Re:Successful steering neck tightening. 9 Months, 2 Weeks ago
jd750ace wrote: I done my time on C-141's in the early 90's when we were trying to keep the wings on hem long enough for the C-17 (why do "low bidders" cost so much nowadays? ) to come on line. We were replacing inboard lower wing planks that cracked out from the riser weep holes. We are doing Plank insertions on this magnificent beast up here, among many other things. Lockheeds, it seems, (at least Constellations, P-3's, 130's and 141's) carry a lot of the same structural DNA.
My dad was an EE at Lockheed, Lockheed-Martin, General Dynamics & Convair, all at the same desk.
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