened...the PJ who survived eventually came back to the 31st and resumed duties there...an amazing story...
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