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B-52 61-002

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Quote Originally Posted by Ian Warren View Post
Only photos i have show her when she was assigned from Minot AFB to Barksdale AFB on 5 June 1995 , no nose art on it then but the aircraft in August 31 1996 had only accumulated 15,350. flight hour ... i consider that as very low .
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Factor in the time that each B-52 sat on the alert pad all ready to go to nuclear war with the Soviets. A bomber could spend months assigned to the alert facility every year, before being rotated out to the line where it could actually be flown on training missions.
All B-52 h Models pulled Alert during the Vietman War B-52 D,F,G flew combat.















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