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Colonelwing
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The Colonel
If it ain't BOEING ,,, I ain't going to Command on it !
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Colonelwing wrote: If it ain't BOEING ,,, I ain't going to Command on it !
AMEN TO THAT COLONEL!

the only NON-Boeings American Airways VA has are the Concorde, a C-130, C-123, DC-10-30F, ERJ-145, ER600 (which I must admit is a beautiful plane!), and a Dash-8 (which I'm gonna have to edit the aircraft.cfg file for).

The C-123 is actually assigned to a good friend of Mine whose father's last flight was on a C-123 on 27 June, 1965. Sadly, he's one of the many who still remain listed as Missing In Action from Vietnam.
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Many did POW / MIA at that periode ...
Sorry for your friend lost ,, past it on ...

The Fairchild C123 "Provider" was a night attack system/transport
aircraft based on an all-metal glider designed by Chase Aircraft. The
airplane's C123B prototype first flew on September 1, 1954.

Name: Carl Edwin Jackson
Rank/Branch: O3/US Air Force
Unit: 1st Flight Detachment,
MACV-SOG 1131st Special Activities Squadron,
12th Det

Date of Birth: 28 January 1930
Home City of Record: Natchitoches LA
Date of Loss: 27 June 1965
Country of Loss: South Vietnam
Status (in 1973): Killed In Action/Body Not Recovered

Category: 4

http://www.imorial.com/carlejackson/

USAF Capt. Carl E. Jackson

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yep that's his father.

I actually wear a POW/MIA Bracelet for a Captain Ronald W. Forrester, USMC who was shot down over North Vietnam on 27 December, 1972. he was the navigator/bombardier on an A-6 Intruder. I've actually made friends with his daughter on facebook via a friend a few years back, and have done something to honor her father every year since. I've worn that bracelet now for 13 years.
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