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Old 12th July 2008, 00:50
Horst Weber Horst Weber is offline
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36th FW non combat ships

Good Evening, friends of 36th TFW (FBW, FDW etc.) !

I'm looking for the serials of the C-47, T-33, T-39 and Rescue Helicopter H-43 "Huskie", which were once assigned to the 36th TFW at Bitburg AFB, Germany.

Can anyone help me ?

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Old 15th July 2008, 13:45
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Re: 36th FW non combat ships

Horst,

Try this link: http://www.scramble.nl/mil/show/show...s/bitbur68.htm

It's a 1968 show report and has some of the types of 36th TFW you're looking for.

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Old 15th July 2008, 22:15
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Re: 36th FW non combat ships

Horst,

And here's the Bitburg T-33 (1963): http://wp.scn.ru/en/ww3/o/1855/3/1/27

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Old 16th July 2008, 02:08
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Re: 36th FW non combat ships

Good morning Leendert !

Thank you very much for the information. Since I live very close to this ex-USAFE base, I have some access to former employees etc., gaining information, photos and so on.

A conclusion of my requests for non-combat a/c's, assigned to the 36th TFW in the 50' - 70' is as follows:

- 1 C-47 to the Wing
- 3 T-33 (one to each Squadron)
- ?? T-39 (one to each Squadron when T-33 struck off charge) ???
- 1 H-43 "Husky" to the Wing ??
- (?) AT-6 in the 50' (probably training a/c prior T-33)

These are my suggestions and any corrections are highly appreciated.

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