Improvise, adapt, and overcome. This project was a real test. We had to disassemble the C-133 into sections small enough to fit into the NASA/AF Special C-5C. We had to build special handling equipment to allow us to load and unload it on the C-5. Once we figured that out it went like a hand in a glove. . .and about that tight.
The fabrication and installation of mounting hardware and the mounting of the aircraft at the USAF Academy.
The last SR-71 to fly, a NASA aircraft and the "B" model trainer, is disassembled, transported, and reassembled for the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
Disassembly of a DC-9 at Langley AFB. The aircraft was installed as a static display at the Virginia Air and Space Center at Hampton, VA.
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