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73-1676 — - E-4B aka "The Doomsday Plane" touching down at Munich for the MSC 2019
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E-4B aka "The Doomsday Plane" touching down at Munich for the MSC 2019

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Larry Toler
I used to see them at Mildenhall every now and then. Security was tight around those aircraft.
Will Sutton
Stationed a Offutt AFB and while I was at HQ SAC from '82-'85 they referred to these as "NEACAP", for National Emergency Airborne command Post. A few years earlier, while still enlisted and stationed at Barksdale AFB I was able to tag along on a tanker during the 'shake-down' mission of the first E-4B model being delivered to SAC.
R4808N
"NIGHTWATCH" -nice
Jeff Grindstaff
Worked on these at Offutt 85-86. Airframe repair shop.
Transferred in from another SAC base and got lost the first time I tried to find my way out of the belly of this beaut.
Fabian Dirscherl
nice shot
George General
Great shot of #1.
nicolas50
Great picture ! <3
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