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Old September 23rd 04, 01:06 AM
Vee-One
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Just returned from a visit to the site. I'll be tipping a few back tonight,
in memory of them.

MSgt Peter Vierps
962 AMU


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Old September 23rd 04, 02:56 AM
Bob Coe
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Roger that!

During the Nicaragua war, it always amazed me to find an E-3 up on
frequency, late at night, when the nearest airfield was 50 miles away and,
one engine shot out and feathered, and the other one gasping for air in the
pounding rain.

It was almost like God talking! "radar contact"

I'll also hoist a beer to the crew chief who lost his jet.

Bronco Bob

"Vee-One" wrote

Just returned from a visit to the site. I'll be tipping a few back tonight, in memory
of them.

MSgt Peter Vierps
962 AMU



 




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