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    Boeing Production Flight Test 2014 - Present (Seattle)
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  1. My understanding was the 3.5 upgraded the turbine, not the compressor.
  2. Sounds like some with the AUX VENT circuit? I remember the only time they open is in OFF & AUX VENT...but tripping when you shut down the cargo pack...maybe not. It’s likely a valve, versus a solenoid, right? What about the underfloor heat valve? Doesn’t it also close when you shut down the cargo AC? My experience is only on Es & Hs, so not sure what differences in the J....but you didn’t say what model you’re on.
  3. Is that the check valve separating the cargo AC pack ducting from the fuselage AC ducting within the pressurized area?
  4. And remember, on those older E models, you have the two urinal drain bleeds, in addition to the jet pump on the outflow valve and the safety valve constant flow points.
  5. Thought really hard about going to Clovis in 2008 or so...buddy of mine stood up the 75th. Glad I didn’t.
  6. So I’m confused. When was it converted to a gunship, and when did it make it’s first gunship kill? Or, was it considered a “gunship” as a MC-W?
  7. Ok, well I have to admit I don’t remember Herk in my early C-130 career....but, I do know that wouldn’t be the only thing I wasn’t aware of! Thanks for the info hehe. ok, now I can redirect my grumpiness to something else!
  8. So when did the spelling (or in this case the abbreviation) for Hercules change?? I don’t remember the alternate spelling showing up until roughly when the J started showing up. Is this coincidental ,or do I just hate the J that much? Or, am I just getting too old & grumpy?? I thought each generation was supposed to get smarter than the previous...
  9. Does your Herc have the full comm panel in the back? If so, make sure the selector switch (wafer) is on INT, or that you have INT button pulled up. Seems maybe too simplistic, but you have to start simple sometimes.
  10. Love that they show the old E model! 61st was my first flying squadron!
  11. Congratulations USAF! Only 20 or so years behind the Navy on this one....waaayyyy overdue!
  12. I remember a very good restaurant we called "The Log", but maybe only because it had a large log out front that was made a bench. Think it's actually called Der Gundhof. I know we walked through some small gate out the backside somewhere. One of the best steaks I've had in my life!
  13. But, if you end up operating that engine in NULL, it WILL overtemp, maybe over-torque. Like always, if operating in NULL (or not), you must very carefully watch for this when advancing the throttles.
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