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Awhile back there were a few articles about the last active duty MC-130P's.

Three of the P's never showed up at AMARG. anyone know where they went?

65-0991,69-5828, 69-5832.

Thanks

Bob

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I would double-check on whether they went to Patrick. There was some airplane musical chairs going on at Patrick a few months ago.

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I'll try to check. I know that the 4 HC-P's and 1 HC-N stationed at Patrick went to AMARG. I heard corrosion issues.

I also know they got 2 HC-P's from Moody. They could have got the 3 MC-P's. I'll let you know what I find out.

Bob

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On 10/28/2015, 7:22:17, bobdaley said:

I'll try to check. I know that the 4 HC-P's and 1 HC-N stationed at Patrick went to AMARG. I heard corrosion issues.

I also know they got 2 HC-P's from Moody. They could have got the 3 MC-P's. I'll let you know what I find out.

Bob

Yes, severe corrosion is what initiated Patrick's aircraft's early induction to AMARG.

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Just got this 65-0991 is preserved at the front gate at Cannon. 69-5832 is also at Cannon as a Weapons trainer.

69-5828 is still at Hurlburt. Doing what?

Bob

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