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  • core_pfield_13
    In Sana'a, my daughter and beer.


  • core_pfield_11
    Currently working in Sana'a, overhauling MSN 4827 to flying condition after 5 years grounded. 15 years in Muscat working for the air force. 2 years in Jeddah working for Lockheed for RSAF. British Air Force for 6 years.
  • core_pfield_12
    Sana'a Yemen
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    Manager, crew chief, supplier etc.

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  1. Had an identical problem very recently. Flt computer or amplifier if it is both sides. Problem solved by finding elevator trim tab problem. No lubrication for years causing very slow tab operation from autopilot command. If its not electrical maybe trim tab rigging or elevator trim relays.
  2. Hi Guy's. Trev in Sana'a is now Trev in the Uk after escaping the country last week after a very exciting last year there. Sorry I've not kept in touch the last year but electricity and Internet were only available for about an hour a day. Looking for work anywhere so if anybody has anything pls drop me a line. A word of warning gents. Aston Aviation of Singapore dumped me there during the worst of the fighting in Sana'a with no salary, unpaid bonuses or even a ticket home. Had to sign on to fly with the Air Force to earn the cash to get home. Best Rgds, Trev
  3. trev130eng


    Probably broken up for spares. Later guys. Cannot talk. Myself, girlfriend left, no daughter.. i miss her.
  4. Two of the aircraft i cut my teeth on 30 years ago. Sad day.
  5. trev130eng


    Yeah, thanks guys. I wasn't flying that day. I was on local leave celebrating my wedding anniversary. Some present. Came home in tears but thank god the bird stood up well and there were no injuries. She was landing with no.3 shut down. This is not a maintenance or mechanical issue. Enough said?
  6. trev130eng


    Still alive guys. Investigation ongoing so can't say a lot. 70-ADD departed the runway shortly after landing, hit a drainage ditch and his heavily damaged. Don't think she will fly again.
  7. Two minutes silence was observed in Yemem in honour.
  8. Today a beer was raised to all the men who have fought for there country,s. Fought for their ladies.
  9. Today was also remerandce day for all the Brits that died figting.. We did not forget.
  10. 147K. Aircraft is operating to wartime loads nearly every day.
  11. C'mon Flt Eng's and loadmasters. Give me an idea. I thought we were pushing the limit today. 12T of freight and 100 plus pax. (Full Fuel, No externals). Mountains and then overwater flight. Beautiful flying but the pilots and engineers were fighting about the weight. Loadmaster " She will take off". 3 engines? No way. No worries, trust your herc.
  12. What would be max AUW for a standard C-130H with -15 engines at 7230ft with a temp of 25C at an airport surrounded by mountains up to 12000ft?
  13. Hi Doughy, Glad to see your still around. Where are you working now? Yeah, putting all that engine knowledge you taught me to good use now. Nobody to give rgds to, just me and the family here in Yemen. Got a whole Herk to look after and maybe another one to overhaul in country. Makes our days in Oman look like a walk in the park.
  14. Looking for the part number for the vacuum guage for troubleshooting pressurization problems and a supplier for the LT-27 rear lord mount wear guage, (My supplier says they are out of production because of no requirement). I'm also looking to purchase a fuel nozzle test rig for the C-130. Any information on part numbers and suppliers will be most appreciated. Many Thanks.
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