KC-135 60-0329 retired to the Air Force Museum

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KC-135 60-0329 retired to the Air Force Museum

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KC-135 60-0329 was retired & flown to the National Museum of the US Air Force in Dayton, OH, April 30, 2022.

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Flightlead13, Thanks for sharing this video! 60-0329 was a Kadena bird prior to getting transferred to Hawai'i. (This bird came to the rescue of 6 Navy aircraft while performing refueling operations over the Gulf of Tonkin in May 1967, during the Vietnam War). NKAWTG! If you have a chance to go the National Museum of the Air Force, please do! I make a visit to the museum whenever I am in the Dayton area on business trips.
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C-130H,

Thanks for some of the history on this airframe! I live within an hour of the Museum and get out there a few times a year. The weather was a little iffy that day so we didn't make the trip to watch it come in.
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