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You Can Be My Wingman, Any Day

You Can Be My Wingman, Any Day

Dave, as -3 stuck to our wing like glue throughout this entire flight. Here in left echelon in a right hand turn, Peter is looking good out there at -4 too.

North American T-6G Texan
N66JB / VT-821
Pilot, Dave Kahley

North American T-6G Texan
N6253C / 40/E
Pilot, Peter Hague
GIB, Steve Futato

United States Army Air Forces
North American AT-6D Texan
N36 / 81493
Randolph Field, Texas
Pilot, Tom "Doc" Malone

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