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F-100 static aircraft removal

Erwin Ross, exhibit specialist in aircraft restoration from the Museum of Aviation, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, assists the 102d Intelligence Wing Civil Engineers with the removal of an F-100 static aircraft to be shipped back to Robbins AFB for future restoration and display.

Erwin Ross, exhibit specialist in aircraft restoration from the Museum of Aviation, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, assists the 102d Intelligence Wing Civil Engineers with the removal of an F-100 static aircraft to be shipped back to Robbins AFB for future restoration and display.

Erwin Ross, exhibit specialist in aircraft restoration from the Museum of Aviation, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, assists the 102d Intelligence Wing Civil Engineers with the removal of an F-100 static aircraft to be shipped back to Robbins AFB for future restoration and display.

Erwin Ross, exhibit specialist in aircraft restoration from the Museum of Aviation, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, assists the 102d Intelligence Wing Civil Engineers with the removal of an F-100 static aircraft to be shipped back to Robbins AFB for future restoration and display.

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass. -- Mr. Erwin Ross and Mr. Charles Harrison, exhibit specialists in aircraft restoration from the Museum of Aviation, Robbins Air Force Base, Georgia, assist civil engineers with the removal of an F-100 static aircraft to be shipped back to Robbins AFB for future restoration and display. The significance of this particular aircraft is that a former Warner Robbins Air Logistics Center Commander flew over 200 combat missions in the aircraft in Vietnam during the Vietnam conflict and in the future once the aircraft is completely restored it will be on display at the Museum of Aviation.